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J&K: 1 soldier killed, 1 civilian injured as Pakistan violates ceasefire

One Indian soldier was killed and a civilian was injured as Pakistan violated ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir's KG sector of Poonch on 6 November. The violation of ceasefire comes three days after two women were killed and a child was severely injured in another shelling episode in Manjakote sector of Rajouri district.

According to media reports, the ceasefire was violated around 2am and since then the Border Security Force (BSF) is aptly retaliating to the firing initiated by Pakistan.

The injured civilian has been admitted to a nearby district hospital for immediate medical aid.

A 14-month-old child was injured in cross-border firing and continues to be critical in Manjakote sector.

Authorities in Kashmir have already evacuated hundreds of people from villages along the frontier with Pakistan following frequent ceasefire violations.

After NDTV India, govt bans News Time Assam for 'violating' guidelines

After NDTV India, the government has ordered that an Assam-based news channel be taken off air for a day, following the recommendations of a high- level panel which felt it had "violated" guidelines on more than one occasion.

An I&B Ministry order dated 2 November, has sought that the channel 'News Time Assam,'be taken off air on 9 November.

One of the allegations against the channel is that it revealed the identity of a minor who had been brutally tortured while working as a domestic help. Observing that the visuals telecast by the channel appeared to compromise the privacy and dignity of the child, while also exposing him to harm and stigma, a showcause notice was issued to the channel in October 2013.

Watch: Donald Trump rushed off stage after gun scare in Nevada

Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump who was addressing a campaign rally in Nevada, was rushed off stage by the secret service officers after a gun scare on 6 November.

Just when the security officials sensed a threat to Trump, they swarmed in to protect the Republican nominee and detained the man who apparently posed a threat to Trump. According to report, chaos broke out after a person in the rally screamed "gun".

However, no weapon was recovered from the man detained after he was escorted out in handcuffs by police.

FBI warns of possible terror attack around US election day

As Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton enter their last three days of campaigning in the U.S presidential election, the New York authorities have been put on high alert after receiving inputs about a possible terror attack on the eve of the US presidential elections.

According to various media reports, Joint terrorism task forces have been alerted about the threat by the US intelligence officials.

Mayor Bill de Blasio claimed that he had learned of the threat several days ago during classified briefings. De Blasio told WNYCs Brian Lehrer on his weekly radio show, that the authorities are still trying to assess the credibility as they are not completely sure about how true it is, asserting that they were in a "vigilant" position.

With Delhi turning into 'gas chamber' Kejriwal seeks Centre's intervention