Here’s what’s making the news right now:

1. Five arrested for attacks on African nationals in Delhi, after Sushma Swaraj meets Rajnath Singh: The home minister directed police to take strict action against the perpetrators, but police denied that the incidents were motivated by racism.

2. At anniversary event, Narendra Modi says BJP has curbed corruption despite Opposition’s obstructions: The prime minister was addressing the country’s citizens from India Gate, where the NDA government was holding its “Ek Nayi Subah” celebrations.

3. At least 30% of driving licences used in India are fake, says Nitin Gadkari: To ensure complete transparency, the government is going to introduce an online system to issue driving permits, the transport minister said.

4. IPL final: Sunrisers Hyderabad defeat Royal Challengers Bangalore by eight runs to win title: Bangalore could only score 200/7 in response to Hyderabad's 208/7.

5. Violence after V Narayanasamy declared new chief minister of Puducherry: Supporters of A Namassivayam, who was a strong contender for the post, resorted to violence to express their anger over the choice.

6. Jat body plans peaceful protest on June 5, as Haryana heightens security in seven districts: The ‘Jat Nyay’ rally is being organised as the state has failed to keep its promise to release those arrested during February’s agitations, a Jat leader said.

7. BJP to contest Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections on its own, says Mahesh Sharma: The Union minister said the party will not turn the Ayodhya Ram temple matter into a political issue, but it will focus on growth and good governance instead.

8. Italian marine accused of killing Indian fishermen returns home: Salvatore Girone received a warm welcome on reaching Rome’s Ciampino airport, following the Supreme Court order that relaxed his bail conditions last week.

9. NSG membership is not about arms race, US says in reaction to Pakistan opposing India’s bid: State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner said the group is about peaceful civil use of nuclear energy and that Islamabad must understand that.

10. Villages damaged, pilgrims stranded and animals buried under debris following cloudbursts in Uttarakhand: There was heavy rain in the Balganga valley during the day, and people were alert enough to run to safety, an official in charge said.