A look at the biggest headlines right now:

  1. BJP and Congress too had appointed legislators as parliamentary secretaries, says Arvind Kejriwal: The Delhi CM made public an order dated May 7, 1997, which shows that the then BJP government had appointed MLA Nand Kishore Garg as parliamentary secretary.
  2. Copy of Udta Punjab leaked online, taken down soon after: The torrent file appeared to be a version of the film submitted to the Central Board of Film Certification, though there was no official confirmation on the developments.
  3. India complete clean sweep over Zimbabwe, win by 10 wickets in third ODI: Zimbabwe were shot out for 123 in 42.2 overs, with their last eight wickets falling for 34 runs in a familiar collapse.
  4. Need to change attitude that punishes women for their sexuality, but gives men a pat, says Barack Obama: The US president said the change is taking place, but people 'need to be more intentional about it'.
  5. Retirement age for Central Health Service doctors raised to 65: The Cabinet gave its go-ahead to a proposal by the Health Ministry, which seeks to meet the shortfall in medical care across the country.
  6. Not enough evidence to link coffee to cancer, says World Health Organization: The International Agency for Research on Cancer said drinking 'very hot' beverages, however, can raise the risk of the disease.
  7. ED files chargesheet with focus on middleman Christian Michel in VVIP chopper scam: In the second chargesheet filed in the case, the agency said the British middleman got around Rs 225 crore from AgustaWestland to pay bribes.
  8. US Senate rejects Bill to make India a strategic defence partner: Top Republican Senator John McCain had introduced the legislation a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi had addressed the US Congress.
  9. 30 dead as bus skids off hill in Meghalaya: Eyewitnesses say the driver of the Guwahati-bound vehicle was speeding and lost control of it near a gorge.
  10. Police arrest main accused in Mathura violence: According to Uttar Pradesh police officials, Chandan Bose and three others orchestrated the incident that left 29 dead.