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Miss India 2013 winner Navneet Kaur Dhillon


Click here to view the Original Image Size Aware of the fact that no Miss Universe or Miss World crown has come India's way in the past few years, the Miss India 2013 winner Navneet Kaur Dhillon is focusing on getting the crown home.


Click here to view the Original Image Size The 20-year-old who is competing for the Miss World crown, said she worked hard on every aspect including her diet, fitness, diction, hair and skincare.


Click here to view the Original Image Size "I think real beauty is not something that gets reflected just by the face. One has to be a good person to be liked by others," Dhillon said.


Click here to view the Original Image Size She did her schooling from Army Public School in Ambala.


Click here to view the Original Image Size Apart from clinching the Femina Miss India 2013 crown, Dhillon was also crowned Pond's Femina Miss Glowing Skin.


Click here to view the Original Image Size Dhillon won the crown after one of the judges asked her - what her one regret would be if she were to die the following day - she answered "The only thing I would regret would be not having done as much for society as I would like to. Issues of women's empowerment and child labour and other social evils are a big concern."

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This year's competition was celebrating its 50th year. Auditions for the competition were held at Pune, Goa, Indore, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chandigarh and Delhi.

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Her hobbies include swimming, horse-riding and photography.


Click here to view the Original Image Size The Miss World pageant opened Sunday after protests by Muslim hard-liners confined the event to Indonesia's predominantly Hindu resort island of Bali.


Click here to view the Original Image Size The opening ceremony, which was televised to 186 countries, featured Bali's Kecak dance and a parade of all 131 contestants.


Click here to view the Original Image Size Controversy over the pageant has been mounting in Indonesia, which has a reputation as a tolerant, pluralist society that respects freedom of expression.


Click here to view the Original Image Size Nana Putra, an official from MNC media group, the local organiser which is also broadcasting Miss World, said organisers hoped the event would "lift Indonesia's image to the world".


Click here to view the Original Image Size Dhillon will be competing against 130 contestants. 

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