Mrs. Pakistan World 2010 in Media

“Pakistan is a nation of 180 million people. Every one of its citizens, whatever gender, race, or religion they may be, is an ambassador and has the right and responsibility to help shape and define what the world understands as “Pakistani”.” – Tahmena Bokhari

“There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.”
-Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Founder of Pakistan, from Speech at Islamia College for women, March 25, 1940.

“You can’t avoid it. In a way, as a woman, you have to go into leadership positions expecting that you will be undermined, and therefore you have to stand up and make sure that those who are trying to undermine you don’t get a chance. You don’t do that by playing the male game, but you do that by leveraging the strengths of women leadership.” – Quote by Ms. Ramphele, South African former activist against apartheid, a medical doctor, an academic and a successful business woman.

Photo: Tahmena on the cover of Vaughan Citizen.
Photograph taken by Vaughan Citizen photographer Nick Iwanyshyn for an article linked here on Jan 16th 2010…
http://www.yorkregion.com/news-story/1460561-vaughan-beauty-queen-a-world-of-contradictions/“Pakistan is a nation of 180 million people. Every one of its citizens, whatever gender, race, or religion they may be, is an ambassador and has the right and responsibility to help shape and define what the world understands as “Pakistani”.” – Tahmena Bokhari

“There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.”
-Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Founder of Pakistan, from Speech at Islamia College for women, March 25, 1940.

“You can’t avoid it. In a way, as a woman, you have to go into leadership positions expecting that you will be undermined, and therefore you have to stand up and make sure that those who are trying to undermine you don’t get a chance. You don’t do that by playing the male game, but you do that by leveraging the strengths of women leadership.” – Quote by Ms. Ramphele, South African former activist against apartheid, a medical doctor, an academic and a successful business woman.

Photo: Tahmena on the cover of Vaughan Citizen.
Photograph taken by Vaughan Citizen photographer Nick Iwanyshyn for an article linked here on Jan 16th 2010…
http://www.yorkregion.com/news-story/1460561-vaughan-beauty-queen-a-world-of-contradictions/