10 Oct, 2017

On top of being the world's youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malala is also a pretty darn good student and the A-grader started her studies at Oxford yesterday.

She tweeted a picture of her first day of uni and remembered how far she's come.

Also read: Malala asked for packing tips for Oxford. How did Twitter respond?

But trust younger brothers to butt into sombre, pensive moments.

Khushal Yousufzai responded to Malala's tweet, saying that he's happy she's still around and he's pretty sure he'll join her at Oxford in a couple of years.

But Malala was having none of it!

And Khushal had to bow out of the debate.

Looks like Malala really knows how to play her big sister card!

Malala is studying for the PPE degree (Politics, Philosophy and Economics) at Oxford.


saquib mumtaz Oct 10, 2017 10:53am
Bravo sister
Rashid Nasim Oct 10, 2017 10:58am
My whole family is proud of you Malala. May God keep you safe. Keep on working hard and God will make your dream come true.
Syed irfan ali Oct 10, 2017 11:00am
Wish Malala all the best at Oxford!
Miqbal rangoonwala Oct 10, 2017 11:33am
Very funny.
Miqbal rangoonwala Oct 10, 2017 11:34am
Nothing done for poor pakistani girls in pakistan only thos is topi drama
A. A. Oct 10, 2017 01:09pm
Why is this even a news? Seriously!
Robert Oct 10, 2017 01:11pm
People need to understand that Malala doesn't owe anything to anybody. But to constantly ask her what she did to Pakistan is very unfair
mushtaq ahmed Oct 10, 2017 02:04pm
It couldn't have been her first day photo at Oxford University. She won't have dressed like that . Appears to be a publicity stunt.
Bilawal Oct 10, 2017 02:27pm
Some notes on logic:
Dr. Salaria, Aamir Ahmad Oct 10, 2017 03:05pm
Welcome to the club.
Hasnain Haque Oct 10, 2017 03:16pm
Its astonishing how the world appreciates Mala whilst Pakistanis criticise her, when will people of Pakistan realise the value of a good human being. They elect corrupt officials, they vote for those who loot them and lie in front of cars when the corrupt are arrested and yet when a young girls raises her voice against injustices, they criticise. Astonishing the mindset of these people.
Ak Oct 10, 2017 03:27pm
She is our best ambassador to the whole world. We should all be very proud of her. Quaide Azam, IK, Malala all would be proud Oxford Alumni, and in these cases Oxford is proud to have them as one.
muhammad Oct 10, 2017 04:46pm
@Miqbal rangoonwala What you have done for poor Pakistanis ? please let us know
muhammad Oct 10, 2017 04:50pm
Malala is the symbol of resistance against the regressive forces therefore it is not surprising that the supporters and sympathizers of evil forces hate to hear anything about her
jehanzeb Oct 10, 2017 04:54pm
Have fun. You are great role model for girls all over the world. Keep your feet on the ground, stay humble and simple. Learn like you know nothing.
Hasnain Haque Oct 10, 2017 05:00pm
@mushtaq ahmed What a stupid comment. How is she supposed to dress then?.
mohammad H Khan Oct 10, 2017 06:15pm
maybe creating a future leader for Pakistan... since we have failed.
Amir Oct 10, 2017 06:41pm
I am happy, and not happy. Malala suffered a lot at individual level....but what are her contributions? She left Pakistan. She is working for Pakistan's enemies (knowingly or unknowingly, hardly matters). Everything and anything that directly or indirectly, overtly or covertly, defames Pakistan is bound to earn laurels. My thoughts; apologies in advance.
h.H. Oct 11, 2017 12:51am
@Miqbal rangoonwala Actually, the organization she started (Malala fund) raises and directs funds to local education activists in KP for girls secondary education. If you remotely cared about 'poor Pakistani girls' you might know that. Maybe you should take a page from her book and be more involved in our country's youth education.
Jonathan Menezes Oct 11, 2017 04:57am
The anger against Malala"s attacks are vicious. They claim she is an agent of the West, that her father staged her shooting and the other victims were ignored and that poor Pakistani girls are not getting same exposure! why the jealousy why the hatred is this typical mindset of a nation that takes no personal reponisbily that elected corrupt politicians play good with the criminals who klll schools children in Rawalpindi and how the public molest little boys and girls and honor killing are constant and if some one like Sharmeen Chinoy exposes it on film they jump on her. Are they proud of Pakistan and it disgusting social ills so dissecting strong Pakistani women is a cop out for their insecurities ?
Amer RAO Oct 12, 2017 03:22pm
Our prayers are with you Malala!
sikander shallwani Oct 13, 2017 01:04pm
Pride of Pakistan. We salute you.
Farah (New York) Oct 13, 2017 08:49pm
@Rashid Nasim maybe she did something for your family but for the rest of the world, she didn't do anything at all.
Farah (New York) Oct 13, 2017 08:50pm
@Miqbal rangoonwala Agreed!!! She is no real hero she is fake. and you will see she will be down very soon.