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Thirty-year-old Iram Habib has become the first Kashmiri Muslim woman to become a pilot. Habib will join a private airline next month. Iram succeeds Tanvi Raina, a Kashmiri Pandit, who joined Air India as the Valley’s first woman pilot in 2016. In her pursuit, Iram even gave up her dream of achieving a doctorate in forestry to give wings to her childhood ambition.

Abdul Gh Lone

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