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Is the government supporting commercialization of school - KSA to state Govt.

IT News

Imphal Aug3,

Decrying over the negligence of the government for not taking appropriate actions for those who uses fake Patta and used in recognising school, KSA questioned whether the government support such wrong doers.

Speaking to media persons in a press meet held today at KSA office Khuyathong General Secretary of Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) Seram Hemjit asserts that the authority of Chingtam Foundation for Innovative Education, Yairipok uses fake documents of Patta and used for the recognition of the school.

Such doings is a complete violation of Council’s Modified Regulation of Recognition of School, he added.

Reminding various voices from the Association he added that their organisation holds press meet on June 5 condemning such thing which violates the regulations and urged the government to derecognise it.

He said that several memorandums were given to the Council as well as the Chief Minister to look into the matter on June 6 and June 17 respectively.

Because of the non response from the side of the authority reminders were also given to the CM on June 30 and July 7, he added.

Hemjit strongly condemned the act of the authorities where no actions was taken up against the school till now.

He further questioned the government whether they support such who uses fake documents and also whether they consider the schools as a place for business.

He warned that the authorities of Councils and the government should look after the matter and also to take up appropriate actions against those who wrongdoers within ten days and also not to support them.

He appealed the authorities to resign on moral grounds for violating their own regulations.

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NSCN-IM not happy with the last Peace Talk

IT News

Imphal, Aug 3,

The National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN-IM) seems unhappy with the last peace talk held with Government of India.

“The last formal talk with the Centre ‘did not go down well with the group”, Times of India reported the NSCN-IM stating today. Centre’s interlocutor for Naga peace talks, RN Ravi took oath as the Governor of Nagaland on Friday.

The report said, citing divisive powers working hard to create confusion, the NSCN (IM) stated, “In the backdrop of the last formal talk held with the Government of India but which has not gone down well with NSCN negotiators led by Th Muivah, a joint council meeting of steering committee, council of Kilonsers, Tatars, HoDs & Brigadiers and above, was held today at council headquarters, Hebron. The meeting took note of the prevailing political situation.”

It added, “...the NSCN is sufficiently aware of the divisive policy of the enemy from within and outside, and therefore will not allow any adversary to confuse and divide the Nagas.”

It further said that” it shall stand true to the end till the Nagas achieve an honorable solution to the Indo-Naga political conflict” and upholds the Framework Agreement signed between NSCN (IM) and the Centre in 2015.

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Efforts of SSUM’s and the Lamlai Higher Secondary School student’s has been rewarded

IT News

Imphal, Aug 3,

In response to the protest and demand of the Socialist Students’ Union Manipur (SSUM) and the students of Lamlai Higher Secondary School the Education Department of Manipur had issued an order to send 8 teachers to the school. The teachers were asked to join the school immediately.

SSUM and the students of Lamlai Higher Secondary School had staged protest at Manipur Human Rights Commission (MHRC) complaining about the lack of teachers at this school earlier.

SSUM leading the protest  had put in a petition to MHRC on 25th July, to fulfill the Right to Education for the students of this school who have not been able to study under the proper guidance of teachers for past one and half year due to lack of teachers.

SSUM also has been contracting private teachers for this school with payment done  by them.

With the belief that related authorities will look further into the conditions of schools, especially the state run schools where students are not able to study with good infrastructure  and complete facilities.

SSUM lauded MRHC, Education Minister, Director of Education Department and related authorities.

Further, SSUM also promised to work and stand for the under privileged and marginalized students of this society.

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Private School Association and Guardian Association should take the responsibility of shutting down Standard Robarth- MCPM

IT News
Imphal, Aug 3,

The death of Ningthoujam Babysana in Standard Robarth Higher Secondary School, Canchipur, has stirred an argument on whether the school should be banned or not. Regarding this matter, Maoist Communist Party Manipur has taken its final decision, a statement issued by the armed rebel group.
Concerning this suspicious death, the organization has been working to bring out the truth since July 22, 2019. Amongst all the armed rebel groups, this organization is the first one to publish a statement, initiate an investigation, and shut down the school for a week. On the completion of one week, the organization has communicated the investigation report with the public and has extended the ban on the school till August 4. Some inconveniences seem to arise regarding the completion of the investigation. Its reasons are, first, possibility of the involvement of some top police officials in corruption. Second, conducting the postmortem in a hurry before the family could fully prepare, leading to suspicious scheme of things. Third, initiating an inquiry after people’s movement intensified, handing over to the CBI, and forming an SIT when no options left and arrest people. All these have created a suspicion if the state was involved in conspiring initially. It has lead us to the idea that something is missing regarding the death. Justifiable evidences are necessary to serve justice, but people are suspicious if those evidences have been erased or there has been conspiracies in an attempt to erase the evidences by the school authority, doctors conducting postmortem, investigating police officers, and negligence of the state government. Suspicious deaths of various students in different places in the past few years and not having the justice served have reached the limits of distrust, resulting in the extreme expression of wrath in this case. In this land owned by the rich and where everything is compromised with money, the institutions of justice have turned into places that people have lost their trust. Despite all this, Maoists will continue to work on finding the evidences. Maoist Communist Party Manipur wants to request the parents of the students of Standard Robarth Higher Secondary School to admit their children in another school instead of sending them back.
Requesting the concerned ZEO and Board of Secondary School Manipur to allow those students to move to a different school for 2019. Most importantly, please do not send the hostel mates of the deceased to the school again. Do not fall for the school authority’s attempt to silence the voices with their trap to provide free education to some students till class 12. Students and guardians of the students of Standard Robarth are requested to co-operate in shutting down this school and try to move the students to a different school within a week. Even if the students and the guardians want to continue for the year 2019, please conduct a joint meeting of all the guardians and take a decision. If decided to continue for 2019, people will not co-operate if anything unfortunate happens later on. However, Maoist Communist Party Manipur will shut down this school forever from 2020. In this matter, no one should complain to make education sector a Free Zone. On the other hand, if All Manipur Recognised Private Schools’ Welfare Association and All Manipur Students’ Guardians’ Association do not comply with Maoists within a week, there is no guarantee that these two organizations will not be banned forever. In the attempt to successfully shut down Standard Robarth Higher Secondary School, both the organisations should take all the responsibilities to cancel its government recognition. This is a punishment for the two organisations trying to act smart. With the death of Babysana, let’s teach a lesson that the rich cannot do whatever they want in this land. People of Manipur are requested to stand united with this decision of Maoists.

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‘Thawan Ethamba’ ritual observing water and its resources held

IT News
Imphal Aug 3,

Believing to have celebrated from prehistoric times by the Meetei which highlights the relevance of water and its ecology ‘Thawan Ethumba’ a ritual offering to the god of water was observe today at Thanga Ngakharembi Ground.
The ritual of Thawan Ethumba was organised by Laining Amadi Enat Yokhatpa Apunba Malem (LAIYAM).
Speaking to media persons President of LAIYAM Moirangthem Meghachandra said that the ritual is related to the save and cleanse the basic element of life which is water. He further said that the day is observed as a belief that water was made on this day.

Meghachandra stressed that the offerings were made to make the land a peaceful and brings tranquility making it more
And also the rituals was also related with women cleansing their circulations, he added.
He reminded that the ritual was held at Khwairamband keithel yesteryear.
The ritual of Thawan Ethamba was observed on the third day of Thawan every year.
MLA of Thanga T. Robindro, Sintak Purel of LAIYAM Loitongbam Iboyaima, Upadhaksya of Bishnupur N. Dinesh, Pradhan of Thanga part 1 O.Romen were also present in the ritual ceremony.

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K Shyam flags off world tour phase -I of Cyclist Gi Ingobi

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Imphal, Aug 3,

Minister CAF & PD, Revenue, Karam Shyam  today flagged off the World Tour Phase -I of cyclist Gi Ingobi Chingtham at Kangla main gate. He will be starting his solo mega foreign ride across a total of 7 countries including Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Combodia, Laos, Vietnam and Singapore in 7 months, with the first phase journey of 10 kilometres.
In this unique, debut and brave endeavor, Gi Ingobi Chingtham wants to spread the message of India’s Act East Policy, Women Empowerment, Ema Keithel and Eigi Khongul Lijaba to the global world. In  his first ever foreign venture, pedalist Ingobi will be taking 16 days to tour Manipur and about 30 days to cover the important places of Myanmar, a journey spanning 1272 kilometres. Further, he will be exploring Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore in around 43, 19 and 10 days respectively. His tour to Singapore includes the route from Johar Causeway upto the  Water Dragon Statue. The whole cycle journey is targeted to be completed within a span of 7 months.

Speaking at the flagging off ceremony, Minister Karam Shyam  appreciated Ingobi Chingtham on his bold, courageous and innovative mission that is  fuelled  with the purpose of creating a unique identity of Manipur across the globe.
Nicknaming him as the brave son of Manipur, the Minister stated that such adventure needs indomitable courage, talent and sound health   to brave all odds on the way. The Government supports such innovative activity that will put a small state like Manipur with a population of 28 lakhs in the limelight, he added.
Minister Karam Shyam also provided monetary assistance to him as a noble intention to support his cause.
Gi Ingobi Chingtham said that the idea of women empowerment and helping women folks dawned on him when his mother lay bed ridden due to a leg injury incident in 2015.
He is the son of Chingtham Ingocha Singh and the eldest of 3 male siblings. Earlier he had also toured from Imphal to Delhi spreading the theme of “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao” in different places.

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Think about the future

Tragic is not the word to describe the present state of affairs of our state, even though the feeling in the hearts of the general public cannot be far from it.
The Government has shown, in fits and spurts, that things can and does happen if the rulers so put their hearts to any task, which begs the very relevant and necessary question: is the Government deliberately keeping the state on tenterhooks with engineered chaos and calculated mayhem?
Nothing that has been done for the development of the State so far looks and feels systematic or sustainable- from the various infrastructures being constructed with shoddy workmanship and dubious results, to the haphazard and stop-gap measures in terms of the essential services being provided, mostly on paper to dispense off with the official requirements without ever taking the trouble or the initiative to check on the efficacies of such schemes and welfare measures. The reality we are undergoing today is a far cry from the trumped up reports and statistics that make up the records meant for display at the centre, the most obvious result being the promotion of Manipur from the least developed state category to the less developed one without having nothing to show for it.

Yet the Government, in it’s quest to prolong the reign, have failed to address the situation with pragmatic solutions and progressive steps that would steer the state in the right direction of inclusive growth- the most prominent shortcoming being the failure to harness the potential of the youths- the future of the state. According to house listing and housing census data 2011, the number of youths between ages 18-22 in the country is 149.36 million. That’s about one-fifth of the total electorate of 725 million estimated by the Election Commission. Stating that almost, if not all, the problems ailing the present society can be remedied by molding the youths of today to bring about the still elusive change and progress would not be an exaggeration.
No amount of resources or materials can effect change or usher in progress unless those who are to direct and utilize these resources be prepared and groomed to take on the responsibilities and challenges with confidence and determination. A radical mental revolution based on progressive thinking and broadened outlook beyond self preservation and personal enrichment, tempered with the spirit of equality and infused with the dignity of labour is the panacea for our society long festered with enmity, greed, doubts and subdued mindset. The Government should make the most and invest in the one true asset it ever has- the teeming youths.

On Manipur Handlooms: A Clarion Call

By : S.Bhubol

The state level handloom day falls yearly on August 1 and the national level handloom day observes on August 7 which means that the 1st week of August is an important week for Manipur Handloom. All aspects of the state’s handloom sector can be reviewed for better moves and futurity. The state and central sponsored schemes, evaluation of all their implementations, raw materials, and wages trends welfare schemes can be incorporated in the evaluation and planning. Because, out of the state’s nearly 29 lakhs population, there is nearly 6 lakh population are weavers and artisans that indicate 20.7% are weavers and artisans. The handlooms and textiles sector are giving second largest employment in the state next to cultivators.

               Manipur handloom sector of the textile industry is ancient practice that is still continuing at best at present juncture too with playing a major role in the quota free trade regime by getting rationalized and supported for bringing out with value added and customized products for consumers. For this a right type of support by the Government becomes inevitable. Directorate of handlooms and Textiles, Govt. of Manipur has been endeavoring with implementing selective projects and schemes through its implementing agencies like the Manipur Handloom and Handicrafts Development Corporation(MHHDC) a Govt. of Manipur enterprise and the Manipur Apex Handloom Weavers and Handicrafts Artisans C.S.Ltd., a state govt. identified agency as the sole Apex Society of the state’s primary weavers and artisans cooperative societies , the handlooms and textiles entrepreneurs. Some individual societies and N.G.O’s are also working for amelioration of the state’s handloom sector at best capacities.
          The power or strength of Manipur handlooms is its innovation and dynamism in relating itself to the changing market needs and requirements. Manipur textile industry, including spinning, weaving (and knitting), fabric processing and garment-making units, play for major outputs of the state’s GDP likewise in the national trends that the handloom sub-sector in fabric output is around 35 percent and  also contributes nearly 23 percent of the total cloth produced. The traditional significance of this sector along with its inseparable links with our ancient cultural heritage further expounds the vitality of this sector. This more than  2,000 years-old Manipur’s cottage industry has a broad spectrum of production techniques — from hand-operated loin loom to throws shuttle loom to fly shuttle loom and further to automated technology. Important features include a dualistic structure including decentralized or \ unorganized\ small-scale segment in weaving, knitting and apparel/garment-making along with recently introduced semi automatic and second generation powerlooms (about 4000numbers). Manipur Handlooms is a predominantly domestic-oriented industry with cotton and silk as the primary raw materials extending to wools, acrylics and other manmade fibres.  When the importance of the handloom sector is of such colossal character then the question is why this particular sector is facing so many problems? Why handloom weavers and handicrafts artisans today are not a happy lot with facing a series of problems ranging from unorganized nature of their business to threat from cheap imported items? Why such unruly situation has led to closure of many handloom units that will certainly be resulting in massive unemployment in the state. Some of the reasons may be cited as; (1).Raw materials: In the national level scenario but affecting to the sates’ weavers is, de-linking of yarn production from cloth production that s impacting upon the handloom industry in a number of ways. India became the supplier of raw cotton and importer of mill spun yarn during British rule, and the consequent development of composite mills in the country came up. This change in source of yarn supply – from local to distant – altered the very organization of the industry, necessitating a role of increased importance to the middleman. Today, the non-availability of adequate quantities of good quality yarn at reasonable prices since yarn manufacturing and supplying are in the hands of other entities.. The gap between the supply and demand for hank yarn – which is what is used by the handloom sector – is around 150 million kgs. The government took certain measures to deal with this problem: (a) the setting up of co-operative spinning mills to ensure supplies to the handloom sector (b) the obligation on mills to pack 50% of their total marketable yarn as hank yarn but it is rarely done. Since the production and supply of yarn vests with the mill sector, the fortunes of the handloom sector get tied to this. The supply of yarn contracts or its price goes up whenever mills require it, forcing handloom weavers in the decentralized sector to turn to private traders for yarn. The yarn availability scenario is also affected by the proliferation of the powerloom sector. Though powerlooms use cone yarn, they seek to avoid high yarn duty imposed on it by buying up hank yarn and converting it to cones (the cost of re-reeling being minimal). There is thus a considerable diversion of hank yarn meant for the handloom sector to other players, creating conditions of shortage, high rates, etc. Estimates of this linkage range from 15 to 25% to 40%. Manipur Spinning Mills which was closed down with malpractices and that the present government is struggling to revive even by planting cottons around the state for raw materials shall have to materialized to reducing the risks of materials. (2). Competition from Powerlooms: It is true that the fast growth of powerlooms in India in the recent years gives a fatal impact upon the unprepared and marginalized weavers. The Sivaraman Committee observed that between 1963 and 1974 the overall growth rate of powerloom sector was 9.67% and between 1975 and 1982-83 was 11.7%. In numerical terms, the growth was phenomenal, an addition of 2.3 lakhs new cotton powerlooms to the 1.93 cotton powerlooms already existing in 1975, with the overall addition of around 2.9 lakhs powerlooms, the total tall going upto 6 lakhs with another 1,60,000 awaiting regularization (Srinivasulu, 1996: 3202). Today, authorized (registered) powerlooms stand at 16.55 lakhs with the total being 34 lakhs inclusive of the unauthorized. Powerlooms have already entered into Manipur but without enforcement of state regulation. Besides about 300 powerlooms units established recently under state sponsorship, it is suspected that not less than 1000 unregistered powerloom units have been operating in the state. Though the remarks of powerloom units are beautiful that they are for producing cloths to replacing the importing huge quantity of cloths, many units are producing the cloths meant for handloom sector and selling them as handlooms products at cheaper rates without least thinking on the fact that an established powerloom unit in India kills the livelihood of 20 weavers every day. We support the entry of powerlooms into the state but we strongly put objection to any act of encroachment upon handloom sector. We demand enforcement of Handloom (Reservation of Articles for Production) Act, 1985 in the state and proclamation of handloom reserved items that cannot be produced by powerlooms. (3). Credit & assistance: Handlooms will unfailingly be developed only when credits and assistance facilities reach the genuine weavers. The present credit and other facilities meant for weavers are yet to be monitored adequately. Facilities given off as parts of components of schemes are often manipulated by middlemen and so hardly go down to the needy sections for whom it is intended. This is because master weavers control a number of co-operatives and tend to corner a substantial proportion of institutional credit. Majority of weavers are to be found outside the co-operative fold and weavers are controlled by master weavers and as they take away maximum shares of schemes for their own benefits thereby the credit needs of this sector have remained unaddressed. State govt. has to constitute a powerful Monitoring Committee to look in this yet to address matter. (4). Marketing: Disproportionate in between cloth production and marketing is truly there and it is to be seriously addressed. Declining of local markets for handlooms and unable to produce exportable qualities is realities of today and it is to be tackled both in terms of cost factor, skill factor as well as other scientific strategies. There is separation of producers from the market that is partitioned by middlemen. Of course they can be there but being trader entrepreneurs who know the market well with understanding market demands and so having capacities of marketing channels. they shall not have to block the trickledown of benefits of producers even though the profit margin is quite high in realities. Equitable sharing of benefits should always be applied to and here the strong bodies like the MHHDC, the AWAS (Apex Society) and the handlooms and textiles entrepreneurs as state players shall have to take concrete roles. (5). Lack of Reliable Database: Lavk of authentic and  reliable data in regard to number of looms, number of weavers, classification of weavers and  productivity, etc. is another major drawback of the handloom sector. For Indiaas whole till 1964, the decentralized sector’s production excluding khadi, was on the assumption that 90% of the free yarn delivered by the mills is consumed by handloom sector and the share of handlooms was computed on the assumption that 76% of the yarn was consumed by the latter. On the basis of the quantum of yarn consumed, the output of each sector was arrived on the basis of some accepted conversion factor (1 pound of yarn= 4.5/5 yards of cloth or 1 kg of yarn=10 metres of cloth) (Chandrasekhar: 2001). The number of weavers is often arrived at by multiplying the number of looms by an employment co-efficient. Likewise, there is also difference of opinion in the calculation of dormant and idle looms especially while taking into account the domestic looms of North Eastern India. Besides, if 2.9 lakhs powerlooms were added between 1975 and 1983, it should have displaced 17.4 lakhs handlooms but the Census of Handlooms show only a decline of 4.85 lakhs handlooms (Srinivasulu, 1996: 3202). In addition to all these, it is very interesting to note that the Abid Hussain Committee’s field visits for the purpose of review did not include any of the handloom centers in the country. Manipur state need to develop a Data base for all realities that shall not only benefits to future planning but also helpful to scholars who want to extend academic intervention taking then as reference. To conclude, it is further suggested that the state authorities of Manipur shall have to enact the draft state textiles policy and in the while the Manipur Handloom Development Programme is in need of active implementation by incorporating the nook and corner of all dormancies into the budget planning.

Grand finale of Garnier Men Mega Mister North East and Sunsilk Mega Miss North East on 8th and 9th August

Guwahati; August 3,

Mega Entertainment, north east’s largest fashion and pageant event organizer, announced the dates of the grand finale of 17th edition of Sunsilk Mega Miss North East and 10th edition of Garnier Men Mega Mister North East in a press conference held at the Guwahati Press Club yesterday.
The Grand Finale of the 10th Garnier Men Mega Mister North East, supported by Title Sponsor Garnier Men- India’s no. 1 men’s face wash brand, Hospitality Partner Radisson Blu, Telecom Partner Vodafone SuperNet 4G, Photo Partner Sony Alpha and Styling Partner Sin Denim will be held at ITA Cultural Complex, Machkhowa, on 8th August from 7 onwards.
On 9th August, 7 pm onwards, ITA Cultural Complex will host the Grand Finale of 17th Sunsilk Mega Miss North East, which has been supported by Title Sponsor Sunsilk Thick and Long, Hospitality Partner Radisson Blu, Telecom Partner Vodafone SuperNet 4G, Photo Partner Sony Alpha and Cosmetic Partner Eyetex Dazller.
The finalists were chosen through a series of auditions held in Itanagar, Tezpur, Kokrajhar, Agartala, Shillong, Imphal and Guwahati. Through these auditions, the pageant organizers shortlisted 50 women, who will vie for the coveted title of Sunsilk Mega Miss North East; and 50 men will compete to become the most desirable man of the region, to win the title of Garnier Men Mega Mister North East.

The contestants will undergo a strict pre-judging process during their training and grooming sessions, where the female contestants will be judged on their poise, carriage, intelligence and beauty and the male contestants will be judged on their intelligence, fitness, personality and confidence. The events are conceptualized by fashion entrepreneur Abhijit Singha and have been produced by Mega Entertainment.
Celebrating Mega Mister North East’s glorious decade-long journey, Mega Entertainment has a grand award in store for the winner of Garnier Men Mega Mister North East 2019. Speaking to the media regarding this, Abhijit Singha, Founder of Mega Entertainment, said, “We have often felt that while our female winners get numerous opportunities to expand their horizons through reputed national pageants like Miss India, the male winners get very few opportunities on a national level. This year, we have decided to offer an unparalleled opportunity that models from northeast have rarely received. The winner of Garnier Men Mega Mister North East 2019 will get a direct entry into Mister International pageant, which is one of the most reputed global manhunts.” Singha added that the said opportunity for the winning candidate will be entirely managed by Mega Entertainment.
Speaking on the growing quality of the contestants over the years, Singha added, “It is heartening to see that our winners are making a mark in the national fashion scenario as well. Since the past three editions of the Miss India pageant, our previous winners have posed a strong competition in the same. This year as well, Mega Miss North East 2018 Jyotishmita Baruah made it to the Top 6 of the Miss India pageant. We feel really privileged to have been a part of her journey.”
Also present on the occasion were Mega Miss North East 2018 Jyotishmita Baruah and Mega Mister North East 2018 Hirok Jyoti Kalita.
Speaking of her experience with Mega Entertainment, Jyotishmita Baruah said, “I am eager to meet the contestants of this year. I remember how excited I was on being a part of Mega Miss North East last year. Prior to my stint at Mega Miss North East, I believed that a beauty pageant is all about competing and coming first, but winning this title changed my perspective about beauty pageants. After winning this pageant, I realized that beauty pageant is all about accepting yourself the way you are and supporting your co-contestants. The things I learnt at Mega Miss North East helped me immensely during my stint at Miss India pageant as well, and in achieving the top-6 spot in the reputed pageant.”
Hirok Jyoti Kalita, who won the title of Mega Mister North East 2018, said, “Mega Mister North East helped me build my confidence and gave me an identity that I never had. This stage means a lot to me. I achieved one of my biggest dreams by winning this title. Mega Mister North East is not just another contest. It is an institution which taught me the importance of grooming, discipline, and most importantly punctuality, without which one cannot survive in any industry. What I learnt during my tenure as Mega Mister North East will continue to guide me throughout my life, and hopefully will help me guide other aspirants in this industry as well.”

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IFBB Pro Bhuwan Chauhan motivates and trains young aspirants  

New Delhi Aug 3,

Body Building has been on rising on Global map as well as a dynamic emerging sport here in India. With young talents such as Bhuwan Chauhan are raising the bar even higher! He is India’s first talent to qualify for the prestigious title Mr. Olympia – Men physique. With sheer determination and dedication, he has single-handedly crafted his niche. What started as a fitness hobby has grown into his passionate profession!
IHFF, Sheru Classic & UFC Gym India takes the pride and pleasure to host this inspirational MEET GREET & TRAIN with Bhuwan Chauhan, who shortly leaves for his global invasion!

Sheru Classic, in partnership with IHFF are committed to bring International icons in bodybuilding and fitness, give platform and access as well as enhance the status of Indian bodybuilding athletes and get Indian bodybuilding on the world map. Sheru Classic has been creating history each day by bringing a paradigm revolution in Indian bodybuilding. Athletes from all over the world travel all the way to India to compete and become a part of the show.
On this occasion Istayak Ansari Managing Director & Founder and Farzad Palia - Chairman, UFC GYM® India shares, “Athletes like Bhuwan are role models for every fitness enthusiast, regardless of their age or fitness level, encouraging them them to achieve their goals with strength, courage, and discipline.   We at UFC GYM® offer an ultimate fitness experience with state-of-the-art equipment and top-notch coaching, supported by a motivating community of fitness enthusiasts and Such exchange programmes play a huge role in instilling confidence in Indian fitness enthusiasts and we at UFC GYM® are committed to provide an unparalleled community of movers and motivators.”
Mr Sheru Aangrish, Founder and Chairman Sheru Classic shares, “I along with my brother Hemant Aangrish who is India Head represent IFBB pro league  (International Federation of Body Building) and NPC in India  Bhuwan is the first Indian to win IFBB Pro competition and 1st Indian to qualify for Mr Olympia Men’s physique division,  he has been motivating Indian athletes since then, everyone here have been inspired  by his journey and we an entity relentlessly strive to promote Fitness & Bodybuilding in India by encouraging young fitness enthusiasts. We are committed to provide a platform to young professional Indian athletes through such associations helping them to generate opportunities for their future growth.”

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