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Terror attack in Kashmir's Baramulla: 1 BSF jawan killed, 1 injured

Late on 2 October, a 'fidayeen' (suicide) attack was carried out by terrorists on a BSF and other adjoining army camps in Baramulla, killing one BSF jawan and leaving another injured.

This incident comes barely four days after the Indian Special Forces smashed seven terror launch pads during a surgical strike across the Line of Control (LoC).

The terrorists, who gained entry into the 46 RR camp through an adjoining BSF camp, fired indiscriminately and lobbed grenades as well. During the firing, two BSF jawans were injured who were rushed to the nearby hospital, officials said, adding one of the personnel succumbed to injuries at the operation table.

Cauvery water dispute : Karnataka cabinet to convene special legislature session to discuss SC order

The Karnataka Cabinet is set to convene a special legislature session on 3 October to discuss and take a call on the apex court order that has directed the state to release 6,000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu.

Refusing to budge from its stand a day after the Supreme Court gave the "last opportunity" to comply with its order, the state questioned the constitution of the Cauvery Water Management Board and decided to file a review petition in this regard on Monday.

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah spelled out the state's stand to reporters after an all-party meeting convened by him told the government not to release "at any cost" 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu as directed by the Supreme Court, and to oppose the formation of the Board.

Nitish Katara murder case: Supreme Court to pronounce verdict on quantum of sentence today

On 3 October, the Supreme Court is set to decide on the quantum of sentence to be awarded to the convicts in the Nitish Katara murder case.

A bench of Justices Dipak Misra and C Nagappan will pronounce the verdict on the appeals filed by Vikas Yadav and his cousin Vishal against the Delhi High Court order which had enhanced the life term to 25 years in jail without remission and an additional five years for destruction of evidence in the case by terming the murder of Katara as 'honour killing'.

Yadavs' acquaintance Sukhdev Yadav alias Pehelwan was also awarded an enhanced life sentence of 25 years without remission by the court which held that the crime fell in 'rarest of rare category', but saved them from the gallows saying possibility of their reformation and rehabilitation is not 'unforseeably foreclosed'.

Kim Kardashian held at gunpoint in Paris, husband Kanye abandons concert midway citing 'family emergency'

Late on 2 October, Kanye West stopped his concert at the Meadows Festival midway, and rushed out fom the venue at New York's Citi Field stadium, citing a 'family emergency', which turned out to be news of his wife and socialite Kim Kardashian being held at gunpoint in her hotel room in Paris.

Reports suggest that Kim K was in her hotel room in Paris, when two masked men dressed at policemen barged in, held her at gunpoint and robbed her.

"Kim Kardashian West was held up at gunpoint inside her Paris hotel room this evening, by two armed masked men dressed as police officers. She is badly shaken but physically unharmed," spokesperson Ina Treciokas told CNN.