A look at the biggest stories right now:

  1. Mamata Banerjee takes oath as Chief Minister of West Bengal: The Trinamool Congress leader’s cabinet, comprising 41 members, was also sworn in at the event that was attended by several Union ministers and chief ministers.

  2. Maruti Suzuki will recall more than 75,000 units of Baleno and Dzire to fix faulty airbags, fuel filters: The 75,410 Balenos were manufactured between August 3, 2015, and May 16, 2016, and the 15,995 diesel DZires were made between August 3, 2015, and March 22, 2016.

  3. Hyderabad man arrested for assaulting Nigerian student: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has ordered an investigation into the incident where 23-year-old Kazeem was beaten with an iron rod.

  4. Barack Obama becomes first American president to visit Hiroshima: He said the world has a shared responsibility to prevent such disasters from happening again, but said his visit was meant to honour victims and not apologise for the nuclear bombing.

  5. Encounter in Baramulla ends, two militants killed: One Indian soldier was injured in the encounter that began early on Friday morning in the Tangmarg area of the Kashmiri district Baramulla.

  6. IAS officer from Madhya Pradesh transferred allegedly after praising Jawaharlal Nehru on Facebook: Ajay Singh Gangwar has now deleted his post, which was put up last week, after it went viral.

  7. Tamil Nadu Governor asks for elections to be held in two seats where polls were deferred by June 1: In a letter to the chief election commissioner, K Rosaiah recommended that polls in Aravakurichi and Thanjavur be held at the earliest.

  8. Manchester United confirm signing of Jose Mourinho as new manager: The 53-year-old has signed a three-year contract, replacing Louis Van Gaal.

  9. Africa is also unsafe, Union minister says after Congolese man’s murder in Delhi: Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma responded to a debate on racism in India after African leaders threatened to boycott Africa Day celebrations following Olivier Masonga Kitanda’s death.

  10. Seven al Shabab men convicted in Uganda for 2010 World Cup bombings: The attacks in a rugby club and Ethiopian restaurant killed 76 people.