Morning News Nuggets


1. North East Students’ Organisation express solidarity with TSF

The North East Students’ Organisation (NESO) representing the eight major student organisations in northeast India, has expressed solidarity with the Twipra Students’ Federation (TSF).

2. Meghalaya: How bad is the GHADC mess?

It is a known fact that the situation in the Garo Hills Autonomous District Council (GHADC) is in shambles.

3. Meghalaya Govt. to vaccinate 26,500 health workers in phase one: DHS Dr Aman Warr

The Meghalaya Health Department is gearing up to vaccinate 38 lakh people in the state during the COVID-19 vaccination drive, which is expected to be soon.

4. Assam, Meghalaya resolve to bring coordination in border areas

The Assam and Meghalaya police departments, on Friday, announced that they would “bring coordination in maintaining peace and tranquillity in the border villages.”

5. Manipur: Member of banned insurgent group KKYL apprehended

Manipur Security Forces, on Thursday, apprehended an individual belonging to the banned insurgent group Kanglei Yawol Kanna Lup (KKYL).

6. BJP meet discusses ADC poll preparation in Tripura

Tripura BJP Prabhari Vinod Sonkar, on Friday, held a meeting with party leaders concerning the Autonomous District Council (ADC) election.

7. Dry run for COVID-19 vaccine conducted in South Sikkim

COVID-19 vaccination dry run was carried out on Friday at District Hospital Namchi in Sikkim.

8. Tribute to Mahatma Gandhi: Assam to gift khadi attire to employees

As a tribute to the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi and his khadi movement, the Assam government has decided to gift khadi clothes to its employees from this month.

9. Third phase dry run for COVID-19 vaccination underway in Assam

After starting the dry run for COVID-19 vaccination in Nalbari, Sonitpur and Kamrup (Metropolitan) districts in two phases recently, the Assam Health department on Friday ran its third phase in the remaining districts of the state.

10. Nagaland: No active fires detected around Dzükou valley

The Kohima District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) reviewed the ongoing ground situation report on the Dzükou fire operation on January 8.