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Tuesday January 25, 2011 10:30:20 PM, IANS

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Mumbai: All the children who have been conferred the National Bravery Award for 2010 and their families will be given free tickets by Air India, an airline official said Tuesday.

The national carrier will offer four free return tickets to all the children which will be valid for a year - till Jan 26, 2012 - for travel on any domestic sector.

Air India will also bear all the taxes and levies on these tickets to avoid any financial burden on the beneficiaries and their family members.

The winners of the Bravery Award for 2010 are: Jismi P.M. from Kerala who has been awarded the Geeta Chopra Award, Priyanshu Joshi from Uttarakhand conferred with the Sanjay Chopra Award, and Vishnudas K. of Kerala, Moonis Khan of Madhya Pradesh and Ipi Basar of Arunachal Pradesh were awarded the Bapu Gaidhani Award.

The youngest awardee is six-year-old Shrawan Kumar from Rajasthan.

Others are Gurjeevan Singh from Punjab, Sunita Murmu from West Bengal, Kalpana Sonowal and Rekhamoni Sonowal from Assam, Rahul Kurrey and Parvati Amlesh from Chhattisgarh, Anoop M. and Raj Narayanan from Kerala, Rohit Maruti Mulik from Maharashtra, Mohammad Nurul Huda from Manipur, Freedy Nongsiej and Lovelystar K. Sohphoh from Meghalaya, Lalmawizuali from Mizoram, Bibek Sharma from Sikkim and Uttam Kumar from Uttar Pradesh.

Chhampa Kanwar from Rajasthan and Shruti Lodhi of Uttarakhand have been honoured posthumously.





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