Pakistani Women at there best.

Fatima Surayya Bajia, Pride of Performance, is a renowned Urdu novelist, playwright and drama writer of Pakistan. She has been awarded various awards at home and abroad including Japan's highest civil award in recognition of her works. She also remained Advisor to the Chief Minister of Sindh province of Pakistan.

Asma Jahangir, Famous lawyer and Human Rights Activist.

Bilquis Edhi ( Wife of Abdul Sattar Edhi's ) famously working for the poor, needy, sick and orphaned.

Nazia Hassan (April 3, 1965 – August 13, 2000) was an iconic Pakistani pop singer.

She is known as one of the pioneers of pop music in Pakistan. Her music was also very popular in India and in other parts of the world.

Nazia Hassan was also a lawyer and worked as a political analyst for the United Nations.
She died of cancer in 2000.

The Government of Pakistan has conferred upon Nazia Hassan the highest civil award Pride of Performance. The award was presented to Mrs. Muniza Basir, mother of Nazia Hassan by the former President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf in an official ceremony held at Islamabad on 23rd March 2002.

In this photo released by Pakistan International Airlines, Pakistani woman pilot Ayesha Rabia Naveed (left) with her co-pilot Sadia Aziz sit in the cockpit of a passenger plane in Islamabad. The first Pakistani passenger plane with a woman pilot and all-woman crew operated a domestic flight this week, making aviation history in Pakistan.

Nasim Zehra is an Associate Fellow of the Asia Society and a Fellow of Harvard University Asia Center. She served on the Pakistan’s Presidential Advisory Committee on Foreign Policy and National Security from 2000-2002, and in 2005, was appointed as Pakistan’s Special Envoy on UN Reforms.

Nasim Zehra (left), an associate at the Asia Center, and Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, first secretary at the Pakistan embassy in Washington, D.C., talk and listen during the daylong conference 'The Critical Engagement: Pakistan and U.S. Relations' in the Tsai Auditorium at CGIS.

Namira Salim is poised to become the first Pakistani woman astronaut, having successfully completed her space flight training at a facility in the US ahead of blasting off into space in the world's first commercial space liner in 2009.


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