The big news: Censor board will have some 'very radical changes' soon, and nine other top stories
Scientists have transformed carbon dioxide into stone, and Google Street View fails to get security clearance from government.
A look at the headlines right now:
1. Censor board a 'little conservative', will have some radical changes soon, says Arun Jaitley: Congress' chief ministerial candidate Captain Amarinder Singh said he will screen an uncut version of Udta Punjab in drugs smuggling hub Manjitha on June 17.
2. Scientists have successfully transformed carbon dioxide into stone, finding could help store the gas: Researchers said this was a major breakthrough as it makes it possible to convert excess CO2 and keep it below the earth's surface in solid form.
3. Google Street View fails to get clearance from Narendra Modi government: A technical panel of the defence ministry is believed to have said that such geospatial information can be easily misused by terrorists.
4. 400 people are killed in road accidents every day, says government report: The number of people who died on the country’s roads last year stood at 1.46 lakh.
5. Rajnath Singh is likely to play a key role in BJP's Uttar Pradesh election campaign: The saffron party will decide on the exact role of the Union home minister at the national executive meeting in Allahabad this weekend.
6. Election Commission won't cancel Rajya Sabha polls in Karnataka: The poll watchdog said the sting videos did not provide enough proof to support the horse trading allegations.
7. Kidney racket: 20 illegal surgeries were conducted in Apollo in the past 18 months, reveals key accused: The court sent T Rajukumar Rao to four days in police custody and investigators are likely to arrest his wife as well.
8. Water scarcity cost coal power companies Rs 2,400 crore, says Greenpeace: According to the report, such companies across the country have lost nearly seven billion units in electricity generation in the past five months.
9. Maneka Gandhi slams Prakash Javadekar over his ministry's approval to animal culling: The Women and Child Development Minister accused the Environment Ministry of carrying out state-mandated killing of protected wild animals.
10. Barack Obama backs Hillary Clinton for President of the United States: He announced his support officially after meeting Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.