A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Protests all over Gujarat against attack on Dalit men who were skinning a cow, 16 attempt suicide: Angry mobs set state transport buses on fire, blocked a national highway and dumped carcasses in a Collectors office.
  2. Centre's new rules: Disciplinary action against officials who criticise government on social media: However, employees are still allowed to use such websites when needed to carry out their duties.
  3. Wife and daughter of ministry official caught for bribery commit suicide in Delhi: Their bodies were found in different rooms of their Madhu Vihar apartment, but the police have not confirmed if their deaths were related to the case.
  4. BJP will take out tiranga yatra across India as part of Independence Day celebrations: Anurag Thakur: The ruling party's leader said the week-long procession will unite the people of the country.
  5. Ronaldinho leaves Premier Futsal midway after being appointed ambassador of 2016 Paralympics: The Brazilian legend will be replaced as captain of the Goa franchise by his compatriot Cafu.
  6. Can't make 'collective denunciations', Supreme Court tells Rahul Gandhi in RSS defamation case: The Congress vice president was sued for blaming the organisation for Mahatma Gandhi's assassination, a statement he had made during a national election rally.
  7. Jabong co-founder Praveen Sinha denies allegations of siphoning off more than Rs 100 crore: The former chief executive officer of the fashion website said he has initiated legal action against the Twitter handle which revealed the probe against him.
  8. World Bank picks NYU professor Paul Romer as its new chief economist: Romer is known for supporting investment in human capital, ideas and technology, and will replace Kaushik Basu in September.
  9. 13 PSU banks get Rs 22,915 crore in capital from the government: The Finance Ministry said the funds were provided so that the state-owned banks can expand their lending services and raise money from the market.
  10. Kashmir unrest toll rises to 42 amid curfew: The Army said it 'regrets' the death of two civilians when the troops opened fire at a mob.