State Congress president MM Hassan and Leader of opposition Ramesh Chennithala strongly condemned the act. to discuss faith and inner strength as part of their monthly halaqa an Islamic study group "We live in a time where you cant really separate yourself from feeling that weight and responsibility to be an advocate for your community" says Nafisa Isa the host Isa like her friends has faced prejudice and aggression as a South Asian Muslim-American woman In 2018 she worries We met Isa and her friends as part of the multimedia project Women Across America: A TIME Road Trip where we traveled to seven cities over the summer to speak with women who have formed social groups and businesses in response to a range of different pressures Finding strength in shared passions struggles and goals these women have formed new communities The worries Isa and her halaqa shared during our visit to Ashburn align with a finding in our national poll conducted with SSRS and Ford: the top concern for adult women across the US right now is taking care of their families and their families safety “We’re creating sisterhood and a soulful space where we can be vulnerable with each other where we can express our emotions and be honest about how we’re feeling” says Nafisa Isa (right) with Freshta Mohammad at their July halaqa gathering Miranda Barnes for TIME The poll likewise found that American women feel significant pressure increasing with age to take care of those around them at home and at work (45% said so) That expectation along with the pressure to look attractive (felt by 42%) which generally decreases with age ranked higher than the pressure to prove their intelligence (34%) or excel at work (21%) In Nashville where singer-songwriters Caitlyn Smith Heather Morgan and Maggie Chapman founded a concert series to showcase women in a city and industry that have long favored men the women say all of the above apply "I worry a lot about being a good mother" says Smith who is expecting her second child this fall "I worry a little about keeping the ball rolling and keeping relevant … Although I try and ignore it as much as I can theres always a pressure of how I need to appear" Smith Morgan and Chapman lean on one another and their fellow artists to keep going Between sets at their concerts they see women forge friendships and even find new partners and gigs backstage "Its fun to kind of show off our friends too and be like Oh you think youve seen it all Get ready" Morgan says Caitlyn Smith one of three Girls of Nashville co-founders says women in country music are "making their own lane" Dina Litovsky for TIME While data suggest that women put family and personal lives before work and career advancement 66% said they think their daughters or friends daughters will have more professional opportunities as adults than they did In New York TIME met two women working to advance that hope: Anu Duggal and Sutian Dong partners behind the Female Founders Fund a venture-capital firm that funds new tech-related companies created by women Theyre part of a movement to reimagine an industry that offered only 2% of VC dollars to women entrepreneurs last year Duggal and Dong mentor the women leading companies in their portfolio aiming to ensure their success at every step "Theres a unique set of challenges that a female founder has so its important to have this network" says Natalie Mackey CEO of Winky Lux a beauty company funded by F3 Women are somewhat more likely to have female mentors than male mentors our poll found that 29% of women have mostly female mentors in their industries/workplaces whereas 11% have mostly male mentors (28% said its about even) "It doesnt surprise me that the first group to write a substantial check was a group that focused on female-led businesses" Mackey says Like all the women we met on our cross-country journey Dong and Duggal looked around and didnt see what they needed so they built it themselves “We’re talking about looking forward and building something new that we want to see” says Sutian Dong (right) with Female Founders Fund partner Anu Duggal "versus existing in a system and a construct that’s designed for people that don’t look like us” Kyoko Hamada for TIME MORE FINDINGS FROM OUR POLL LEADERSHIP | A little more than half of women 54% said they see themselves as leaders but this perception trended downward with age Women between 18 and 29 years old were significantly more likely to consider themselves leaders than women who are 65 years old and above FUTURE GOALS | The top thing women said they have always wanted to do but havent yet was travel (40%) Next was learning a new hobby (29%) and third was changing careers or starting their own business (20%) COMMUTING | Among women who are employed 71% said they get to work by driving The next most popular response was that they work from home (8%) then take public transportation and walk (both 7%) TECHNOLOGY | Sixty-five percent of women said technology keeps them informed and 62% said it helps them stay in touch with friends and work connections while 25% said its a distraction and 12% said it makes life more complicated FEMINISM | Forty-seven percent of women identified as feminists and of those who did 12% said they are strong feminists NATIONAL ISSUES | Given a list of 21 choices the national issue that the most women ranked as important to them was affordable healthcare (47% of women said so) Next was gun control at 26% and crime at 24% ELECTION | Nearly three-quarters of women (71%) said they plan to vote in the midterm elections this November TIME traveled to seven cities across the country this summer meeting extraordinary groups of women Catherine Hyland for TIME Write to Lucy Feldman at lucyfeldman@timecomJammu: The Jammu and Kashmir government has begun process to lease out 71238 acres land to the army for field firing and artillery practice in Kargil district The state government in a notification has asked the public that any objections in this regard may be communicated to the Kargil District Magistrate within a period of two months Representational image Reuters "In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (3) of section 9 of the Maneuvers Field Firing and Artillery Practice Act 1938 a notice is hereby given that the Government of Jammu and Kashmir intends to authorise carrying out of the field firing and artillery practice throughout an area or any specified part thereof for a period of five years" Principal Secretary to Government Home Department RK Goyal said in the notification The state government in October 2017 had extended lease of army’s field firing and artillery range in Akhnoor area of Jammu by 10 years In March 2017 the state government had granted 480000 kanals of land at Mandalthang Shayok in Durbuk sub division in Leh district of Ladakh to the army for setting up field firing and artillery range The army had been granted lease of the land for five years The government in 2016 had granted land to the army at Nowshera in Rajouri district for the firing range The army had vacated the firing range in Tosa Maidan meadow in central Kashmir in 2014 after the then J-K government headed by Omar Abdullah decided against extending the lease period of the firing range spread over 11200477 hectares Fifty years lease period of nine firing ranges had ended in November 2014 and since then the army has been pursuing the case of their extension Nine firing ranges whose lease period has expired included Mahe (Nyoma Leh) Khurbarteng (Kargil) Tartar (Leh) and Kulum (Upshi) in Leh all four in Ladakh region falling under 14 Corps; Tosa Maidan (Budgam) in Kashmir under 15 Corps; Chorkhud in Poonch Jhallas in Rajouri and Garhi (Nowshera) in Rajouri district all four in Jammu region falling under the Command of 16 Corps The army has projected that it was suffering heavy loss to the state exchequer and defence budget as the artillery units deployed in Jammu and Kashmir had to move to 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