New Delhi, Nov 22 (PTI) Following are the top stories at 5.15 pm: NATION DEL59 ELECTIONS-RJ-LD PM **** PM Modi slams Cong, says anyone who speaks truth in party is shunted out Jaipur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday accused the Congress of punishing Sachin Pilot after meting out the same treatment to his father Rajesh Pilot, saying anyone who speaks the truth in the party is shunted out of politics.

DEL77 UKD-TUNNEL-RESCUE OPS **** Horizontal drilling to evacuate trapped workers in Silkyara tunnel reaches 42 metres: Govt New Delhi: Horizontal drilling to evacuate trapped workers in the Silkyara tunnel in Uttarkashi has reached 42 metres or 67 per cent of the blockade, rekindling hopes of the stranded 41 persons coming out soon. **** DEL69 JK-2NDLD ENCOUNTER **** 2 Army personnel killed in encounter with terrorists in J-K's Rajouri Rajouri/Jammu: Two Army personnel were killed during an encounter between security forces and terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district on Wednesday, officials said. **** DEL70 ELECTIONS-RJ-NARRATIVES Choice for Rajasthan voters: Cong's guarantees vs BJP's Hindutva, anti-graft plank Sawai Madhopur/Tonk (Rajasthan): The Congress' welfare guarantees agenda or the BJP's Hindutva and anti-graft plank? With no apparent wave on the ground or pressing everyday issues, that's what it boils down for voters as Rajasthan readies for assembly polls this week. By Asim Kamal. **** DEL60 NIA-CONSULATE ATTACK-LD RAIDS **** NIA raids 14 places in Punjab, Haryana in connection with attacks on Indian Consulate in San Francisco New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Wednesday carried out raids at 14 locations in Punjab and Haryana in connection with its probe into attacks on the Indian Consulate in San Francisco in the US earlier this year, an official spokesperson said. **** DEL31 JK-LD EMPLOYEES-DISMISS **** Doctor, policeman among 4 govt employees sacked for terror links in J-K Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Wednesday sacked four more government employees, including a doctor and a policeman, for their alleged terror links in the Union Territory, officials said. **** DEL47 ELECTIONS-RJ-RAHUL **** Caste census will be conducted in Rajasthan if Congress retains power: Rahul Gandhi Jaipur: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said a caste census will be conducted in Rajasthan if his party retains power in the state. **** CAL10 BH-CABINET-LD SPECIAL-CATEGORY **** Nitish gets his cabinet to pass resolution in favour of special status Patna: The Nitish Kumar government in Bihar upped the ante on the Chief Minister's long-standing demand for grant of special status to the state with a resolution to the effect on Wednesday being passed by the cabinet. **** DEL53 PB-LD ARREST **** 3 linked to Pak-based terror module arrested in Punjab, police claim targeted killing plan averted Chandigarh: Punjab Police on Wednesday claimed to have averted planned targeted killings in the state with the arrest of three members linked to an ISI-controlled Pakistan-based terror module. **** MDS9 ELECTIONS-TELANGANA-LD YEDIYURAPPA **** Don't fall for Congress' lies, says BJP leader Yediyurappa in poll-bound Telangana Hyderabad: Senior BJP leader B S Yediyurappa on Wednesday accused the Congress of deceiving the people of Karnataka by not implementing its five pre-poll guarantees after coming to power. **** LEGAL LGD7 SC- SEDITION **** SC to hear in January pleas challenging constitutional validity of IPC provision on sedition New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday said it will hear in January a batch of pleas challenging the constitutional validity of the IPC provision on sedition, months after the Centre introduced in Parliament bills to replace the colonial-era penal statutes, proposing among other things the repeal of the sedition law. **** LGD4 DL-HC-MAINTENANCE **** Spouse with earning capacity can't be permitted to sit idle and saddle partner with expenses responsibility: HC New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has observed that a spouse who has a reasonable capacity to earn but chooses to remain unemployed and idle without sufficient explanation should not be permitted to saddle the other partner with the one-sided responsibility of meeting expenses by providing maintenance. **** BUSINESS DEL75 BIZ-2NDLD RBI-DAS **** Tougher unsecured loan norms a preemptive move, in interest of sustainability: RBI Guv Mumbai: Reserve Bank of India Governor Shaktikanta Das on Wednesday said the central bank's tougher stance on unsecured loans earlier this month is a 'preemptive' move in the interest of sustainability. **** DEL26 BIZ-IPO-TATATECH **** Tata Tech IPO fully subscribed within minutes of opening for subscription New Delhi: The Initial Public Offer (IPO) of Tata Technologies, which provides engineering and product development digital services, was fully subscribed within minutes of opening for subscription on Wednesday. **** FOREIGN FGN24 ISRAEL-HAMAS-3RDLD CEASEFIRE **** Israel and Hamas agree to temporary pause in fighting for release of 50 hostages and aid into Gaza; Netanyahu says war to continue Jerusalem: Israel and Hamas agreed on Wednesday to a temporary four-day ceasefire to allow the release of 50 hostages held by the militant group in Gaza in exchange for 150 Palestinian detainees and the entry of humanitarian aid into the besieged territory. By Harinder Mishra **** FGN33 PAK-IMRAN-ECL **** Pak govt recommends names of Imran Khan, 28 others be placed on ECL to stop them from fleeing Islamabad: Pakistan's interim government Wednesday recommended placing the names of jailed former prime minister Imran Khan and 28 others on the Exit Control List (ECL) to prevent them from fleeing the country, citing their alleged involvement in a corruption case. **** . PTI CK

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