Evening News Nuggets

Evening News Nuggets

1. Four-day-old baby kidnapped from Mizoram hospital, search operation on

According to sources, a woman dressed in the hospital’s uniform allegedly kidnapped the baby around 4.30 am on Sunday.

2. Assam DIG to receive President’s Police Medal on Republic Day

Assam Deputy Inspector General of Police, (BTAD), Kokrajhar, Violet Baruah will be awarded the President’s Police Medal for ‘Distinguished Service’ on the occasion of Republic Day 2021

3. Arunachal Pradesh: Changlang DC kick-starts food processing training for rural welfare

The programme was launched free of cost under North-Eastern Region Community Resource Management Project's (NERCORMP) food processing and allied programmes.

4. Manipur: Missing four-year-old boy found floating in pond

Locals strongly suspect that the boy was kidnapped and confined at an undisclosed place for a few days before being murdered and thrown into the pond.

5. Sainik School to offer free coaching to 30 students in Arunachal Pradesh

The unique Super 30 coaching will help the underprivileged students from the state with grounding and training for admissions to one of the best schools in the country.

6. Tripura: Sacked teachers protest with colleague’s corpse in front of Education Department

The deceased teacher, identified as Ajit Sutradhar, suffered a brain stroke on Monday morning, and was taken to the hospital, but succumbed to his sickness.

7. Manipur celebrates Imoinu Day

They celebrate the traditional festival on the 12th day of the Meitei Lunar Month of Wakching.

8. Assamese film on floods bags award at IFFI Goa

An Assamese film on the annual problem of floods in Assam bagged the special mention award at the 51st International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa on Sunday.

9. Meghalaya wins National Award for Best Electoral Practices 2020

President of India Ram Nath Kovind virtually conferred the award to Meghalaya CEO FR Kharkongor at the National Voters Day Award function held in New Delhi on Monday.

10. Manipur: Student bodies hand over charter of demands to the government

During the press conference, the unions highlighted the tribal issues and forwarded a charter of demands pertaining to education, health and reservations in Manipur.

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