Malala said girls' schooling should be a condition of diplomatic recognition for the Taliban. "They shouldn't be recognised if they didn't recognise the human rights of women and girls," she said.
The Taliban on Saturday ordered women to cover their faces in public, a return to a signature policy of their past hardline rule and an escalation of restrictions that are causing anger at home and abroad.
Students wearing olive-green uniforms, some in the hijab, walked hand-in-hand on Wednesday into the Government Girls Senior School P.U. in Udupi district, where the protests started this month. Male and female police stood guard.
Somewhere in the world a shot is fired, a girl falls, she is silenced. Fourteen-year-old Malala Yousufzai was shot in the head by Godless men who claim to know God.
More than 1.3 million students have passed this time in the CBSE 12th board examinations. On an average, 92.71 per cent students have passed in the exams.
The decision to bar women was announced on Tuesday evening in a letter to universities from the higher education ministry, drawing condemnation from foreign governments and the United Nations.
The Fujairah Police General Command was able to identify the three girls who were leading a dog on the seashore, which caused injuries to a mother and her two children on Saturday.
Karishma Ali started her high-altitude sports club two years ago with 60 girls aged between eight to 16, and now has nearly 150 members who ski, play volleyball and cricket as well as football.
The project is funded by a US$1m grant from Sharjah Charity House to provide education and boarding facilities to 360 girl refugees at the Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement in Kenya.