12 ( ANI ): The Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan has reportedly warned that those who are found selling the book
titled 'I am Malala', authored by Malala Yousufzai, who was shot by the Taliban, will face serious consequences.
The company is selling the book
store as a condition of negotiations with its lenders, which put back financial tests from the end of April to the beginning of July as the company continued to struggle.
The site will then search all stores in the UK to find the shop selling the book
for the cheapest price.
And Asda stores are still hoping to be selling the book
despite a row with Harry Potter publishers Bloomsbury.
Amazon.com is reportedly selling the book
for USD18.89 in hardcover, a saving of 46%, and USD39.00 for the deluxe edition, a saving of 40%.
Matthew, a third year pupil at Auchmuty High in Glenrothes, Fife, said: "Most of the money from selling the book
will go to my university fund, because I know it costs a lot of money.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Tesco has said that it was not selling the book
Wal-Mart, which is still selling the book
online, said that the company felt the book would not appeal to a majority of its customers.
The publisher Haynes, better known as a publisher of car manuals, began selling the book
on 11 June 2003 and said that for every copy of the book priced at GBP12.99 sold, gbp0.50 will be donated to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
During questioning, police claimed that the suspects had allegedly confessed to selling the books
in the Alipur Farash market for a whopping Rs13,770.
Two book sellers were booked for selling the books
that are freely provided by the Punjab government for students.
"Then in April 2010 I started selling used books that friends, their friends and some lovely people in Dubai had given to me and the money raised from selling the books
helped me buy more items for the packs." The gesture is intended to aid the lifestyle of workers in the construction, and other industries, and it is geared towards religious festivities such as Eid, Christmas and Diwali.