1. More than 3,000 suspects arrested in Bangladesh in crackdown to end minority killings: The suspects, including militants, were caught during a series of raids that were launched following the murder of a senior policeman’s wife last week.

2. 12 minors, 16 others rescued from two self-proclaimed godmen in Mumbai’s Kandivali area: They were reportedly forced to come to Mumbai by their villages in other states and mistreated, starved, forced to stand on one leg and chant prayers nonstop.

3. In Rajya Sabha polls, all SP candidates win in Uttar Pradesh, BJP takes all four seats in Rajasthan: Legislators in Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Haryana voted on Saturday.

4. Narendra Dabholkar murder accused was in touch with 2009 Goa blast conspirator, says report: Investigators found emails exchanged between Dr Virendra Tawde and Sanatan Sanstha member Sarang Akolkar, who is wanted in the Margao blast case.

5. No electricity since independence, Gujarat’s Shiyal Bet island lights up for the first time: All families on the island will be given electricity connections free of cost, along with two LED bulbs to minimise their power bills.

6. Two Pakistani drug smugglers killed, one injured by BSF in Punjab’s Fazilka district: Some 15 kg of suspected heroin and weapons were seized from the smugglers’ Indian aides near the Indo-Pak border.

7. JEE (advanced) results declared, Jaipur's Aman Bansal tops exam: Nearly 2 lakh students had appeared for the exam, which is held across the country for admissions to engineering courses.

8. ED attaches property worth Rs 1,411 crore belonging to Vijay Mallya: The Enforcement Directorate said the action was related to a case involving IDBI bank and the transfer of funds to Kingfisher Airlines.

9. Government won’t ban Udta Punjab, but AAP is trying to use it to defame the state, says Akali Dal: SAD leaders said the Aam Aadmi Party had links with the filmmakers as Sameer Nair, the CEO of co-producers Balaji Telefilms, was once a member of the party.

10. Aviation Ministry announces series of passenger-friendly measures, including new refund rules: Excess baggage will not be charged more than Rs 100 per kg, up to five kg beyond the limit, while refunds will be applicable on all fares now.