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September 09, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Newly crowned Miss India Fiji, Sheryl Kumar is keen to promote Fiji further on the world stage.

The 20-year-old University of the South Pacific second year student who is a strong advocate of youth empowerment believes her country can be promoted in many ways.

"Now that I have been chosen as Miss India Fiji, my responsibility is to be a good ambassador of my country and promote it further globally," she said after the crowning in Suva last night.

"Fiji is more than just a holiday destination and as the country's representative to the Miss India Worldwide pageant , I will promote my country's culture and other unique features."

"Though Fiji appears to be a dot on the world map to some, my country has so much to offer and I will try to raise as much awareness possible in Malaysia."

"It is an honour to be selected as Miss Fiji and I will try to perform to the best of my ability and make my country and family proud," she quipped.

Kumar who comes from a family of two said her 17-year-old brother, Nigel has been her strength of support together with her parents.

"My parents and my little brother have always been on my side and I want to thank them for their support and guidance."

"I would also like to thank my sponsor Natasha Jan and the two wonderful ladies; Nazia and Aliyah who organised this wonderful event which gave all the contestants the confidence to come out in public and showcase their talents."

With USP currently on mid-semester break, Kumar plans to spend more with her family and friends.

She will represent Fiji in the 22nd Miss India  Worldwide pageant in Kuala Lumpur in March, 2013.

By Reginald Chandar

 

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