A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Driver Shyamvar Rai made approver by CBI in Sheena Bora murder case, granted pardon: Rai is prime accused Indrani Mukerjea’s former driver and earlier told a Mumbai court that he was present at the spot when Mukerjea’s daughter was killed.
  2. Yoga is irrelevant unless ban on alcohol is imposed, says Nitish Kumar: The Bihar chief minister urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to implement prohibition in states ruled by the Bharatiya Janata Party.
  3. Australia will hold a referendum on same-sex marriages this year, says its prime minister: He said if the Liberal Party of Australia is voted back to power in the July 2 election, parliament will swiftly legislate for a plebiscite by August.
  4. Supreme Court refuses to stay culling of nilgai, other animals across northern states: The apex court was hearing a plea against government notifications declaring the species vermin on the basis that they caused harm to crops in the region.
  5. Key accused in Bihar topper scam arrested by special investigation team in Varanasi: The SIT also arrested his wife, a former JD(U) legislator.
  6. At least 14 foreign security guards killed in suicide bomb blast in Kabul: The Taliban has taken responsibility for the attack that was followed by an attempt to kill an MP in the eastern part of the city.
  7. Cleveland Cavaliers defeat Golden State Warriors in Game 7 to win NBA Finals 4-3: LeBron James inspired the Cavaliers to a 93-89 win over the Warriors in the deciding game of the championship.
  8. Markets recover after initial slump following Raghuram Rajan's announcement on second term: In the early trading hours, the rupee fell by around 1% on Monday to 67.08 per dollar, but the currency gained around 20 paise later.
  9. After Siddaramaiah reshuffles Karnataka Cabinet, unhappy party workers hold protests across state: Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge's son was inducted as Minister of State after 14 'non-performing' ministers were dropped on Saturday.
  10. Delhi University denies RTI plea seeking information on Narendra Modi’s degree: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the move 'deepened the mystery' surrounding the matter.