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International Bunts Welfare Trust to honour Shrinidhi Shetty on Dec 14

Published On : 13 Dec 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: International Bunts Welfare Trust will felicitate Shrinidhi Ramesh Shetty, who recently won the prestigious 'Miss Supranational-2016' in Poland. The trust has identified many achievers and honored them through programmes like scholarship, medical aid and many more.

Shrinidhi hails from Mulki Padumane. She is the third daughter of Ramesh Shetty and Kushala R Shetty. She has completed her schooling from Narayana Guru School, pre-university education from St Aloysius College and engineering from Jain University, Bengaluru from where she got an opportunity to participate in beauty contests.

Shrinidhi has been ranked fifth in Bengaluru clean and clear face-2012, first runner up in 'Miss Queen Karnataka' from 'Miss South India-2015' and she has also won the title of 'Miss Beautiful Smile', 'Miss Photogenic', 'Miss Body Beautiful' from 'Yamaha Fesino Miss Diva-2016'. By winning 'Miss Supranational-2016' she has earned the credit of being the second Indian woman to win this contest. Thus the trust has organised a felicitation programme at SDM Law college on December 14 at 4.30 pm. The felicitation programme will be presided over by the president of the trust, Sadananda Shetty and district in-charge minister B Ramanath Rai will be the chief guest."







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