A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Emergency in Delhi, says Arvind Kejriwal after police arrest AAP MLA during press conference: Dinesh Mohaniya, the vice chairman of the Jal Board, was accused of misbehaving with a group of women who had complained of water problems.
  2. Centre says the draft National Forest Policy it had made public was a mistake: The ministry claimed the document uploaded on its website was merely study report, and an actual policy has yet to be finalised.
  3. Al-Shabab militants kill at least 14 in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu during siege on hotel: Security forces managed to take control several hours after the attack began with a suicide bomber detonating explosives on the street outside.
  4. Bihar topper scam: Police arrest Ruby Rai who scored highest in Arts after she failed re-test: The Special Investigation Team will produce the 17-year-old student in court on Sunday.
  5. Defence Ministry approves proposal to buy 145 Howitzer artillery guns from the US: Of these, 120 will be assembled in India in partnership with Mahindra, while the rest will be received in flyaway condition.
  6. Prime Minister Narendra Modi launches Smart City projects in Pune: As many as 14 projects are designated for Pune alone, and 69 projects are earmarked for 19 other cities across the country.
  7. Eight jawans killed, more than 20 hurt after militants open fire at a CRPF bus in Jammu & Kashmir: The CRPF commandant said while two terrorists have been killed, the operation is still underway as two others are believed to be hiding in the area.
  8. Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti wins Anantnag polls by more than 11,000 votes: The newly-inducted chief minister needed to win this election to join the state legislature.
  9. At least 7,000 girls do not have proper toilet facilities in Haryana schools, reveals study: According to a National University of Educational Planning and Administration survey, girls' toilets in 52 schools are not in working condition.
  10. Leaders of six European Union founding nations meet to discuss Brexit: Germany, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Belgium and Luxembourg attended the meeting called by Germany’s foreign minister.