Evening News Nuggets
1. Dev Patel's 'The Personal History of David Copperfield' to release in India in December
The film, which stars Patel in the titular role, is based on the 1850 literary classic "David Copperfield" by Charles Dickens.
2. Pak continues ceasefire violation along IB in JK's Kathua
Officials said that the firing from the Pakistani side in Pansar, Karol Krishna and Gurnam border outposts started around 9:40 pm on Sunday.
3. State winners of Femina Miss India 2020 announced
The official mentor of Femina Miss India 2020, Neha Dupia, on Monday, announced the names of 31 finalists from each state.
4. 'Tiger state' MP lost 290 big cats in 19 years
The habitat of tigers needed to be protected, and for this people need to be made aware as well.
5. 'World's loneliest elephant' lands in Cambodia
Cambodia is pleased to welcome Kaavan. No longer will he be 'the world's loneliest elephant.
6. Iran blames Israel for killing top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh
According to an unnamed source, the weapons collected from the site of the assassination had the logo and specifications of the Israeli military industry.
7. Dr Mukul Sangma’s allegation baseless: Meghalaya Power Minister
Meanwhile, minister James Sangma informed the MeECL has a lot of problems in terms of high AT & C (Aggregate Technical & Commercial) losses. According to him, if these losses were to be brought down, then one would see that the revenue would phenomenally jump.
8. Meghalaya: Longest timber bridge in West Garo Hills reopen
A timber bridge, which had been one of the primary connection between many villages of Dadenggre civil subdivision in West Garo Hills, was restored after it was washed away six months ago.
9. Man abducted from Tripura-Mizoram border village
The victim’s wife informed the police a group of people with firearms and lethal weapons raided their house in North Tripura district on Friday night, looted jewellery, cash and abducted her husband Litan Nath, Debbarma said.
10. No private practice for government doctors in Manipur
To tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, the Manipur Health Department has issued a directive stating that all government doctors must fulfil their duties diligently in their place of posting.