A look at the headlines right now:

  1. India makes Pakistan 'no school-going mission', asks diplomats to withdraw children from schools: Till further notice, the Ministry of External Affairs advised its high commission staff to make other arrangements for their wards' education outside Islamabad.
  2. US telecom giant Verizon confirms $4.8-billion deal to buy Yahoo’s internet business: The company is expected to combine Yahoo's operations with that of AOL – another once-popular internet firm it owns.
  3. I resigned from the Rajya Sabha as I was asked to stay away from Punjab, says Navjot Singh Sidhu: The 53-year-old said no political party is above the state for him, but did not mention his plans for the future.
  4. Supreme Court allows Mumbai rape survivor to abort foetus with abnormality: The petitioner, who is in her 24th week of pregnancy, had challenged the law that prescribes a 20-week cap on abortion.
  5. Mobile internet services restored in Jammu and Kashmir, more than 15 days since suspension: The region has been in a state of unrest since protests erupted after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani.
  6. At least two killed, 17 injured in a shooting at a Florida nightclub: Club Blu Bar and Grill in Fort Meyers was hosting a 'teen night' when the incident took place. One suspect has reportedly been detained.
  7. Ansbach blast: Bomber pledged allegiance to Islamic State group in a video: A security official said they found a clip on phone belonging to the Syrian man, who was supposed to be deported after his request seeking asylum was rejected.
  8. Narsingh Yadav provisionally suspended until doping agency submits report, says sports minister: Vijay Goel said the wrestler will be allowed to participate in the Rio Olympics if the National Anti-Doping Agency exonerates him.
  9. Nintendo's shares plummet after firm says Pokémon GO's success has limited impact on revenue: The Japanese gaming giant had explained that it owns only 32% of The Pokémon Company, which receives the app's licensing fees.
  10. Turkey coup attempt: Detention warrants issued against 42 journalists: Reports said 62 children were also arrested for allegedly having links with Fetullah Terrorist Organisation.