Community Correspondents

Afroza Mahed

Afroza Mahed

Afroza Mahed is a flawless Kashmiri orator from Central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district and a community correspondent.

She has been extensively working for the justice of women who have been traumatised and victims of domestic violence. A long-time volunteer with “Society for the Rehabilitation of Destitute Girls and Victims of Violence”, Afroza has also been part of several AIDS awareness programs too and aspires to see the “Khushaal Kashmir” (Blissful Kashmir).

Besides being a masters degree holder in Political Sciences, she has done her Diploma in Kashmiri language too, a rare feat in itself one could say. While she is busy penning down a book, related to the wetlands of Kashmir like Anchar Lake, Wular Lake and other such water bodies, in the Kashmiri language, she takes out time to cover the stories from within her community which the mainstream media finds uninteresting to report.

Videos from Afroza

So what If I am a Girl : 8-year-old Kickboxing Champion asks

 
/ October 11, 2016

When Tajamul wanted to take up kickboxing, her father tried to dissuade her telling her it’s a rough sport and she might get hurt. She persisted promising him that she’ll be better than all the boys. At 7 Tajamul fulfilled that promise by becoming the youngest sub-junior national kickboxing champion....

So what If I am a Girl : 8-year-old Kickboxing Champion asks

 
/ October 11, 2016

When Tajamul wanted to take up kickboxing, her father tried to dissuade her telling her it’s a rough sport and she might get hurt. She persisted promising him that she’ll be better than all the boys. At 7 Tajamul fulfilled that promise by becoming the youngest sub-junior national kickboxing champion....