A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Narendra Modi signs $92-million deal on water resource management in Tanzania: This was one of the five agreements the prime minister signed in Dar es Salaam, where he is on the third leg of his four-nation tour in Africa.
  2. At least 18 dead, more than 150 injured as clashes break out in Kashmir after Hizbul chief's death: Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has urged security personnel to avoid ‘disproportionate use of force’ to avoid loss of lives.
  3. Bangladesh bans Islamic preacher Zakir Naik’s Peace TV: His speeches aired on the channel are believed to have inspired one of the militants behind the siege at a café in Dhaka on July 2.
  4. Vijay Mallya denies United Spirits Limited’s allegation that he diverted funds worth Rs 1,225 crore: The former liquor baron said the claims were ‘unfounded’, and all transactions made were ‘legal, above board and approved’.
  5. Andy Murray defeats Milos Raonic to win his second Wimbledon title: The Scottish World No 2 defeated his Canadian opponent in straight sets 6-4 7-6 (3) 7-5 (2).
  6. Hamza bin Laden threatens to seek revenge against US for his father Osama’s death: He vowed to continue al Qaeda’s fight against the United States and its allies, in a speech titled ‘We Are All Osama’ that was posted online, a monitor said.
  7. Islamic State militants are dogs from hell, says Asaduddin Owaisi: The All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen chief said if Muslims find them, they will cut them up into 100 pieces.
  8. Wholesale markets across Maharashtra will remain closed from Monday after call for indefinite strike: This is to protest against the changes made in the Agricultural Produce Market Committee Act, which will let farmers sell their produce directly to wholesalers.
  9. Islamic preacher Zakir Naik was elected to Aligarh Muslim University's inner council in 2013: The televangelist served as a 'representative of Muslim culture and learning' at the university for three years.
  10. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account latest target of hacker group OurMine: It had earlier compromised Google chief Sundar Pichai’s Quora profile and Facebook head Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter and Pinterest accounts.