Four dead in polling station attack
Four have people died after a separatist rebel in north-east India opened fire at a police station where election voting was being held.
The police superintendent of Manipur's state district of Chandel said the gunman had posed as a voter in line, but then pulled out a revolver inside the building and started shooting indiscriminately.
Superintendent Priyo Kumar Singh said the gunman killed two election workers, a paramilitary officer and a woman.
The gunman is believed to have been a member of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland, which has been fighting for decades for an independent homeland. About two million Nagas live in north-east India bordering Burma.