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Stayfit Kitchen Restaurants launch in Shillong

 

S. Kakoria the founder of 'The Stayfit Kitchen Restaurants' today officially launches the 'Stayfit Kitchen' in Eden Restaurant Shillong.

The 'Stayfit Kitchen' aims to provide the right nutrients to the people of Meghalaya especially those gym goers and health enthusiastic. 'The stayfit Kitchen' was first launched in Guwahati Assam in the year 2018.

The launch ceremony was accompanied by Merinika Verma the Marketing head of 'Stayfit Kitchen' and owner of Eden Restaurant Mr. Sunil.

The objective of ‘Stayfit Kitchen Restaurants’ aims  to provide a Fresh & Fitness food that can help Gym goers to corporate, doctors, lawyers, business person or any individual who are busy in their work & during office hour or training session to get fresh & healthy diet which can help them to achieve their  Health goal.

Founder S. Kakoria said that in today’s scenario due to hectic lifestyle we hardly focuses on our food , whatever we get around our office or nearby or which is accessible we go for those food and we end up with eating lot of  junk food when we are out. “The Stayfit Kitchen” food is designed by nutritionist & prepared by chef, we do the maths for you in terms of calories & macros and we give you the healthy version of food be it breakfast, lunch snack or dinner” he added.

Marketing Head Merinika Verma said that the “The Stayfit Kitchen” mission is to provide Healthy food in every corner of the Shillong, for this we are inviting applications for the Franchise for Cloud Kitchen, Take away station & Outlet to help “The Stayfit Kitchen” provide healthy food to the people of the State.

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KSU unveil Kiang Nangbah statue

To mark the 157 death anniversary of the freedom fighter Kiang Nangbah, the Khasi Student Union (KSU) today unveiled the statue of u Kiang Nangbah in front of Civil Hospital Shillong. 

The program was attended by several NGO’s including HYNF, FKJGP, Dorbar Shnong of Wahthabroo and student organization from the Jaintia Hills. During the program a troupe from Ri-bhoi district presented the war cry dance to honour the late freedom fighter.

The statue of freedom fighter Kiang Nangbah is constructed and manages by the KSU. The statue was design and construct with the help from designer Seinbor Kharmawphlang and Dani Khyriem. The land for erecting the Statue was donated by the PWD Department Government of Meghalaya and the lighting was donated by the MeECL.

Speaking during the inaugural program KSU President Lambokstar Marngar said that Kiang Nangbah sacrifices his own personal life to fight for the freedom of his people and the land. He is against the way the British collect tax forcefully from the people in Jaintia Hills. Lambokstar Marngar said that the KSU will still continue the protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 and to demand complete implementation of ILP in Meghalaya. 

 “If the Central Government can give Inner Line Permit to the State of Manipur overnight, then it won’t be a problem for the Central Government to do the same with our State” he added.

Re-acting to rumours that there are some people in Meghalaya who are opposing to the idea of implementing ILP in the State, KSU President Lambokstar Marngar said that those people who opposed ILP in Meghalaya should leave the State as soon as possible.

Kiang Nangbah was hanged by the British Government on 30th November 1862 in Iew Musiang Jaintia Hills.

Meanwhile Chairman of the North East Student Union (NESO) Samuel Jyrwa said that the people of Meghalaya and North Eastern States as a whole will have to be united against the proxy war .i.e. the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 introduce by the central Government. He also said that the motive of the central Government to introduce the CAA 2019 is to reduce the communities all North Eastern States in to minority in our own land.

“It's time for the State Government (Meghalaya) to introduce strict laws to protect the people and the land of the State from being encroached by outsiders” he added.

Samuel Jyrwa also said that the state has seen enough as outsiders have taken away our way of life, in the market place, in the Schools and Colleges and have also denied our own people from occupying high ranks in Government offices or in the High Court. 

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Crowborough Hotel to be functional on September 2020

North Shillong MLA and Chairman of the Meghalaya Tourism Development Corporation Ltd Sanbor Shullai today submitted the ‘performance report’ to the Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma. The Chairman was also accompanied by Managing Director (MD) Ciril V Lyngdoh and other official from the corporation.

Speaking to media person after the meeting Sanbor Shullai said that over the last two years the MTDC had generated over 6 crore revenue. Sanbor Shullai also said that the ‘Crowborough Hotel’ is in its final stage and it will be functional on September 2020.

“With the completion of Crowborough Hotel’, MTDC will generate another 4 Units which will be operated on lease in order to generate employments to local youth” He added.

Meanwhile Managing Director (MD) Ciril V Lyngdoh said that the MTDC will draft a ‘Vision documents’ for 20 years in order to generate revenue and employment from all units of MTDC.

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