A look at the current headlines:
1. In Mathura clashes, two policemen were among 22 killed, 124 arrested so far: The fighting ensued after police tried to evict illegal occupants, reportedly members of the Swadheen Bharat Vidhik Satyagrahi, from a land in Jawahar Bagh.
2. Indian gunman behind UCLA shooting had a ‘kill list’, had shot his wife before targeting former professor: In a now-deleted blog post, Mainak Sarkar, 38, had alleged that Professor William Klug had stolen his computer code and given it to another student.
3. India joins a regime to control proliferation of ballistic missile: India has joined the Hague Code of Conduct by notifying the HCoC Central Contact in Vienna through diplomatic channels, Spokesperson for the External Affairs Ministry Vikas Swarup said.
4. Louvre museum to evacuate artwork in flood-hit Paris as River Seine swells: The decision was made after Seine overflowed, threatening valuable treasures kept in the underground reserves of the riverside landmark.
5. US Senator Ben Cardin criticises human rights violations in India: Talking about religious intolerance and extra-judicial killings, he said the matter will be discussed during Narendra Modi’s visit to the United States next week.
6. Soon, Hindus from Pakistan and Bangladesh can claim Indian citizenship: The Centre plans to amend to the Citizenship Act, following which the refugees – minority citizens in their countries – will not be tagged ‘illegal immigrants’.
7. Thirty more dead tiger cubs found in infamous Thai temple: This comes a day after wildlife officials recovered the carcasses of 40 tiger cubs from a freezer at the temple.
8. India will not have a power deficit this year for the first time in history, says government data: The country will have a power surplus of 3.1% during peak hours and 1.1% during non-peak hours during 2016-17.
9. Thirty-six acquitted in Gulberg society massacre, 24 convicted by special court: Bharatiya Janata Party corporator Bipin Patel, one of the accused, was also given a clean chit in the case.
10. Karnataka legislators caught in sting operation seeking bribes for their votes in Rajya Sabha polls: The video purportedly showed four MLAs discussing money for their votes for Congress or JD(S) nominees in four seats, ahead of the June 11 election.