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ZEE’s Mansa & Ankur best anchor, reporter                                                                                 

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On Friday, our media monitoring team found Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s laying of the foundation stone of AIIMS in Punjab the most covered story. ZEE News anchor Mansa Malik was the best anchor and Ankur Tyagi from the same channel the best reporter. In terms of speed of breaking news, Aaj Tak took the top slot while ZEE News was second.

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Modi laid the foundation stone of AIIMS in Bathinda whose estimated cost is Rs 926 crore. Nearly 750 beds are proposed in the 177-acre hospital. Punjab CM Prakash Singh Badal along with Sukhbir Singh Badal, Health Minister JP Nadda and Punjab BJP president Vijay Sambhla was present.

Modi said that for any country’s development, health and education services need to be improved. He also said that elections don’t matter to him, what matters most is farmers. Modi spoke about Pakistan and said that after India’s surgical strikes, cross-border movement has increased. Indian farmers have complete right to the Indus water and a task force has been formed for negotiation on the river issue. He said when a soldier dies in Pakistan, crore of Indians weep.

Modi also spoke about demonetization. He remarked that if the black money hoarders had been given 72 hours then the decision would have been appreciated. Honest people are supporting me, he said, and I will not let black money have a run of the market. He also emphasized use of digital money and said that farmers need to be aware of the significance of mobile phones and of technology in this era. He added that e-payment will make the economy transparent.

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ZEE News anchor Mansa Malik described how newborns, who should be in the warmth of their mothers’ arms, were being packed in biscuit cartons and sold. This racket was flourishing in district North 24-Parganas in West Bengal. It was uncovered when the CID and the Bhaduria police conducted a raid; 14 people have been arrested, two of them women.

The children who were being sold were mostly aged one to 10 months. The anchor spoke to correspondent Pooja, who said that this trading of infants had been going on for three years and the racket extended to Delhi and Mumbai. Pooja also said that the children were brought from a nursing home in biscuit cartons to an NGO. According to the police, 30 children have been sold so far. Pooja also said that this crime was rampant in Sohan Nursing Home where newborns were not given to their parents and they were even told that their babies had died.

The nursing home staff used to steal the babies and the NGO staff would find customers who would pay Rs 2 lakh for a boy and Rs 1 lakh for a girl. The children who did not survive were surreptitiously buried in the NGO compound. The police even found some skeletons of children.

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Parents who keep their children in daycare centers or with nursemaids should be forewarned by this incident: a 10-month-old baby girl was beaten and thrashed brutally in a day care center in Navi Mumbai’s Kaarghar.

 ZEE News reporter Ankur Tyagi said that in the daycare center, the nanny had been continuously beating the child. When the parents went to pick up their daughter, they found several injuries on her body. The staff said the child had hurt herself while playing. But after they reached home, she wept continuously. The parents admitted her to hospital and then filed an FIR. Both the nanny, Afsana Nasir, and the center owner, Priyanka Nigam, were arrested and presented in court on Thursday. Nasir was sent to judicial custody for 14 days while Nigam was released on bail.

BREAKING NEWS

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Due to uproar, Rajya Sabha adjourned till 2.30 pm.

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PM’s rally in Bathinda, Punjab; PM lays foundation of AIIMS hospital in Bathinda.

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Rahul Gandhi says PM should come to parliament and participate in debate.

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Fire in Oshiwara furniture market in Mumbai due to cylinder burst.

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Due to rising pollution Supreme Court bans firecrackers in Delhi, NCR and suspends licenses of firecrackers sellers.

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Income Tax department raids Kashmere Gate branch of Axis bank in Delhi.

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2 policemen killed in Kulgam, J&K, 1 injured in attack in Mukhya Bazaar.

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