A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Poliovirus detected in water sample in Hyderabad, Telangana declares ‘global emergency’: A mass vaccination drive will be conducted from June 20 to 26, in which more than three lakh children will be inoculated in the city and Ranga Reddy district.
  2. Cabinet approves new civil aviation policy that caps fares for hour-long flights at Rs 2,500: The new rules also simplify norms for airlines to fly abroad.
  3. IISc, IITs figure among top 50 institutions in QS Asia university rankings: The list was led by National University of Singapore and the University of Hong Kong.
  4. In two years, NDA has cleared 75% of industrial projects in and around wildlife habitats: The previous UPA government's rejection rate for projects because of wildlife concerns was 12.2%, while the NDA's has been 1.29%, a CSE study found.
  5. NGO moves Supreme Court against 'Udta Punjab': Punjab-based Human Rights Awareness Association has challenged the Bombay High Court order, claiming that the film on drug abuse depicts the state poorly.
  6. No grand alliance against BJP for Uttar Pradesh elections, says JD(U): The leader of the state's ruling Samajwadi Party, Mulayam Singh Yadav, earlier said he was never interested in any alliance for the upcoming 2017 polls.
  7. Orlando shooter Omar Mateen's wife knew he was planning the attack: The assailant's high school classmates said he celebrated the attack on the World Trade Center towers on September 11, 2001.
  8. Facebook launches updated tools to help prevent suicide in India: Users can anonymously ‘report’ posts indicative of suicidal tendencies, after which the seemingly distressed person will be prompted with helpful steps.
  9. Hillary Clinton wins Democratic primary in Washington DC, set to meet with Bernie Sanders: With this final presidential primary, she said she hoped for the Vermont senator’s support to stop the ‘serious threat’ posed by Donald Trump.
  10. Gregory Rabassa, translator who helped introduce Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dead at 94: He also translated the work of writers like Mario Vargas Llosa and Julio Cortazar, propelling the Latin American writing boom in the 1960s.