A look at the headlines right now:
1. Raghuram Rajan not to continue as RBI governor after September: In a message to the apex bank's staff on Saturday, he said he will not take a second term after his current one ends on September 4.
2. Vijay Mallya came uninvited to London event attended by Indian High Commissioner, says MEA: The Indian High Commissioner reportedly walked out of a book launch after he realised the former liquor baron was present among the crowd.
3. Udta Punjab earns Rs 10 crore on first day: A statement from its producers said the best response was from northern parts of India, especially Punjab and Delhi.
4. India’s polio-free status is not under threat, says WHO: The South Asia Regional Office said no child in the country had been affected by the wild poliovirus since 2011.
5. Mamta Kulkarni named co-accused in drug racket case, say Thane police: Police will request Interpol for a red corner notice against her since she is believed to be living in Mombasa with her husband, also an accused in the case.
6. AAP criticises Arun Jaitley after the Union minister accuses party of manipulating the media: Somnath Bharti also questioned the finance minister for spending crores to celebrate the second anniversary of the BJP government.
7. Belgium police arrest 12 after threats of another terror attack: Security officials were reportedly warned about a group of Islamic State militants planning new attacks in Belgium and France.
8. Indian Air Force commissions its first batch of women fighter pilots: Bhawana Kath, Avani Chatuvedi and Mohana Singh will now train for six months on an advanced fighter jet and be assigned fighters and their squadrons.
9. Man arrested for British lawmaker Jo Cox's murder had neo-Nazi ties, say reports: Police have not ascertained accused Thomas Mair's motive behind the MP's killing, but he allegedly has connections with US neo-Nazi body, the National Alliance.
10. Court rejects claim of larger conspiracy behind the 2002 Godhra riots, during hearing of Gulberg society massacre: It concluded that former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri, who was murdered in the incident, had instigated the mob by opening fire on them first.