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JAMMU: In this male dominant code of culture where it is hard for women to survive especially when she hails from conservative society it becomes more harder to make her name and rise.  Tahima Qazmi, a strong radiant woman, journalist and anchor by profession refuse to let such adversities confined her.  Seldom are some lucky enough by their providence or by wisdom who make to the mark and are only those who toil under all pressures and adversaries to achieve the ultra mundane.

She is yesteryears a journalist in a conflict torn state of Jammu and Kashmir, a place almost in echo to any peace but surely in contrast to developing and progressing demeanor of any mankind. Yet the fragile, subtle, but strongly attuned to her journalistic pursuits, Tahima gave a dimensional perspective to her endeavors in the field, scaled successful milestones, and earned a distinct conspicuousness of high indelibility.

But proudly she says that all realistic pursuits in journalism should cut across the global barriers and contains a connect that gels loudly the love, unity and brotherhood. A multi faced journalist Tahima scored points ahead of all her contemporaries in the field by undertaking herculean tasks to cover the conflict zones in Jammu and Kashmir and reported events from the most impregnable locations where a normal would fear to venture. 

Sporting immense predilection to cover the highly volatile terrains terror attacks and risk  prone vulnerable areas in the conflict region, Tahima turn out to be a marvelous insignia for the her female fraternity to be followed by later of her clique. Reporting, anchoring performed extensive public speeches, developing creative news researches and stories of human interest and consumption, she jumped into electronic media functions while  analyzing and providing feedback for studio and sound techniques. 

She received high acknowledgement from her network directors’ elite professors’ staff and co workers for her superior job performance creativity work. Before flying to Toronto, Canada she had left behind an indelible mark of a great woman journalist. “Being with associated with state and national media I accomplished great recognition, Besides my association with many leading brands of India it has given me immense confidence which made me stand out of crowd”, she added.

Working for North America's third largest company broadcasting company in Toronto, Canada was a huge achievement for her. “During my  tenure in the company I worked for Disney Networks, Nickelodeon, YTV, CMT and many more wherein I supervised daily presentation schedule which includes commercials that goes on air. In addition I used to co ordinate with programming on air promotions which includes sales and media planning”, she said.    

She says while her journey around States and Canada she has come in close co ordination with women  ideology and their deportment towards life in foreign land facing situation that arise unconventionally yet fail to diffuse their spirit. She intends to shape her past experience and expertise in generating a consensus among the diametrically drawn women from different conflict zones of the world for the peaceful engagement in work culture.

This could lend a vision to establish women form my country and particularly Jammu and Kashmir to be empowered in a real sense and take back home a sense of realization, she talks from The States. Here Tahima turns out to be one among the "Chosen few" by the almighty who bestowed his choicest blessings upon her to pursue her unique conception for world peace order.

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NEW DELHI: Rising star, Sana Dua is all set to represent Jammu & Kashmir in finale after she was crowned as Femina Miss India Jammu & Kashmir 2017 in North Zone crowning event, the grand finale of Femina Miss India 2017 is slated to take place in June this year.  Femina Miss India 2017 will be the 54th edition of the pageant. During the conclusion of the pageant, Priyadarshini Chatterjee will pass on her crown to her successor. The winner of Femina Miss India 2017 will represent India at Miss World 2017 and the runner ups will represent India at Miss Grand International 2017 and Miss Supranational 2017. 
 
The third zonal crowning ceremony of Femina Miss India 2017 took place in the capital city, New Delhi on April 16, 2017 at the Leela Palace. During the north zone crowning of Femina Miss India 2017, state representatives from Jammu & Kashmir, Delhi, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Himanchal Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab were crowned.
 
During the coronation gala of Femina Miss India North 2017, Sana Dua was crowned as Femina Miss India Jammu & Kashmir 2017, former Miss Asia Pacific India, Anukriti Gusain was titled as Femina Miss India Uttarakhand 2017, Shefali Sood was adjudged as Femina Miss India Uttar Pradesh 2017, Manushi Chhillar was crowned as Femina Miss India Haryana 2017, Adya Shrivastava was declared as Femina Miss India Madhya Pradesh 2017. During the same event Santoshi Ranaut was crowned as Femina Miss India Himanchal Pradesh 2017, while Femina Miss India Delhi 2017 title went to Maira Chowdhury. Neha Dhupia is mentoring the North Zone participants. Meanwhile, last year Top 5 finalist of Femina Miss India, Navpreet Kaur walked home with the title of Femina Miss India Punjab 2017.

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  • “Kashmir issue is not to be handled by kids, it will be resolved politically”
  • “Hartal, Curfew, Jihad etc words are carcinogenic for the roots of Kashmir”

JAMMU: Suggesting Kashmir youth to study well, have best education and stay away from drugs, Dr Heena Bhat advised the Kashmir youth that Kashmir issue is not to be handled by kids, it will be resolved politically. She said that the Hartal, Curfew, Jihad etc words are carcinogenic for the roots of Kashmir adding thatHum Kya Chahtey Azadi is the deadliest line for Kashmir which has given us graveyards. 

While talking to Ajmer Alam Wani, Editor-in-Chief of JK Monitor (www.jkmonitor.org), Dr Heena Bhat, a strong woman who contested last assembly election as a BJP candidate from Kashmir, is not only pained by seeing Kashmir burning but also has an ambition to bring change in Kashmir believes that talking about things with what today's youth is not even concerned, is ruining future of Kashmir.   

According to Dr. Heena, Kashmir has not right leadership which is resulting in loosing hundreds of loved ones every year and blamed the present leadership in Kashmir of misguiding and using embedded sentiment of Kashmiri for their own personal interests. 

Dr Heena boldly says that shutdowns are not going to help Kashmir issue and asked what have we gained since decades of hartal protests, except loosing loved ones, Economy loss, depression, drug abuse, mental harassment of youth. Dr Heena wants her son and other kids to breathe in peaceful air and grow happily. 

Stuck cause of unwanted social bonding, woman in Kashmir can bring change in the whole scenario, provided they are given wings to fly and support from family for doing best in every field, Dr Heena believe.   

Here are few questions which JK Monitor asked Dr Heena and here is what she replied, we tried to present her views in original form without any unnecessary editing so her real message and emotions can reach in pure form to the readers. 

Q: Being a doctor by profession, what compelled you to divert your career to be a politician, and what were the circumstances that played a role and influenced your decision? 

Ans:  I believe doctors serve people so does politics, but doctors are respected and politicians rarely respected. I was always interested in this field as my father late Mohammad Shafi Bhat, my mentor, my inspiration, my idol. I would always watch him doing best for people during peak militancy since 1990. I wanted to step into his shoe, his work, his idea of serving people, and my fathers’ health played major role. 

Q: There were many political parties like National Conference (NC), Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Congress and others but what were factors that motivated you to join BJP? 

Ans: National Conference (NC) leadership (Farooq Abdullah) changed in Kashmir, with rest of them I was not comfortable and PM influenced me to join BJP.  His vision of development, Atal Ji’s peace process movement for India Pakistan.  I sstrongly believe Kashmir issue will be somehow resolved during Modi Ji’s tenure. I thought things in Kashmir will change with change. My ideas match a lot with PM’s vision regarding Kashmir.  

Q: What basic differences you see in the policies of BJP, NC, PDP Congress with regard to Kashmir? 

Ans: There is huge difference in all parties in Kashmir. National parties vision is broader while rregional parties have only talked about history and are making history out of Kashmir every year.  

Q: The Kashmir sees bloodbath and violence almost all the time, what according to you are real reasons that are making the Kashmir society to go for routine shutdowns and suffer each time? 

Ans:  Hartal, curfew, jihad etc words are carcinogenic for the roots of Kashmir. Talking about history, talking about things with what today's youth is not even concerned, is ruining future of Kashmir. Loosing hundreds of loved ones every year, reason is that they don’t have right leadership. Present leadership in Kashmir are misguiding them and have been using embedded sentiment of Kashmiri for their own personal interests. Shutdowns are not going to help Kashmir issue. What have we gained since decades of hartal protests, except loosing loved ones, Economy loss, depression, drug abuse, mental harassment of youth.  

Q: What according to you, Kashmir issue or Kashmir problem is exactly, historically and presently? 

Ans: Kashmir is a political issue .it is a topic globally only discussed; political parties take advantage of every issue for their interests.  Who is talking about resolving the issue? Youth has to be guided for right path of education, success, normal life, which every Kashmiri deserves. We ourselves need to change the mindset, if we want our children, next generations to survive a normal peaceful life. Historically whatever has happened has happened, why we should suffer presently for past.  

Q: Do you think the peace will rule the Kashmir and violence will disappear completely, what measures you suggest for it and who are the real stakeholders who can contribute in maintaining peace in Valley? 

Ans: Why can't we think of bright future of Kashmir?  If it hurts the sentiment of anyone that Kashmir is integral part of India let's speak India is integral part and is with Kashmir. Every Kashmiri belonging to any party, cast, creed, is stake holder undoubtedly.  Politicians in Kashmir who have sold their souls to agencies are the ones who don’t want peace in Kashmir. Everybody is making money over dead bodies of Kashmiri and they are not outsiders.  

Q: Being a Kashmiri woman, how you see the plight of women in Kashmir, is there need of any change in their thinking, perception, and living style or everything is up to mark? 

Ans: Employment schemes for all sectors have to be introduced and upgraded. ‘Hum Kya Chahtey Azadi is the most deadly line for Kashmir which has given usgraveyards ,’Zindagi Se Hi Azadi Dila Rahen Hain’. We need to change slogan. We all Kashmiris can bring this change. In all these decades women have suffered as mother loosing son, sister lost brother, wife lost husband, daughter lost father, half widows. Women been tortured by both. Women have suffered the most.  

Q: How women of Kashmir can contribute in bringing everlasting peace in Kashmir valley? 

Ans: I believe woman is strong and can bring change in the whole scenario. And I see lots of women are coming up. They are homemakers they can make their country as well. We need good education system for women.  Shukar Alhamdulillah Kashmir is still safe regarding women as compare to other states. They should be given wings to fly, support from family for doing best in every field.  Lots of girls, women want to bring the change but are stuck, because of unwanted social bonding.  

Q: What message you would like to give to youngsters of Kashmir, especially girls and women? 

Ans: My message is study well; Kashmir issue is not to be handled by kids. It will be resolved politically.  Have best education, stay away from drugs, don want to see ‘Udta’ Kashmir.  

Q: Tell us about yourself as person, a human being and what are your future plans for Kashmir Valley in particular?  

Ans: As a person I am very strong woman, I will be in politics for rest of my lifeWill bring change in Kashmir.  Can't see Kashmir burningI want my son and other kids to breath in peaceful air and grow happily.