Delhi to host Miss Earth India to support Beti Bachao Beti Padhao


- Sponserd Ads -

To support twin humanitarian national campaigns – Beti Bachao Beti Padhao and Green India, the Miss Earth India pageant will be held in Delhi in July this year.

The pageant will help in nurturing candidates as a part of global eco-movements, Singapore-based Growbiz Consult executive director Pradeep Maithani said today.

Miss Earth India to be held in Delhi will take the two-theme message of save and educate your daughter and waste-free India to the participants from 90 countries at the finals in Manila in October.

Contestants for the Indian pageant will be short-listed from March with final to be held in Delhi on July 16.

“The integral mix of green and glamour in this campaign stamps the Miss Earth India trademark to be more than just an ordinary pageant. It will nurture candidates as a part of a global eco-movement which is part of over 90 countries campaigning for the protection of our environment,” said Maithani, an Indian-origin Singaporean.

“It will also promote waste free India and save girl child right from birth to throughout the life cycle issues, where the girl faces gender biases in many parts of the country,” said Maithani, also the national Director for the pageant.

Read: Parineeti is Haryana’s brand ambassador for Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao

Growbiz Consult team will work on these two causes and educate people to support girls, many of whom are aborted as fetuses once the sex is determined medically, said Maithani.

Growbiz Consult’s co-founder and national director Cheryl T Hansen will lead the grooming of candidates to the finals.

Online Source

The Indian Telegraph Sydney Australia

Share post:


More like this

Miss India Australia 2021 Winner

Sanya Arora, 22 years, dermal therapist, from Melbourne, has been...

Visa changes to support the reopening of Australia and our economic recovery

The Morrison Government is making it easier for highly...

Sydney international terminal bustling once again

After nearly 600 days of closed foreign borders, I...