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New Delhi, Dec 4 (PTI) Following are the top stories at 1.30 PM NATION DEL24 CONG-PLENARY-SCHEDULE Congress plenary session to be held in Raipur in second half of Feb 2023: Sources New Delhi: The Congress" plenary session will be held in Chhattisgarh"s Raipur in the second half of February next year, sources said on Sunday after a meeting of the party"s steering committee. BOM2 MP-CONG-YATRA Rahul Gandhi resumes Bharat Jodo Yatra in Agar Malwa on last day of Madhya Pradesh leg Agar Malwa: The Bharat Jodo Yatra led by Congress MP Rahul Gandhi resumed on Sunday from Agar Malwa district on the last day of its Madhya Pradesh leg and will enter Rajasthan in the evening. DEL20 PILOT-YATRA-INTERVIEW Rajasthan Cong fully united, focused on making Bharat Jodo Yatra historic in state: Pilot New Delhi: Dismissing apprehensions that infighting may affect the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Rajasthan, senior Congress leader Sachin Pilot on Sunday said the party"s state unit is "fully united" and focussed on ensuring that the Yatra is even more successful than it has been in other states. By Asim Kamal DEL21 DL-POLLS-MCD 2ND LD VOTING 9 per cent turnout recorded in MCD polls till 10.30 am New Delhi: A nine per cent voter turnout was recorded till 10.30 am in the high-stakes civic election in Delhi which is largely been seen as a three-way contest among the AAP, BJP and Congress. DEL13 CONG-KHARGE Kharge makes strong pitch for fixing accountability in Cong organisation at key meet New Delhi, Dec 4 (PTI) Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge on Sunday strongly pitched for organisational accountability from top to bottom, and said those unable to fulfil their responsibilities will have to make way for their colleagues. BOM1 MP-CHEETAHS-SOUTH AFRICA MoU delay holds up translocation of South African cheetahs to India; 12 big cats in quarantine since July Bhopal: A dozen cheetahs quarantined in South Africa for more than four months have lost fitness in their wait to be flown to Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno National Park (KNP) as a formal signing of an agreement is holding up their inter-continental translocation, wildlife experts have said. By Lemuel Lall CAL6 NL-OTING MASSACRE-MEMORIAL We can forgive, but can"t forget: Nagaland villagers a year after army ops claimed 14 lives Oting (Nagaland): They have burnt down the grass to rid the spot where fellow villagers were gunned down on this day a year ago of the stench and stains of the blood that was spilled. By Sushmita Goswami & Narayan Bahadur Sagar MDS1 TN-CONG-CLP-LD INTERVIEW TN Congress chief Alagiri used "unparliamentary" words, says legislature party leader Chennai: Tamil Nadu Congress Committee (TNCC) President K S Alagiri used "unparliamentary" words in a meeting following a scuffle at party headquarters over postings, Congress legislature party (CLP) leader K Selvaperunthagai alleged and said the party workers are dissatisfied with him. DEL26 BSF-BORDER BSF effectively guarding against infiltration, smuggling: MoS Rai Amritsar: The Border Security Force (BSF) has been effectively thwarting the growing challenges of infiltration, drugs and arms smuggling and the menace of drones from across the border, Union minister Nityanand Rai said here on Sunday. By Neelabh Srivastava GUJARAT ELECTIONS BOM4 ELECTIONS-GUJARAT-HOT SEATS-JAMALPUR KHADIA Gujarat elections: Congress faces AIMIM competitor in battle for Muslim votes in Jamalpur Khadia Ahmedabad: The contest for the Muslim-dominated Jamalpur Khadia Assembly constituency in Ahmedabad city has become a three-cornered one with the entry of Asaduddin Owaisi-led AIMIM, a cause of worry especially for Congress as the AIMIM nominee is a former MLA of the Grand Old Party who had contested as an Independent in 2012 resulting in the victory for BJP from the seat. By Kumar Anand BOM5 ELECTIONS-GUJARAT-AHMEDABAD Gujarat polls: 16 seats in Ahmedabad crucial for BJP as apart from Cong, AAP and AIMIM also jump into fray Ahmedabad: Sixteen urban Assembly seats in Ahmedabad city, which go to polls in the second phase of the Gujarat polls on Monday, are crucial for the Bharatiya Janata Party which has always enjoyed an upper hand here in the elections since 1990. By Prashant Thakor FOREIGN FES12 PAK-AVIATION-PLAN Pak working on comprehensive plan to operationalise long closed airports; revive civil aviation assets: Report Islamabad: Pakistan has started working on a comprehensive plan for the operationalisation of long-closed airports on a commercial basis to boost regional connectivity and revive civil aviation assets worth billions of dollars that are lying idle in the country, a media report said on Sunday. By Sajjad Hussain NSD NSD


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  • Sunday | 4th December, 2022