A look at the headlines right now:

  1. J&K Minister says Delhi has enough information about Pakistan's role in fanning trouble: On the same day, Venkaiah Naidu also said the terrorists in the Valley are getting support from the neighbourhood, without taking any names.
  2. Jairam Ramesh and Gautam Adani in spat about crony capitalism, Chhattisgarh coal mine: The Congress leader had claimed the business tycoon had benefitted under Narendra Modi’s rule, but Adani thanked Ramesh’s party instead.
  3. Delhi Police asked to conduct inquiry in Essar phone tapping case: The state government told the Delhi High Court that a decision to the effect had been taken by the Home Ministry.
  4. 300 Indians in South Sudan’s Juba where civil conflict is raging, Sushma Swaraj promises evacuation: The External Affairs Ministry took to Twitter to tell them not to panic.
  5. Social Justice Minister Ramdas Athawale wants quota for Brahmins, Marathas and Jats: He said he will write to Prime Minister Narendra Modi supporting reservations for the economically weaker sections of these communities.
  6. Supreme Court to hear arguments on referring plea againt Sabarimala ban on women to Constitution Bench: The lawyers for the temple asked the court to tread cautiously, saying a decision to allow women to enter might hurt age-old traditions. 
  7. Narendra Modi makes indirect reference to Zakir Naik, says preachers of hate threaten society: The Islamic preacher earlier said that he did not support terrorism and was ready to cooperate with any Indian investigative agency.
  8. Theresa May to be UK’s next prime minister after Andrea Leadsom withdraws from race: The junior energy minister said the home secretary has her ‘full support’.
  9. Sensex gains more than 500 points, closes at 11-month high: According to market analysts, the US added 287,000 jobs last month and that led to a buoyant economy.
  10. Athletes Renjith Maheshwary, Dharambir Singh qualify for Rio Olympics: Maheshwary made it in the triple jump category and Singh qualified in the men's 200 metre sprint event.