A look at the headlines right now:

  1. CBI arrests Arvind Kejriwal's principal secretary Rajendra Kumar and four others in corruption case: The agency alleged that Kumar is the kingpin of a computer purchase scam worth around Rs 50 crore.
  2. Nigel Farage quits as leader of pro-Brexit UKIP: He said he had ‘done his bit’ and wanted his life back, after he campaigned strongly for Britain to leave the European Union.
  3. Dhaka terror attack: Pakistan says allegations of ISI's involvement are baseless: The United States has offered FBI assistance to investigate the siege that killed 22 people.
  4. India stuck in mentality from 1962 war period, has ‘misunderstood Beijing’: Chinese daily: A report in the Global Times’ criticised the way China was blamed for India’s failed bid for NSG membership and emphasised the need to improve bilateral ties.
  5. Salman Khan’s rape comment was insensitive and unfortunate, says Aamir Khan: The 'Dangal' actor's reaction is the first of its kind to come from a well-known Bollywood personality on the issue.
  6. Toll from Baghdad bombing rises to more than 200, nearly 150 wounded: Dozens of women and children were among the victims in this Islamic State attack in the busy Shiite locality of Karrada, one of the deadliest in recent years.
  7. Narendra Modi to reshuffle Cabinet on Tuesday: Vacant portfolios in the prime minister’s council of ministers need to be filled before the Monsoon Session begins on July 18.
  8. Madras High Court orders CBI investigation into Rs 570 crore seized before Tamil Nadu polls: The money, which SBI claimed as theirs, was found in three armoured trucks in Tirupur district a few days before the May 16 state election.
  9. High alert along India-Bangladesh border after Dhaka attack: BSF and other security forces have been directed to look out for suspicious activity, and Mamata Banerjee will discuss security concerns with Narendra Modi.
  10. Narendra Modi meets Rio Olympics-bound Indian athletes, wishes them ahead of the games next month: The prime minister interacted with them at an event also attended by the sports minister, several team coaches and sports dignitaries.