Tuesday morning news brief, October 3

Tuesday morning brief Oct 3 2017
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Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
Terrorists attacked a BSF camp near Srinagar International airport on Tuesday morning. Three soldiers were injured in the attack. The strike took place at 4 am and a fierce exchange of fire between the terrorists and security forces is ongoing. BSF officials said the terrorists are holed up inside a building on the campus of the 182nd Battalion camp. Read more
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59 people were killed after a gunman went on the rampage during a concert in Las Vegas yesterday. More than 500 people were injured in the worst-ever mass shooting attack in the modern history of the US. The gunman, later identified as 64-year-old Stephen Paddock of Mesquite, Nevada, rained down rapid fire from the 32nd floor of a hotel. He killed himself even as a SWAT team stormed into his 32nd floor hideout.
A mammoth cloudburst triggered mayhem in Hyderabad last evening. The city was pounded by 13.25cm of rain in a mere two hours. At least seven people were reported killed. Around 50% of the city was blacked out after the rain and several areas were inundated in the two-hour deluge.
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BJP national chief Amit Shah asked Congress V-P Rahul Gandhi to ‘take off (his) Italian glasses’. Shah was addressing a rally in Porbandar, ahead of the Gujarat elections scheduled to be held in December. He said Rahul should put on “Gujarati spectacles” to see the development that has taken place in Gujarat under BJP rule.
The first shipment of US crude landed in India on Monday. Even after the transport costs, the oil is priced competitively compared to Gulf crude, which India has traditionally been buying. To encourage US crude purchases, the government has allowed refiners to use a foreign rather than an Indian-owned vessel for the purchase.
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