A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Rajnath Singh to attend SAARC meet in Pakistan next month: This will be the first visit to the country by a senior Indian leader after the Pathankot attack.
  2. 'Narendra Modi could have me killed,' claims Arvind Kejriwal in a 10-minute video: The clip titled 'Arvind Kejriwal's message to the common man' was released by the AAP at a time when 11 of its lawmakers have been arrested in various cases.
  3. Cabinet approves major changes to GST Bill, drops 1% levy on inter-state sales: Other amendments include promising 100% compensation to states for five years and a withdrawal of the 1% levy on manufacturing.
  4. Uttarakhand CM Harish Rawat backtracks after saying Chinese troops entered state early this month: Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju said it was not a big intrusion, but a 'small incident at the border'.
  5. Toll from Assam floods reaches 13, Kaziranga National Park 90% under water: Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal asked all legislators to help relief operations in their constituencies.
  6. There has never been a man or woman as qualified as Hillary to be president, says Barack Obama after Tim Kaine accepts Democratic vice-presidential nomination: The US president said she was better suited for his role than him and former President Bill Clinton. 
  7. Missing driver who had poaching evidence against Salman Khan reappears, says he was threatened: Harish Dulani told NDTV that he maintains his original statement that the actor "got off the car and shot the deer”.
  8. Government apologises after Startup India retweets two questionable tweets, employee quits: Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has blamed the private agency hired to handle the account for the mistake.
  9. Uttarakhand's AYUSH department launches sanjeevani herb expedition: The state unit has set up a team to look for the mythical Ayurvedic herb, mentioned in the Ramayana, in the Dronagiri range near Dehradun.
  10. Wrestler Narsingh Yadav fails second dope test after alleging first one was a conspiracy: The 26-year-old had filed a police complaint alleging that his food had been spiked by a teenager who had represented India in junior international tournaments.