I know that light has momentum and it has been used to pick up nanoparticles. But I am thinking, is it possible for us make a pouch of light to carry a very small object from one place to another. The transfer should cover a large distance.
I do not understand what you mean by a "pouch" of light. However, yes it is possible to move very small objects using light.
Light can be used to manipulate micron-sized particles by a technique known as Optical Tweezers.
Light is refracted as it passes through a transparent or translucent object. Light carries momentum so there is a change of momentum which results in a force on the particle in the opposite direction. Particles are deflected towards the most intense part of the beam of light, and can be trapped at a focus. Moving the focus of the beam moves the particle.
Very small reflective particles can also be pushed by bouncing light off them.