A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Rio-bound wrestler Narsingh Pancham Yadav fails doping test: The 26-year-old, however, said it was a conspiracy to prevent him from representing India in the 74 kg freestyle event at the Olympics.
  2. IAF files formal complaint with Tamil Nadu police as search for missing aircraft enters third day: Eastern Naval Command Chief Vice Admiral HCS Bisht said they were 'augmenting their search efforts', despite rough conditions at sea.
  3. India expels three Chinese journalists for reportedly overstaying their visas: The senior scribes from Xinhua news agency had been impersonating people and visiting restricted areas, according to a report.
  4. AAP legislator Aamanatullah Khan arrested for allegedly threatening a woman: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal confirmed the news on Twitter, and party workers took to the streets to protest against the arrest.
  5. AFSPA can be revoked on an 'experimental basis', says Mehbooba Mufti: The Jammu and Kashmir chief minister, however, clarified that this did not mean they wanted the controversial Act to be 'revoked immediately and in entirety'.
  6. Goons associated with BJP-RSS behind Una Dalit assault, PM's silence is unfortunate, says Mayawati: The BSP leader said Narendra Modi's unwillingness to talk about the incident shows that his party is 'not with the Dalit community'.
  7. Seven Bajrang Dal members arrested in Karnataka for attacking Dalit family over cow slaughter claims: Local police had earlier filed a case against three members of the family for allegedly stealing and butchering a cow.
  8. BJP suspends MLC Tunnaji Pandey after police arrest him for molesting a minor girl: The legislator has denied the allegations, saying he was merely using his phone charger when the girl, who had been sleeping, started screaming.
  9. 19-year-old from Haryana sets Under-20 world record for javelin throw: Neeraj Chopra won gold after throwing a distance of 86.48 metre in the finals of the U-20 World Championships.
  10. Whole of Jammu and Kashmir belongs to India, Sushma Swaraj tells Pakistan: The external affairs minister made a strong statement after Pakistan’s prime minister said Kashmir would one day be part of his country.