Sargam Koushal of India is Mrs. World 2022, reclaiming the title after 21 years.

Sargam Koushal of India is Mrs. World 2022, reclaiming the title after 21 years.

Sargam Koushal of India is Mrs. World 2022, reclaiming the title after 21 years: Sargam Koushal previously worked as a teacher in Vizhag and has revealed that her spouse is a member of the Indian Navy.

New Delhi, India:

Sargam Koushal of India was proclaimed Mrs. World today at a lavish ceremony in Las Vegas. Mrs. Koushal defeated contenders from 63 nations to reclaim the championship for India after 21 years.

The Mrs. India pageant announced the news on Instagram, saying, “The long wait is over, it’s after 21 years we got the CROWN back!”

Mrs. Koushal sobbed after being named the winner.

Sargam Koushal, from Jammu and Kashmir, also posted a video expressing her joy at winning the championship.

“After 21-22 years, we’ve reclaimed the throne. I’m overjoyed. “I adore you, India, and the rest of the globe,” the freshly elected Mrs. World stated.

Mrs. Koushal has a master’s degree in English Literature, according to her Instagram posts. She formerly worked as a teacher in Vizhag and revealed that her spouse is a member of the Indian Navy.

PM Modi Launches Nagpur Metro and the 6th Vande Bharat Train

PM Modi Launches Nagpur Metro and the 6th Vande Bharat Train

PM Modi Launches Nagpur Metro and the 6th Vande Bharat Train PM Modi also laid the groundwork for Phase II of the train project, which would cost more than Rs 6700 crore.

Nagpur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched Phase I of the Nagpur Metro train project on Sunday and bought a ticket to ride the Metro from Freedom Park to Khapri.

PM Modi also lay the groundwork for Phase II of the train project, which would cost more than Rs 6700 crore.

The Prime Minister was observed chatting with students and travelers on his way from Freedom Park to Khapri.

Earlier today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the sixth Vande Bharat Express, which will travel between Nagpur in Maharashtra and Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh.

After signaling off the train, Prime Minister Modi waved to the passengers.

PM Modi has launched the sixth Vande Bharat Express.

The Prime Minister had previously arrived in Nagpur, where he was met by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.

Later that day, during a public occasion in Nagpur, he would lay the groundwork for the rebuilding of Nagpur Railway Station and Ajni Railway Station, which will cost around 590 crore and 360 crores, respectively.

The Prime Minister will dedicate to the nation the Government Maintenance Depot, Ajni (Nagpur), and the Kohli-Narkher Section of the Nagpur-Itarsi Third Line Project. These projects were developed at a cost of around 110 crores and approximately 450 crores, respectively.

The Prime Minister’s laying of the foundation stone for the National Institute of One Health (NIO) in Nagpur is a step toward strengthening capability and infrastructure in the country under the ‘One Health’ strategy.

The ‘One Health’ concept recognizes that human health is intertwined with the health of animals and the environment. This approach recognizes that most infectious illnesses affecting people are zoonotic (transmitted from animal to human).

The institute, which will be constructed at a cost of more than 110 crores, would engage and coordinate with all stakeholders and function as a catalyst to boost research and capacity building in the country’s ‘One Health’ strategy.

The Prime Minister will lay the groundwork for a project to clean up the Nag River in Nagpur.

The project, part of the National River Conservation Plan (NRCP), would cost more than Rs. 1925 crore to implement.

“The frequency of Sickle Cell Disease is rather high in the Vidarbha area, particularly among the tribal people. The condition and other hemoglobinopathies such as thalassemia and HbE contribute significantly to the country’s disease burden.

In order to address this issue, Prime Minister Narendra Modi lay the groundwork for the ‘Centre for Research, Management, and Control of Haemoglobinopathies, Chandrapur’ in February 2019.

The Prime Minister will today dedicate to the nation the Centre, which is envisioned to become a national Center of Excellence for creative research, technological development, and human resource development in the field of hemoglobinopathies “It stated.

The Prime Minister will dedicate to the nation the Central Institute of Petrochemicals Engineering & Technology (CIPET), Chandrapur.

The institute’s goal is to train qualified workers to suit the needs of the polymer and related sectors.

Men’s Football This is the closest thing to a World Cup tournament in the desert.

Jon Tait’s Carlisle United 1-1 Sutton United at Brunton Park

Men’s Football This is the closest thing to a World Cup tournament in the desert:  JIMMY GLASS is at Brunton Park to rename a pub after himself.

He wears a stylish coat and pants and speaks with fans outside the turnstiles, the muted music from a tannoy beside a floodlight pylon floating into the chilly air with the scent of fried onions.

The former goalkeeper joined Carlisle on loan at the close of the 1998/99 season and scored a famous last-gasp goal from a corner to keep the Cumbrians in the Football League.

His boots from that day are currently on display at Manchester’s National Football Museum.The fells and mountains of Lakeland are about as far as you can go from a World Cup competition in the desert.

In the extreme north of England, this is real pie and Bovril fare, with a bit of Roy of the Rovers from Glass.

Owen Moxon, a local boy, has a powerful presence in the middle. He lives among the rows of long red brick terraces in the city’s post-industrial center, barely five minutes from where postal strikers huddled shivering outside the main gates a few days ago.

Many of them are dressed in the same rain jackets and wool caps they wore on the picket line; when they sing “he’s one of our own” about Moxon from the Warwick Road End, they mean it.

Workers from McVities (who just balloted for strike action), the hospital, the Pirelli tire plant, and the railway are all represented.

Moxon had time at Queen of the South and Annan Athletic before joining Carlisle in the summer, and he might have ended up at either of those clubs if it hadn’t been for his potential.

Manager Paul Simpson, who won a World Cup as the coach of England u20s in 2017, is also from the border city.

They understand what Saturday afternoon means to people in the audience as they make their way down to the ground, full of expectation, if not hope, especially when a major Fifa competition is taking place.

Kick-off was moved to 1 pm to prevent a conflict with the first World Cup Round of 16 matches, but that’s small consolation for those who made the 672-mile round trip up from South London.

Seventy of them are crammed into little nooks in the corner of a 1,500-person capacity stand surrounded by empty blue plastic.

Moxon’s tantalizing, curling center is headed in by Ryan Edmondson to give Carlisle a lead that is wiped out shortly before halftime by Will Randall’s close-range shot.

It’s gritty and niggly, with fouls galore and a shirt-tugging square-up between a few players as tensions mount in stoppage time.

At the final whistle, Sutton boss Matt Gray gives the thumbs up to the director’s boss. With six road losses this season, a point is a win for the Yellows.

Despite all the effort, there are rare moments of inspiration when those moments of enchantment last a lifetime. Jimmy Glass understands this as well as anyone.

Pakistan vs. England, 1st Test | England scored a record-breaking 506/4 in just 75 overs on a shortened first day in Rawalpindi.

Pakistan vs. England: Pakistan vs. England, 1st Test | England scored a record-breaking 506/4 in just 75 overs on a shortened first day in Rawalpindi. Before play was halted due to inclement weather, four English batsmen had scored centuries, another first-day Test match record.

Four of England’s top five batsmen hit quick hundreds in a record-breaking day of batting on the first day of the first Test against Pakistan in Rawalpindi on Thursday.

It is the first occasion that 500 runs have been scored on the opening day of a test match.

England’s batting looked like a continuation of their successful T20 World Cup campaign in Australia on a level track against a Pakistan attack that contained three debutants.

England got off to a flying start thanks to a 233-run partnership between openers Zak Crawley (122) and Ben Duckett (107).

Ollie Pope scored 108, while Harry Brook, who was undefeated on 101 from 81 balls, perfectly exemplified their approach when he smacked six fours in an over from Saud Shakeel.

Ben Stokes was batting on 34 when play was halted due to inclement weather, much to Pakistan’s relief.

Following Stokes’ choice to bat after winning the toss, Crawley showed their purpose early on, hitting three boundaries in the opening over from Naseem Shah.

Crawley, who was on 99 at the time, had a lbw judgement reversed and went on to score an 86-ball century, the quickest by an English test opener.

Boundaries were broken on the other end when Duckett, playing his first test in six years, scored his first international century.

The second session, though, was more competitive, with Zahid Mahmood and Haris Rauf both taking three wickets.

Duckett was caught lbw by Zahid after attempting to play a reverse sweep.

Crawley was out in the following over, bowled through the gate by Haris, after a brilliant inning that included 21 fours.

Joe Root was out for 23 after failing to capitalize on the docile pitch and fluffing a sweep shot against Zahid.

Pope fell shortly after reaching his third test century, but there was no relief for Pakistan as Brook raced to an 80-ball century.

England had to make a change to its starting lineup after many of its players were knocked out by a virus that threatened to postpone the start of the game.

Will Jacks was brought in to replace stumper Ben Foakes, with Pope responsible for wicketkeeping.

England’s first test trip to Pakistan since 2005 will also include games in Multan and Karachi.

Moment for Jammu and Kashmir as India assumes the G20 presidency

A moment for Jammu and Kashmir as India assumes the G20 presidency

India assumes the G20 presidency : Jammu: As India formally assumes the G20 presidency today, Jammu and Kashmir have an opportunity to promote its economic potential, tourism advantages, and culture to the international powers.

While the G20 leaders’ summit, the main event, will be held in New Delhi on September 9 and 10, 2023, India has planned 200 events across the country during its presidency year. There will most likely be six events in Jammu and Kashmir and two in Ladakh.

T-20 summits, think tank summits, W-20 women’s summits, and Y-20 youth summits are among the 200 activities planned as part of the G20 summit. These seminars and discussions will cover topics such as health, labor, finance, the environment, education, renewable energy, climate change, the pandemic, and other global challenges.

India has made a significant diplomatic signal to the international community, notably to China and Pakistan, by deciding to hold certain G20 activities in Jammu and Kashmir.

China and Pakistan were quick to oppose when it was revealed that Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh Union Territories will host part of the G20 events. Surprisingly, China is also a member of the G20.

Pakistan is also said to have sought out Islamabad’s essential allies, China, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey, but there has been no response. The international community, notably the G20 members, has remained silent in the face of China and Pakistan’s criticism of staging global events in Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh.

By hosting the G20 summit in Jammu and Kashmir, India hopes to demonstrate to the world that the troubled area has returned to normalcy and is ready for business. It is seen as a daring and audacious diplomatic statement to the rest of the world claiming that Jammu and Kashmir are essential to India.

Following the repeal of Article 370, which granted Jammu and Kashmir special status, the Indian government organized two high-profile trips to Kashmir by international dignitaries. A party of diplomats and one European Parliamentarian visited Srinagar and Jammu and talked with a select group of individuals.