A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Portugal shrug off Cristiano Ronaldo injury to upset France 1-0 and win Euro 2016: Eder's goal in the 109th minute earned Portugal its victory over the hosts.
  2. Six more killed in Kashmir protests, toll rises to 21: Even as Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti tried to control the situation, violence continued in the Valley.
  3. Arvind Kejriwal's ex-Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar sent to one-day judicial custody in graft case: The court ordered all seven accused to be produced before a special CBI court on Monday for hearing on the investigation agency's demand for police remand.
  4. Hundreds arrested in the US as race protests continue after Dallas shooting: The police brought in military-style vehicles and teargas, though agitators said they were carrying out peaceful demonstrations.
  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. More than 300 dead in Juba, South Sudan, as pro-government fighters and opponents clash: The clashes have raised fears that the country will return to civil war.
  7. AIFF calls proposed Premier Futsal league ‘unsanctioned’: Indian football's governing body said that such unauthorised and unofficial events could result in unnecessary issues.
  8. Indian football legend Amal Dutta dead at 86: The former coach of East Bengal and Mohun Bagan was considered Indian football's first professional coach.
  9. 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’.
  10. Narendra Modi praises India’s growth rate during Kenya visit: The prime minister said his country is not selfish, and will share its journey with Africa.