54th Femina Miss India World 2017 winner is Manushi Chhillar from Haryana, while the first runner-up is Sana Dua from Jammu and Kashmir .
The first runner-up, Sana Dua from Jammu and Kashmir, was crowned Miss Grand India 2017 and will compete in Miss Grand International 2017
in Vietnam in October
Sana Dua is all set to represent Jammu & Kashmir in finale after she was crowned as Femina Miss India Jammu & Kashmir 2017 in North Zone.
Sana a lawyer from Jammu is not only a beautiful girl but also have the brains to go with it. After practicing as lawyer, Sana had long balanced duelling passions for walking the ramp so took a decision to take a leap and decided to give the modelling industry a try. This daughter of the soil made the state proud by winning Femina Style Diva 2016 and has also acclaimed other titles in the modelling world. Sana Dua , the beautiful lawyer from Jammu has done it again and been crowned the first runner up. Sana is becoming a role model for many girls and she takes this with a responsibility knowing that young girls idolize her as a role model. "I try to live up to the responsibility as it is not just a stepping stone towards my growth as an individual but also a responsibility to try and inspire other women, to reach out to them and help them to achieve their goals".
Football Tournament "AMARGAD CUP 2017"
Sopore 20 May 2017:Continuing with the efforts to reach out to the locals and provide another opportunity to the youngsters of Baramulla area to engage themselves in a constructive activity ,a football tournament "AMARGAD CUP 2017" was kicked off today i.e 19 may 2017 at KHUSHAL STADIUM,SOPORE under the aegis of ARMY CAMP UPLONA. A total of 16 teams from the areas of Baramulla as well as Srinagar are participating in the tournament that will be conducted over a period of five days.
On the inaugural day today , two matches were played today . First match played between "IQRA SPORTS and YOUNG BOYS FC" wherein YOUNG BOYS won by two goals (score 4-2 ) in the Penalty shootout. The second match was played between "ALAMDAR FC and AMAR SPORTS" ALAMDAR won by two goals (score 5-3) in the penalty shootout. Locals gathered in large Nos to witness the matches.
About 3,800 seats under PMSSS available for students of J&K in 350 colleges across country
About 3,800 seats in engineering and other courses are available for the students of Jammu and Kashmir for the academic session 2017-18 under Prime Minister’s Special Scholarship Scheme (PMSSS).The Commissioner Secretary, Higher Education, Dr Asgar Hassan Samoon has appealed to students to register for the scholarship program and avail the maximum benefits from the scheme.
Zaira Wasim Bags 64th National Film Awards
Ek Umid : School Reopens in Kashmir
The reports of opening of schools in Kashmir is a good omen. The cheer visible on faces of students proves that they were happy to reunite with their friends after long break, caused by the unrest, after Burhan Wani’s death.
Merely giving the students mass promotion will give them the qualification to appear for jobs but what about the knowledge which will make them get the job. Where do the students of Kashmir stand in comparison to students of other parts of the J & K. Kashmiris qualifying in competitive exams are very few and far between. The number needs to be increased by high quality of education.
This is a serious problem and needs to be addressed by students their parents and the educationists. It should be ensured that there are no further disruptions to their studies. It is the education which will make Kashmiris get their rightful place in the modern world
FOR NATION'S SAKE
Lt Umer Fayyaz, a young Army Officer was shot dead by terrorists in a most cowardly act yesterday at Shopian. Officer belonged to Kulgam and was on leave. He was commissioned in to a front line Infantry Unit on 10 Dec. Incidentally this Unit is a Kargil Fame Unit acknowledgd for defeating Pakistan in Tololing.
Killing a defenceless Army Officer on leave, proves that the terrorist and their masters have become absolutely desperate that even after their warnings people are not bothered with their Azadi agenda. Having been nurtured by pseudo secularist liberals, these elements are sure that certain voices in Democratic India will provide them tacit approval.
The family will suffer silently and bear the cost of terror perpetrated by Pakistan. Hurriyat leaders will never condemn it. PAK DGMO will shamelessly deny their role while other Paki Generals will celebrate it as their retaliation against Indian surgical strikes. Not only this incident of killing a defenceless person attending family marriage ceremony is against the Holy Koran but signifies a marked shift in the terror tactics followed by Kashmiri terrorists and their Masters. This seems to be the handiwork of foreign Lasker e Taiba operators as Hizbul Mujahideen would have never carried out this cowardly act, whatever be the desperation.
Change of Heart
Amir Hussain,the main accused of gun-snatching incident in Jammu last week surrendered in south Kashmir’s Shopian district and the weapon was recovered from him.
According to police, Amir had run away with the weapon.
Amir Hussain belongs to a very well-off familyof Shopian. His father is an influential businessman and has fleet of 10 to 12 vehicles and also owns apple orchards. He said Amir surrendered before police at Shopian and was brought to Jammu. “Police identified the main accused after questioning other two accused who were arrested earlier.” “The details of accused were shared with all police stations and Shopian police immediately contacted the family of Amir Hussain to counsel him to surrender if he came in contact with them”.Moment Amir reached his home in Shopian district, his family persuaded him to surrender. “He (Amir) was personally taken by his father to SSP Shopian on Tuesday evening. The weapon was recovered on the information given by Amir”.
“It’s an example to follow how a family persuaded their son to surrender before law. The State Govt welcomes misguided youth who admit their guilt and want to return to mainstream after shunning violence”.