A look at the headlines right now:
1. India won’t count bullets if Pakistan fires first, says Rajnath Singh: Referring to the attack in Pampore in which eight jawans were killed, the home affairs minister said the neighbouring country was trying to destabilise India.
2. National Conference claims Mehbooba Mufti said she was ashamed as a Muslim after Pampore attack: The Opposition party in Jammu and Kashmir criticised the CM after she allegedly made the remark at the wreath laying ceremony of the jawans killed on Saturday.
3. Scottish independence referendum ‘highly likely’ after Brexit vote, says First Minister Nicola Sturgeon: The context and circumstances from 2014, when Scotland had voted to remain part of the United Kingdom, have changed, the Scottish National Party leader said.
4. In his Mann Ki Baat address, Narendra Modi hailed democracy in India: The prime minister also congratulated students who contributed to ISRO’s launch of 20 satellites and commended International Yoga Day celebrations.
5. India and Nepal to link 8,000 pillars along the border to Global Navigation Satellite System: The decision made at the three-day meeting of the Nepal–India Boundary Working Group is aimed at better management and surveillance.
6. India to become full member of Missile Technology Control Regime today: Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar will sign the document of accession into MTCR in the presence of the ambassadors of Luxembourg, France and the Netherlands, MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup said.
7. Chile defeat Argentina 4-2 on penalties to win Copa America: Lionel Messi missed scoring in the penalty shootout, and Chile went on to defend the title they won last year.
8. Iraqi forces retake Fallujah from Islamic State militants: Troops gained control of the city’s Jolan area, which was the terror outfit’s last stronghold in Fallujah, located 50 km west of Baghdad, a spokesperson said.
9. Three more Indian athletes qualify for Rio Olympics: Long jumper Ankit Sharma, sprinter Srabani Nanda and archer Atanu Das will all represent India in the Games in August.
10. Manish Sisodia, 52 AAP MLAs stopped by police during march to Narendra Modi’s official home: Accused of misconduct at the Ghazipur vegetable market, the Delhi deputy chief minister had said he will ‘surrender’ before the charges are misused against him.