Miss Diva 2013, India's most prestigious beauty pageant, along with Miss India, is finally here. The countdown has begun for the Top 14 contenders, who will compete for the coveted crown at the grand finale to be held in Mumbai on 5 September, 2013.
And now, Miss Diva 2013 is conducting a Super Judge Contest
where YOU get to be a judge! All you need to do is VOTE for your 3
favourite divas for the top slots in the Miss Diva 2013 pageant. If your
decision of all 3 divas matches that of our jury, you stand a chance to
win Indiatimes Shopping vouchers worth Rs 25,000!!
How to vote?
Go to the Super Judge Contest page.
Hover your mouse over each contestant, check out their photos and get
to know them better by reading about their hobbies and interests. Then,
simply click 'Vote' to choose your top 3 winners.
your chosen contestant will represent India at the esteemed
international pageant Miss Universe 2013 to be held in Moscow, Russia on
November 9th. So take your time to go through the profiles and pictures
of every contestant before picking a favourite.
Voting begins on 27 August 2013 and ends on 4 September, 2013 , 12 pm.
You can read more about the daily news and updates about the contestants and winners on the Miss India website.
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Britain's young new Prince George of Cambridge may never meet his paternal grandmother, but as her story prepares to go to the big screen in "Diana" this fall, the magazine presents a new account of the princess' love affair with Pakistani heart surgeon Hasnat Khan in the last years before her death.
"Diana was madly in love with Hasnat Khan and wanted to marry him, even if that meant living in Pakistan," said Jemima Khan, a friend to the princess, of no relation to the surgeon.
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"And that's one of the reasons why we became friends."
The Princess of Wales reportedly spent a lot of time trying to get to know members of the Khan family with the intent to quietly marry into it, which was not entirely acceptable.