A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Dozens of casualties feared after explosion at Eid congregation in Bangladesh, 100 km from Dhaka: The attack comes days after a siege at an eater in the country's capital left 20 dead. 
  2. Cristiano Ronaldo powers Portugal to 2-0 victory over Wales in first Euro 2016 semi-final: The Real Madrid star scored the first goal and set up the second.
  3. I am product of student agitations, all unrests can be resolved through dialogue, says Prakash Javadekar: The new HRD minister, who met ministry officials and his predecessor Smriti Irani on Wednesday, said the country's education sector needs innovation.
  4. Delhi man booked for sending lewd messages, videos to 1,500 women: Mohammed Khalid collected his contacts by calling random numbers and saving them if a woman picked up.
  5. Centre withdraws appeals in SC filed by UPA seeking minority status for Aligarh Muslim University: The Narendra Modi government said the Allahabad High Court's verdict to quash an amendment to the effect cannot be undone by Parliament.
  6. Twenty-one security personnel injured in Kashmir after protests break out amidst Eid celebrations: The police had put several separatist leaders under house arrest, after which locals agitated by throwing stones and complained of unprovoked tear gas shelling.
  7. Delhi government suspends Arvind Kejriwal’s Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar: He was arrested by the CBI two days ago in connection with a corruption case worth Rs 50 crore.
  8. Bangladesh authorities misinterpreted warnings of Dhaka attack shared on Twitter: Officials who monitor social media reportedly found tweets indicating an attack, but police believed that only embassies and major hotels would be targeted.
  9. Lionel Messi and his father sentenced to 21 months in prison for tax evasion: However, according to Spanish law, the football star is unlikely to serve jail time since this was his first offence and the sentence is less than two years.
  10. Two MBBS students who threw a dog off a terrace in Chennai arrested, released on bail: Bhadra, as she was named by her rescuers, is now undergoing treatment for a fractured right hind leg and spine.