A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Abu Jundal and six others sentenced to life imprisonment in 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case: During their conviction on July 28, the court had said the incident was part of a larger conspiracy to 'strike terror'.
  2. BJP is making Chief Minister Anandiben Patel a 'scapegoat', says Rahul Gandhi: The Congress vice president said Narendra Modi's rule in Gujarat caused the current situation in the state.
  3. Sonia Gandhi to woo Dalit and Brahmin voters during roadshow in Varanasi: The Congress president is likely to highlight the non-commissioned projects that Narendra Modi had promised before he was elected to power in 2014.
  4. Family of Bulandshahr gangrape victims threatens to commit suicide if attackers are not punished in 3 months: The Centre has sought a report from the Uttar Pradesh government on the incident and the steps it has taken to arrest those involved.
  5. Missing IAF aircraft AN-32 did not have underwater locator beacon: The search team now has to depend on sonar signals that reflect off a metallic surface under water.
  6. Hundreds of animals continue to drown in Kaziranga as park remains under water: Officials said the toll has risen sharply despite ongoing efforts to rescue them, but no tigers have been killed so far.
  7. Shotputter Inderjeet Singh fails second dope test after claiming that the first one was a conspiracy: The 28-year-old's chances of going to Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics are in jeopardy.
  8. GST Bill listed for hearing in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday, BJP says 'mood in favour of passage': The ruling party met key members of the Congress on Monday, giving out clear indications that some sort of consensus was in the offing.
  9. Donald Trump becomes first US presidential candidate to claim elections could be rigged: The Republican nominee also called Hillary Clinton a 'devil' and said Democratic party rival Bernie Sanders 'made a deal with the devil'.
  10. Court asks for verification report on Oommen Chandy in connection with medical college appointments: The Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau has been asked to submit the report by September 19, based on which further action will be taken.