A look at the headlines right now.
1. UK voted to leave European Union after 43 years, confirms Electoral Commission: The United Kingdom Independence Party's Nigel Farage has called June 23 UK's 'Independence Day'.
2. Sensex opens more than 900 points lower as referendum results point to UK leaving European Union: Nifty is down nearly 300 points, and the rupee dives 74 paise against the dollar in early trade.
3. BJP ropes in ten regional parties for anti-Congress bloc in the North East: Six new parties, including two from Meghalaya and one each from Assam, Mizoram, Sikkim and Tripura, joined the North-East Democratic Alliance.
4. Samajwadi Party's fact-finding team says 160 Muslim families also left Kairana in the past decade: In a report submitted to Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, the delegation named several politicians whose support has led to a spike in crime in the area.
5. Nothing to do with what Jaitley says, I talk to PM, says Subramanian Swamy: The finance minister has supported CEA Arvind Subramanian against Swamy's demand for his suspension.
6. US says it wants to see India’s NSG application considered, after several nations blocked its bid: However, China has said no member that is not party to the NPT will be allowed into the international body.
7. Gene altering technology Crispr that aims to eliminate cancer cells gets nod to conduct human trials: Scientists plan to tweak genes of 18 patients suffering from diseases like myeloma, sarcoma, and melanoma next year if they also get FDA approval.
8. International court asks Tata Sons to pay $1.2 billion for DoCoMo's stakes in joint venture: The Japanese telecom company said the Indian major was ordered to pay since the latter could not find a buyer for DoCoMo's shares.
9. Police shoot dead armed man who opened fire at cinema complex in Germany: Officials did not make it clear what weapon the man used inside the building, but no injuries were reported.
10. Anil Kumble to be Indian cricket team's next coach, BCCI announces: No decision was made on who would be the batting or bowling coach.