A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Monsoon mayhem: Delhi battles traffic woes as normalcy returns to Gurgaon: Prohibitory orders at key crossings for several hours, and police personnel placed at 14 strategic points helped improve the situation in the satellite town.
  2. Mumbai doctors brought in to treat pellet injuries performed 46 eye surgeries in Kashmir in 3 days: Dr Sundaram Natarajan, who headed the three-member team of ophthalmologists, said it was first time in his career that he had seen eye injuries of this scale.
  3. Rajnath Singh conducts aerial survey of flood-hit Assam as state continues to reel: The home minister will meet people at the relief camps and visit Kaziranga National Park.
  4. 'Peepli Live' co-director Mahmood Farooqui convicted of raping American scholar: The special fast-track court will decide the quantum of sentence on August 2.
  5. Two soldiers and two militants killed near LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district: Army officials said they also recovered two AK rifles, one Under Barrel Grenade Launcher and other weapons.
  6. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign computers reportedly hacked by Russians: A programme used to analyse voter data was accessed, in an alleged attempt to influence the result of the US presidential elections.
  7. Telangana CID arrests key accused behind EAMCET question paper leak, government annuls exam: Shaik Raheem alias Ramesh took Rs 15 lakh to Rs 20 lakh from each of the 14 students who bought the EAMCET-II-2016 paper.
  8. Mahadayi water row: Transport services hit as Karnataka shuts down after call for bandh: State Home Minister G Parameshwara imposed Section 144 in a few areas, and all commercial joints, schools, colleges and government offices remained closed.
  9. US hands over evidence proving Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed's role in Pathankot attack, says report: The documents include 1,000 pages of chats, conversations and Facebook accounts accessed by a JeM handler through IP addresses of Pakistani telecom firms.
  10. No law to ban 15-year-old diesel vehicles in Delhi, Centre tells National Green Tribunal: In an affidavit, the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises said the court's order was a "contravention" of the Motor Vehicles Act.