A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Supreme Court restores Nabam Tuki government in Arunachal Pradesh, Governor's orders voided: The apex court bench quashed discretionary powers of the state's Governor to summon or advance the Assembly sessions.
  2. Mebooba Mufti says security personnel will be answerable for using excessive force during Kashmir agitation: The chief minister asked parents in the Valley to discourage their children from participating in protests.
  3. South China Sea dispute: China refutes tribunal's verdict, threatens to establish air defence zone: Beijing issued a white paper to assert its claims and accused Philippines of distorting facts to occupy Chinese territories.
  4. Key Godhra accused, who set fire to Sabarmati Express coach, arrested from Malegaon: Imran Batuk, who was named in the case's second chargesheet, has been absconding since 2002.
  5. NSEL scam: ED arrests Jignesh Shah for non-cooperation in money-laundering case: The FTIL chief, who is supposed to be questioned in connection with the Rs 5,600-crore fraud, was taken to a hospital on Wednesday.
  6. Evacuation plans are in place for Indians stranded in South Sudan, says Sushma Swaraj: The Minister of External Affairs held an emergency assistance meeting and a special task force has been set up to monitor the situation.
  7. Nasa's Juno spacecraft sends first image of Jupiter along with its three moons: The American space agency will receive more photos of the planet from the mission in August.
  8. Najma Heptullah resigns as minority affairs minister, will be replaced by Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi: GM Siddeshwara also stepped down as the minister of state for heavy industries, and Babul Supriyo will take charge of the position instead.
  9. Retail inflation hit 22-month high in June, shows government data: Rural parts of the country recorded a higher inflation at 6.2% compared with urban centres, where the inflation was at 5.26%.
  10. Not as divided as we seem, says Barack Obama at Dallas memorial service: The president said racial discrimination continues to plague the country, but people must acknowledge the dangers police officers face on the job.