A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Cabinet reshuffle: Prakash Javadekar gets HRD ministry, Smriti Irani moved to textiles: MJ Akbar will be Minister of State, External Affairs, and Venkaiah Naidu is the new Minister of Information and Broadcasting.
  2. Bombay, Calcutta and Madras high courts to now be called by their new city names: The Law Ministry had approved a Bill to rename them.
  3. Nasa's Juno enters Jupiter's orbit in historic mission: The spacecraft fired its main engine for 35 minutes, slowed down from 37,000mph to 1,212mph to come closer than any other attempt to reach the largest planet in the solar system.
  4. Raghuram Rajan's successor likely to be named after Narendra Modi’s returns from Africa tour: The RBI governor's tenure ends on September 4.
  5. FBI recommends no action against Hillary Clinton as investigation into her emails nears end: However, it said said the Democratic presidential hopeful and her aides were ‘extremely careless’ while handling classified information.
  6. Conservative Party begins first round of voting to choose Britain Prime Minister David Cameron’s successor: Among the five candidates in the race, Home Secretary Theresa May has the support of the most MPs.
  7. India’s growth will face challenges like low global demand, corporate influence, says Moody’s report: The credit rating firm said business environment and productivity growth may improve with targeted policy changes.
  8. Iraq’s interior minister resigns after Baghdad bombing: Mohammed al-Ghabban said the government 'failed in having the different array of security forces work under a unified plan in Baghdad.’
  9. Wimbledon: Sania Mirza and Ivan Dodig knocked out in second round of mixed doubles: The No 1 seeded pair lost 6-4 3-6 5-7 to the British duo of Neal Skupski and Anna Smith.
  10. Supreme Court admits state government’s plea against Salman Khan’s acquittal in hit-and-run case: The Maharashtra government challenged the verdict that gave the actor a clean chit over his involvement in an accident in 2002, which left one person dead.