A look at the biggest headlines right now:

1. Congress veteran Kamal Nath resigns as Punjab in-charge days after appointment: There was an outcry after he was appointed, because of his alleged involvement in the anti-Sikh riots in 1984.

2. The central government will rely on buffer stocks and imports to deal with price rise of essential food items: The decision was taken on Wednesday when Finance Minister Arun Jaitley met agriculture, food, urban development and commerce ministers and their secretaries.

3. Copy of Udta Punjab leaked online, taken down soon after: The torrent file appeared to be a version submitted to the Central Board of Film Certification.

4. Ishrat Jahan report says missing files were “removed knowingly or unknowingly, or misplaced”: The Congress has rejected the panel's findings, with party spokesperson Ajay Maken saying he did not think files would be lost under former Home Minister P Chidambaram.

5. Cairo says main EgyptAir plane wreckage has been found in Mediterranean: A deep ocean search vessel identified main locations where wreckage was seen, and provided images to the search investigation committee.

6. Kairana row: Team from Opposition to visit district after inquiry finds holes in BJP claims: State investigators said only nine people from the list of 346 Hindus given by BJP’s Hukum Singh left the district because of harassment.

7. Petrol price increased by 5 paise per litre, diesel by Rs 1.26 a litre: This is the fourth hike in the cost of fuel since May 1.

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. 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.

10. 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'.