A look at the major headlines right now:

1. Narendra Modi reaches Switzerland, black money and NSG membership on his agenda: The prime minister is also likely to discuss renewable energy and vocational education, fields that the alpine country dominates.

2. Court to pronounce quantum of sentence in Gulberg Society massacre case today: A special court had convicted 24 and acquitted 36 accused in the matter on June 2.

3. Uttar Pradesh launches investigation into the Mathura clashes that left 29 dead: Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav increased the compensation to the two slain police officers from Rs 20 lakh to Rs 50 lakh.

4. Centre announces Rs 19,762-crore package to decongest Delhi: The Urban Development Ministry has recommended a set of stringent measures, including the introduction of a Congestion Tax.

5. Indian writer Parashar Kulkarni wins 2016 Commonweatlh Short Story Prize: The judging panel praised Kulkarni’s piece, ‘Cow and Company’, for its ability to deal with serious issues in a humorous manner.

6. Swiss citizens vote against universal basic income plan after robots vs humans debate: In a national referendum, 76.9% of voters rejected a proposal to introduce a monthly income of 2,500 Swiss francs per adult regardless of how much they work.

7. Journalist, interpreter for US radio network NPR killed in Afghanistan ambush: David Gilkey and Zabihullah Tamanna were travelling on an assignment accompanied by an army unit when they were attacked.

8. Novak Djokovic crushes Andy Murray to win first ever French Open title: The World No 1 was in scintillating form, dispatching Andy Murray 3-6 6-1 6-2 6-4 to win the men’s singles trophy.

9. At least 17 dead after luxury bus crashes into two cars on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway: The bus, travelling from Satara, fell into a 20-ft ditch off the highway.

10. Jat agitation restarts, Haryana government deploys 48 companies of paramilitary forces, blocks internet services: Community members are demanding that those arrested in the last agitation be released, as promised by the state.