A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Section 144 in Shamli district, BJP MLA stops rally to Kairana following border restriction: Sangeet Som also gave the government 15 days to bring back the Hindus who allegedly fled the town, warning that party leaders will take to the streets.
  2. Iraqi forces successfully enter Fallujah, which the Islamic State had taken over in 2014: The troops made major gains and faced little resistance from the militant group, though thousands of citizens were forced to flee for their lives. 
  3. Revlon to buy Elizabeth Arden in Rs 5,835-crore deal: Through this acquisition, the cosmetics firm hopes to profit from the brand’s growing markets in the Asia-Pacific and other regions.
  4. Second recording device of Egyptair flight MS804 recovered: The flight data recorder has information about the altitude, speed and direction of the aircraft before it crashed.
  5. Eleven convicts given life sentence in Gulberg society massacre case, 12 to be jailed for seven years: The prosecution sought death penalty or life imprisonment for all those convicted in the case.
  6. Doctors Without Borders stops taking funds from EU states to protest against their refugee policy: The decision comes into immediate effect and applies to all of their global projects.
  7. Singer Meat Loaf collapses on stage in Canada, reportedly hospitalised: The 68-year-old American artist had cancelled two other concerts owing to illness in the past week.
  8. Bernie Sanders pledges to help stop Donald Trump from becoming the president of United States: In a cryptic speech, the Vermont senator indicated that he will soon start working with Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton on her campaign.
  9. British lawmaker Jo Cox shot dead, Brexit campaigning suspended: The 41-year-old Labour Party MP was a vocal supporter of Britain staying with the European Union.
  10. Caste system practised in India is anti-national, says Amartya Sen: The 82-year-old economist came down heavily on the culture of people being branded anti-national for not 'toeing a certain line'.