Here’s what’s making news at the moment:

1. India posts fastest GDP growth in five years at 7.6%: The growth rates of 9.3% in the manufacturing sector and 2.3% in the farming sector were the main contributors to the economic spike in the fourth quarter of 2015-’16.

2. Pulgaon fire was not a case of sabotage, says Manohar Parrikar: At least 20 people were killed and 15 others were injured in the massive blaze at a central ammunition depot.

3. Sonia Gandhi says allegation that Robert Vadra owns a benami mansion in London is a conspiracy: The Congress chief’s son-in-law is under the lens for claims that an arms dealer bought a Rs 19-crore proxy-owned property for him in London’s Bryanston Square.

4. Meat found at Mohammad Akhlaq’s house in Dadri lynching case was of cow or its progeny, says new lab report: Uttar Pradesh police chief Javed Ahmed said that this "does not diminish the case as murder is an offence".

5. Of 46 million slaves in the world, India accounts for 18 million, suggests Global Slavery Index: While slavery has the highest prevalence in North Korea, India ranks highest in numbers.

6. Death of Congolese student in Delhi not a racial attack, says Sushma Swaraj: The external affairs minister met with a delegation of African students, during which she assured them that the Centre will initiate sensitisation programmes.

7. You will have to pay more for air and rail tickets, restaurant and phone bills from tomorrow: The 0.5% Krishi Kalyan Cess will come into effect on June 1, and all taxable services will be charged an effective service tax of 15%.

8. Schools may put up anti-tobacco messages to warn children about its effects: The Health Ministry is reportedly planning to either have warnings printed on textbook covers or distribute posters to be put up in school premises.

9. Trai seeks to define net neutrality in India, releases pre-consultation paper: The telecom regulator wants to put into place an overall framework for internet usage in the country and deal with issues such as restricted internet access.

10. Former Miss Turkey convicted for insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Instagram: A court handed her a 14-month suspended sentence, saying she would serve it if she commits the crime again.