A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Nearly 3,000 soldiers arrested in Turkey after failed military coup attempt: The country’s prime minister called Saturday’s developments a ‘black stain on Turkish democracy’. 
  2. The post of governor should be abolished, says Nitish Kumar: At the same meeting, Arvind Kejriwal said President’s Rule should be disallowed in states unless a floor test proved the government had lost majority.
  3. Nitin Gadkari offers land to Tesla for an Indian manufacturing unit, proposes joint venture: The minister visited the US auto giant’s factory during his ongoing trip, and is attempting to bring its non-polluting vehicle technology back home
  4. Cockpit voice recorder from EgyptAir flight MS804 crash captured voices discussing ‘fire’: However, investigators said it remains unclear what brought the plane down on May 19.
  5. Vijender Singh defeats Kerry Hope to win WBO Asia Pacific super middleweight title: The boxer won his seventh consecutive professional bout by a unanimous decision, 98-92 92-92 100-90.
  6. 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.
  7. Newspaper editors in Kashmir condemn media gag in state, call it an 'attack on the freedom of press': Police raided the offices of a number of publications, as the toll in the clashes rose to 39 on the eight day of unrest.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. Mumbai court issues non-bailable warrant against Vijay Mallya in cheque-bouncing case: The Airports Authority of India had filed petitions against the former liquor baron in connection with two cheques worth Rs 100 crore that were dishonoured.