Islamabad: Former Interior Minister and Chairman Institute of Research and Reforms Rehman Malik has expressed fear that the Taliban's victory in Afghanistan may even lead to demand for implementing Sharia Law in Pakistan.
Kabul: Taliban rulers of Afghanistan have decided to drop certain subjects from the higher education curriculum as they do not go with the Islamic Sharia Law.
Moscow/UNI/Sputnik: The Taliban's Ministry of Higher Education announced that it will remove subjects considered as running counter to the Islam's Sharia law from the curriculum of Afghanistan's universities.
Kabul: The acting Mayor of Kabul has warned that corrupt entities will be dealt with as per Sharia law.
Kabul: Taliban terrorists, who have captured several regions in Afghanistan, have started violating human rights by torturing civilians in the country.
Kabul: It seems that women have already started facing the brunt of Taliban's resurgence in Afghanistan as is evident from the life of 29-year-old pregnant mother Chamal whose husband was killed by the insurgents in Ghazni, media reports said.
Kabul: The Taliban forces have started implementing Sharia laws in the regions they have started dominating in Afghanistan.
London/IBNS: The man, who carried out the stabbing incident in London on Friday killing two people, was of Pakistan origin and once wanted to establish Sharia Law. He even had planned to build a terror training camp in Kashmir.