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Patiala pours out love to Miss India for the world peagant

HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times  Patiala, September 25, 2013
First Published: 21:08 IST(25/9/2013) | Last Updated: 18:54 IST(26/9/2013)

With the countdown ticking down and with just two days to go for the Miss World pageant, the city residents have gone viral on social media to garner support for local damsel Miss India Navneet Kaur Dhillion.

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The miss world beauty peagant will be held at Bali, Indonesia on September 28.

Tweets and likes on facebook pages have been pouring in from all across the royal city, to support Navneet. The city has her posters and billboards displayed all around.

Roopa Ravi her local supporter on facebook, posted on her official page "You are a winner from India, a beauty with a brain and heart; you have already won our hearts. All the best."
Smit Nikam another follower of the fan page commented, "You are great Miss India, go ahead and win the game."

Kashish Randerian tweeted, "Help Navneet win Miss World ."

Sonia Karn commented on her recent photograph as, "Beauty with brain."

Navneet herself has been actively using social media, in order to reach out to her fans. Her recent post on facebook 'Let's spread awareness about the importance of safe drinking water under its 'Unilever pureit protecting lives' programme has had people from all over the globe comment and appreciate her initiative.

Her recent photographs of post event have caught the eyes of many in the virtual social world.

While the city residents all praying for her success, her batch mates at Punjabi university have their fingers crossed in the hope that she would be crowned Miss World.

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