A look at the headlines right now:

  1. NDRF, Air Force search for those missing after bridge collapse on Mumbai-Goa highway: Home Minister Rajnath Singh was informed about the proceedings as rescue work continued.
  2. Arun Jaitley introduces GST Bill in Rajya Sabha for discussion: The tax reform is expected to be passed in the Upper House today, after the Congress indicated it was likely to vote in its favour.
  3. United World Wrestling has cleared Narsingh Yadav to participate in Rio Olympics, says WFI president: The 26-year-old's fate now lies in the hands of the World Anti-Doping Agency, which will take the final call on whether he is eligible to compete in the Games.
  4. Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel's resignation accepted by the BJP: Senior leaders of the ruling party will meet on Wednesday to decide who will replace her in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state.
  5. Rio-bound sprinter Dharambir Singh tests positive for banned substance, says report: The 27-year-old was the first Indian male sprinter to qualify for the Olympics in the past 36 years.
  6. At least 3,000 people evacuated as continuous rain triggers flood in Nashik district: An elderly woman was killed in a wall collapse, and a couple is likely to have been washed away.
  7. Rajnath Singh may bring up Pathankot airbase attack during SAARC meet in Islamabad today: The Home Minister is also likely to press for implementation of the association's Regional Convention on Suppression of Terrorism.
  8. Medical Council of India reduces MBBS seats in Odisha: From 1,100 seats for medical courses last academic session, the state will have 1,000 seats this year.
  9. Two supervisors arrested for raping junior employee at Gurgaon hospital: However, the hospital authorities said they had no idea about the crime, and insisted it did not take place on their premises.
  10. Graft accused minister's wife owns property with Uddhav Thackeray's spouse, says Maharashtra Congress: The Opposition said CM Devendra Fadnavis has struck a deal with the Shiv Sena, giving Ravindra Waikar a clean chit on allegations of wrongdoing.