A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Congress claims Centre is trying to bury Rs 45,000-crore telecom scam, BJP calls it ‘utterly bogus’: Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, who was telecom minister before the Cabinet reshuffle, said companies had underreported revenues during the UPA’s term.
  2. Super typhoon Nepartak makes landfall in Taiwan, thousands evacuated: Troops have been deployed across the country and emergency services increased as winds reached 240 mph.
  3. Wimbledon: Indian challenge ends as Leander Paes and Martina Hingis are knocked out in mixed doubles: Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis lost in the quarter finals of the women's doubles earlier in the day.
  4. Four officers shot in Texas during protests against police brutality in Minnesota and Louisiana: Seven other policemen were wounded after snipers shot at them from higher ground, during a demonstration in Dallas, the police chief said.
  5. Apna Dal cuts ties with BJP for breaching decorum of alliance: BJP did not heed its warnings about newly inducted Union minister Anupriya Patel, who was expelled from the regional party, a spokesperson said.
  6. Devendra Fadnavis orders Mumbai Police to launch inquiry against Islamic preacher Zakir Naik: Officers were stationed outside his Thane home as a precautionary measure, after reports that one of the militants involved in the Dhaka attack followed him.
  7. At least three killed, more than ten injured in explosions at Eid congregation in Bangladesh: The blasts took place at a gathering of around three lakh in the Kishoreganj area, 100 km from Dhaka.
  8. France book place in Euro 2016 final after hard-fought 2-0 win over Germany: Antoine Greizmann's goals powered the host nations over the world champions.
  9. Centre may extend deadline for black money holders to declare undisclosed income: The government reportedly approved a request to extend the June-September compliance window and allow defaulters to pay taxes in instalments.
  10. Toll in Baghdad bombing rises to 281, says health minister: ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, in which a truck carrying explosives was detonated after it drove into a mall.