A look at the headlines right now:

  1. British Prime Minister David Cameron to resign after UK votes to leave European Union: Pro-independence leaders such as UKIP's Nigel Farage demanded his resignation.
  2. Infosys employee hacked to death at Chennai's Nungambakkam railway station: Police said 24-year-old Swathi was waiting for her train to work when a man approached her and he attacked her after they had a heated discussion.
  3. No breakthrough yet for India at NSG meet in Seoul: After China’s snub, several countries attending the plenary session raised questions about India’s membership.  
  4. Maharashtra makes Ayurveda doctor medical council registrar, Indian Medical Association moves court: The association said Dr Dilip Wange already has many responsibilities, he won't be able to do justice to his present appointment.
  5. Doesn't matter what Arun Jaitley says, I talk to the PM, Subramanian Swamy: The BJP leader took a dig at the finance minister while shifting his attack from Arvind Subramanian to Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das.
  6. We are determined to keep our unity at 27, says president of European Council after Brexit vote: Donald Tusk said the EU countries will meet next week to discuss its future without Britain.
  7. 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.
  8. International markets taken a beating as Britain votes to stay out of the EU: Sensex opened 900 points down, while the pound dropped to a 31-year low and is expected to suffer its biggest one-day loss in history.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.