A look at the current headlines:
1. Hillary Clinton has enough delegates to win the Democratic presidential nomination, says AP: With the support of 2,383 delegates, she could become the first woman candidate for any major political party of the United States.
2. Narendra Modi arrives in the US, to lunch with Barack Obama today: The prime minister is expected to discuss diplomacy, climate change and security with the American president and later address a session of US Congress.
3. RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan keeps key rates unchanged, indicates a wait-and-watch policy: In the fiscal's second monetary policy review, the Central bank announced that the repo rate will remain unchanged at 6.5%, while the reverse repo rate is still 6%.
4. Delhi government sets up panel to investigate kidney racket at Apollo hospital: The committee will review whether there were procedural lapses at the hospital and also provide a set of recommendations on organ trade practices.
5. Arun Jaitley vows to protect bankers who clean up non-performing assets: At a review meeting, the finance minister said the Centre was working on plans to identify bankers dealing with ‘commercially prudent’ settlements of bad loans.
6. After Mathura violence, Akhilesh Yadav government transfers district magistrate, senior police official: The Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear an urgent plea seeking a CBI investigation into the incident.
7. Islamic State burns 19 Yazidi women alive for refusing to have sex with fighters in Iraq: The women were set on fire in iron cages in front of hundreds of people, an eyewitness said.
8. China bars government employees, minors in Muslim-majority Xinjiang from fasting during Ramadan: Local government departments in the province posted notices on their websites declaring the restrictions, and some restaurants were ordered to stay open.
9. ‘Udta Punjab’ producers likely to move court against reported censor cuts: The panel has asked makers of the film to get rid of any reference to Punjab, except for in the title.
Chess legend Viktor Korchnoi dies at 85: He was widely considered the greatest player never to have been world champion.