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Rajasthan: Ink thrown at Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal in Bikaner

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal suffered an ink attack, on 4 October, late evening in Bikaner where he had gone to attend a condolence meeting. The meeting took place at local AAP leader's house.

According to a report in NDTV, Dinesh Ojha, accused the CM of being anti-national and threw ink on him outside the local AAP leader's house at 10PM.

Ojha, a student leader of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), has been taken into custody, police said, NDTV reported.

At least 1 dead, as multi-storey building collapses in Bengaluru. Rescue ops underway

One person was killed, and several others are feared trapped in the debris, as a five storey building in Bengaluru reportedly collapsed on 5 October. 5 people have been rescued from under the debris so far.

One body has been recovered so far, officials said, as the rescue operations carried out by the State Disaster Response Force are underway.

The incident took place in Bengaluru's Bellandur area, which falls under the jurisdiction of the HSR Layout Police Station.

Gujarat: Pakistani boat seized by BSF; 9 fishermen apprehended

A Pakistani boat was seized today in the Kutch area of Gujarat by Border Security Force (BSF) officials.

According to a PTI report, nine fishermen were also apprehended by the BSF.

Three Pakistani boats have been seized since the surgical strikes on the morning of 29 September.

On 4 October, amid heightened vigil, an empty Pakistani boat was seized by the Border Security Force troops from River Ravi in Punjabs Pathankot sector. According to reports, the boat was empty.

Pakistan denied entry from competing in Kabaddi World Cup hosted by India

The International Kabaddi Federation chief Deoraj Chaturvedi, on 5 October, revealed that Pakistan has been denied entry into the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup which will kick off this week in Ahmedabad, India.

An international news agency quoted Chaturvedi as saying, "This is not the right time to engage with Pakistan."

He further added, "Pakistan is a valuable member of the IKF but looking at the current scenario and in the best interest of both the nations, we decided that Pakistan must be refrained from the championship."

Varanasi: Modi, Nawaz Sharif, Kejriwal star as Ramayana characters in Shiv Sena's over-zealous posters

A poster put up by local Shiv Sena leaders in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's constituency, Varanasi, shows him as Lord Ram while Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif is depicted as Ravana and Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal as 'Meghnad'.

The poster reads: "We need another surgical strike by Modi to end a Ravana-like Pakistan and Meghnad-like Kejriwal, who is a supporter of Pakistan."

Shiv Sena division at Varanasi has been putting up posters in the city echoing BJP's sentiments but in a quirky manner.

Social media has been abuzz with praise for the Indian PM while faith in the BJP Government has been restored and the party is hoping to ride this good wave during the upcoming Assembly election in the state.

Hillary Clinton slams Donald Trump over comments on women

Democratic Party Presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, took a swing at Republican Party Presidential nominee Donald Trump for passing derogatory comments about women's physical appearance. Clinton further accused Trump of taking the physical appearance issue "to a new level of difficulty and meanness."

When a 15-year-old girl asked Clinton about the problem of body image, an international news agency quoted Clinton as saying, "It's shocking when women are called names and judged solely on the basis of physical attributes."

Hilary Clinton, hours before the vice-presidential candidates face off in Virginia in their debate urged the women in Philadelphia to stand up to online bullying.

Jammu and Kashmir: Militants open fire at Police station in Kulgam

On 4 October, unidentified militants fired at a police station in Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir. However, according to reports there was no damage, police said.

A police official told PTI that Militants fired at police station Yaripora in Kulgam at 7:45 pm. He further said that the firing was retaliated by the police personnel.

There are no reports of loss of life or injury to anyone in the firing, the official said.