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Reshita Baruah crowned second runners up at Mrs. World 2017

July 16 (Agencies)
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Published on 16 Jul. 2017 11:54 PM IST
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Reshita Baruah from Assam, who represented India at Mrs. World 2017 pageant, was crowned at the grand finale of the prestigious pageant. At the same pageant she also won the title of Mrs. Congeniality.
Reshita Baruah hails from the Jorhat district of Assam. She is the first woman from her state to represented India in this contest. Prior to this, she was crowned Mrs. India World, in 2017 at the Mrs. South Asia 2017 pageant.
She competed against 21 other contestants in Everett, Washington, USA. She went through three rounds which included cocktail round, fitness round, and the evening gown round.
Mrs. World provides each candidate the opportunity for personal growth, self-expression and development. After being adjudged as second runners up, Reshita Baruah took the opportunity to genuinely “thank the people for all the support”. She said “it really mattered” to her.


 
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Nagaland Tool Room & Training Centre (NTTC), Dimapur, Nagaland held its ‘Summer Fest on August 19 at the centre’s premises. The main objective of the fest was focused on encouraging the talents of the students musically by creating platforms and motivate to uplift the moral character of the students. Special feature of the event included screening of movie - NANA - A Tale of Us by Dreamz Unlimited. The characters in the movie spoke and showed the reflection of many viewers where one can relate oneself at different stages of life. It left many laughing and crying yet a reminder on one’s role on how one can make a difference in building our people and the impact of change through one person’s change of heart. Following the screening, an interactive session was held during which Dreamz Unlimited director-Tiakumzuk Aier, spoke about how to define success and not compare with one’s journey with someone else’s but chart out one’s own through hard work and dedication towards what one has
Participants along with the trainers of after the cultural programme.
Participants along with the trainers of after the cultural programme.
(L-R): Dr T Lima Jamir. Young children performing a traditional dance during the 32nd annual cultural competition held at Ungma village.
(L-R): Dr T Lima Jamir. Young children performing a traditional dance during the 32nd annual cultural competition held at Ungma village.
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Participants during the Literary fest.
(L-R) Salang Yanger and Rev. A. Chuba Jamir.
(L-R) Salang Yanger and Rev. A. Chuba Jamir.
 
 
 
 
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