A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Home Minister Rajnath Singh in Srinagar to review law and order situation in Kashmir: Curfew was lifted from Bandipora, Baramulla, Budgam and Ganderbal on Saturday, however, Section 144 remained in force in the districts.
  2. Congress launches Uttar Pradesh poll campaign with bus yatra, raises slogan against poor governance: The party's CM candidate Sheila Dikshit and state chief Raj Babbar are among the leaders on the three-day tour from Delhi to Kanpur.
  3. Munich mall shooting: Police say German-Iranian gunman acted alone, shot himself in the head: The local administration has not confirmed the incident as a terror attack yet. Nine people have been killed and 10 people have been injured.
  4. Assam floods: More than three lakh people affected in nine districts: The Army has been called in to carry out rescue operations while the district administration has pressed 20 boats into service.
  5. Shiv Sena activists clash with Muslim men in Punjab's Phagwara, seven people injured: On Wednesday, the right-wing leaders forced some members of the minority community to shut shops as protest against disruptions in Amarnath Yatra.
  6. Hillary Clinton picks Virginia senator Tim Kaine as her vice-presidential running mate: The former governor of the US state has a strong resume in foreign policy and international relations.
  7. DNC email leak points to Democrats' bias against Bernie Sanders: The data trove also gave away donors’ identities and other details like phone numbers, passport and social security numbers.
  8. Indian aid worker Judith D'Souza rescued in Afghanistan, says Sushma Swaraj: She was working with the Aga Khan Foundation when she was kidnapped in Kabul on June 9.
  9. Efforts are on to find the missing IAF aircraft, says Manohar Parrikar: The flight, which has 29 passengers on board, took off from Tambaram in Chennai at 8 am on Friday, and was expected to land in Port Blair around 11.30 am.
  10. Indiana court sets aside foetal homicide charges against Purvi Patel for inducing her own abortion: The court observed that the state's law was not meant to be used 'to prosecute women for their own abortions’.