Students of the University College in Mangalore staged protest and boycotted classes seeking implementation of the Hijab rule in the college.
The students from Mangaluru's University College boycotted classes in protest against allowing Muslim girls to wear hijab in class.
The statement also notes that the personnel of the Ministry will stand outside the UN office to "monitor if hijab is used or not".
Since regaining power in August, the Taliban has gradually resurrected its discriminatory policies, enforcing strict segregation in universities, government offices, and on public transportation, RFE/RL reported.
Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Wednesday called for a ban on the use of burqa by women of a particular community as it threw its weight behind a similar plan being mulled by the Sri Lankan government in the wake of the Easter terror strikes which claimed over 250 lives. “This restriction has been recommended as […]
Washington: A Muslim woman in the US has won $85,000 in damages from the authorities after her hijab was forcibly removed in police custody in 2016. During the incident, Kirsty Powell and her husband were pulled over by police for driving a “low rider” car, according to the lawsuit filed by Powell. She was arrested […]