The wait is subsequently over. Miss India 2019 has been introduced. We present to you Suman Rao, Miss India 2019 from the state Rajasthan.
Miss India 2018, Anukreethy Vas from Tamil Nadu crowned her successor Suman Rao, Miss India 2019 in an emotional moment. Last year’s first runner-up or Miss Grand India Meenakshi Chaudhary of Haryana, additionally topped her successor, and so did Andhra Pradesh’s Shreya Rao Kamavarapu who become adjudged the second one runner-up in 2018. She topped Sanjana Vij from Telangana. Shreya Shankar from Bihar turned into topped Miss India United Continents 2019, and Shivani Jadhav from Chattisgarh changed into crowned Miss Grand India 2019. She is also the first runner-up. The finale of the Miss India pageant 2019 changed into a celebrity-studded affair, with Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal acting on Bollywood’s hit dancing numbers to the pageant being hosted by way of Bollywood’s preferred producer, Karan Johar, along with Manish Paul and Miss World 2017 Manushi Chhillar.
Bollywood divas, including Huma Qureshi, Dia Mirza, Neha Dhupia, and Chitrangada Singh, were also in attendance. A dapper-looking Aayush Sharma additionally made it to the red carpet. 30 stunning ladies were competing for the crown and representing their states. All the 30 contestants worked hard over the past few months, from operating on their ramp stroll to working extraordinarily tough on their health and fitness. The occasion changed into held at Sardar Vallabhai Patel Indoor Stadium, Mumbai. Femina Miss India 2019 is the 56th version of the Miss India beauty festival. A 34-year-old woman police constable died after allegedly hacked and set ablaze in broad daylight by another policeman in Mavelikkara in Kerala. The victim has been identified as Soumya Pushpakaran. She was posted as the Civil Police Officer (COP) at Vallikkunnam station in Mavelikkara.
According to police, the attack took place when the victim was on her way back home after work in the evening. The accused, identified as Ajay, a policeman attached to the Aluva traffic station, allegedly followed the woman in a car.
He knocked her two-wheeler down and allegedly hacked her with a sharp weapon. As she tried to seek refuge at a nearby house, chased, poured petrol over her, and set her ablaze, police, quoting eyewitnesses, said. While the policeman was taken into custody, she died on the spot, and a police official told news agency PTI. The accused also suffered 40 percent burn injuries in the incident, the officer said. The accused has been admitted to the government medical college hospital at Alappuzha, and the reason for the attack can be ascertained only after interrogation, the police official added.
A native of Vallikkunnam, Soumya is survived by three children and a husband.BEIJING: A day after PM Narendra Modi told Chinese President Xi Jinping about his grave concerns about terror attacks from Pakistan; Xi offered Beijing’s support during discussions on Friday morning with Pakistan PM Imran Khan the improvement of the Delhi-Islamabad relationship. The leaders were in the Kyrgyz capital of Bishkek for the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Summit, which ended on Friday. China “supports Pakistan and India in improving their relations,” the Chinese leader was quoted as saying by Xinhua. Xi also offered Pakistan the necessary assistance to build its capability to fight terrorism. China is also concerned about terrorism in Pakistan because it may affect the Beijing-funded $60-billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. Modi had said in discussions with Xi on Thursday that for the resumption of dialogue, India expected “concrete action” by Islamabad to create an atmosphere “free of terror.”
On China-India relations, Xi told Modi on Thursday that China and India “do not pose threats” to each other, Xinhua reported on Friday. The two leaders met on the sidelines of the SCO summit. “China and India offer to each other chances for development and do not pose each other threats (sic),” Xinhua, China’s official news agency, quoted Xi as telling Modi. He called for strengthening confidence-building measures to maintain stability at the border. One of SCO’s chief goals is the battle against terrorism. New Delhi wants SCO, which has China, Russia, India, and Pakistan as members, to show that it can direct one of its members to stop terrorism on its soil.