A look at the headlines right now:

  1. There has never been a man or woman as qualified as Hillary to be president, says Barack Obama: He said the Democratic nominee was better suited for his role than him and former President Bill Clinton.
  2. Rajnath Singh to attend SAARC meet in Pakistan next month: This will be the first visit to the country by a senior Indian leader after the Pathankot attack.
  3. MCOCA court finds Abu Jundal guilty in 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case: The matter is related to an alleged conspiracy by 22 individuals who had procured arms and explosives to eliminate the then Gujarat chief minister, Narendra Modi.
  4. AAP leader Bhagwant Mann who shot Parliament video maintains security breach was unintentional: The Sangrur legislator wrote a five-page letter to the inquiry committee looking into the case, where he held that he did nothing wrong.
  5. 'Narendra Modi could have me killed,' claims Arvind Kejriwal in a 10-minute video: The clip titled 'Arvind Kejriwal's message to the common man' was released by the AAP at a time when 11 of its lawmakers have been arrested in various cases.
  6. Uttarakhand CM Harish Rawat backtracks after saying Chinese troops entered state early this month: Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju said it was not a big intrusion, but a 'small incident at the border'.
  7. Toll in Assam floods reaches 13, Kaziranga National Park 90% under water: Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has asked all legislators to help relief operations in their constituencies.
  8. Supreme Court questions role of police in inquiry into Rahul Gandhi defamation case: While hearing the Congress leader's plea against the suit, it said the magistrate should have investigated the complaint and not directed the police to do so.
  9. Indigo flight diverted to Mumbai after man reportedly misbehaves with crew, abuses co-passenger: He was detained by Central Industrial Security Force personnel after the Calicut-bound aircraft made an emergency landing.
  10. Government extends indefinitely the July 31 deadline for public servants to declare their assets: The Centre brought office holders in NGOs who get more than Rs 1 crore government aid and more than Rs 10 lakh in foreign donations under Lokpal Act's purview.