A look at the headlines right now:

  1. New Arunachal Pradesh Congress leader Pema Khandu meets governor, stakes claim to form government: The party submitted letters of support from 45 of its legislators and two independent MLAs.
  2. At least 90 people killed, more than 1,500 rebel soldiers arrested after coup attempt in Turkey: President Tayyip Erdogan called it an "act of treason", and the country's prime minister said the elected government will remain in charge.
  3. Pakistani social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch shot dead in Multan: According to police, she was killed by her brother 'over honour'. He had reportedly threatened her regarding her Facebook posts and videos.
  4. Toll in Kashmir clashes rises to 39 as tension continues in the Valley for the eighth day: The police raided newspapers offices and seized printed copies. Three journalists have been reportedly arrested.
  5. Islamic State group claims assailant behind massacre in Nice was a follower: Four people with links to the attacker – identified as 31-year-old Franco-Tunisian Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel – have been taken into police custody.
  6. Narendra Modi emphasises on internal security, asks states to focus on intelligence sharing: At the 11th inter-state council meeting, the prime minister said the country could only develop if the Centre and states work in tandem.
  7. Sedition case against Asaduddin Owaisi for offering legal aid to alleged Islamic State group members: The step was taken after advocate K Karuna Sagar moved court against the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen chief's statement.
  8. Davis Cup: Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna clinch 3-0 win for India against South Korea: The duo defeated Hong Chung and Seong Chang Hong 6-3 6-4 6-4.
  9. Price of petrol slashed by Rs 2.25 a litre, diesel by 42 paise a litre: This is the second time this month that the fuel prices have been reduced.
  10. Pakistan says it will move Court of Arbitration if water dispute with India is not resolved: Spokesperson for the External Affairs Ministry Vikas Swarup called Islamabad's decision a breach of the Indus Waters Treaty.