A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Irom Sharmila ends 16-year fast, says she wants to live up to being called 'Iron Lady of Manipur': An Imphal court earlier granted the 44-year-old activist bail in the case related to her hunger strike.
  2. Narendra Modi says Centre will find solution for Kashmir unrest ‘through development’: Speaking at the inauguration of the Azadi 70 Saal – Yaad Karo Qurbani event in Madhya Pradesh, he said Kashmiris have the same freedom as every other Indian.
  3. No note found to suggest suicide, say Home Ministry officials on Kalikho Pul's death: The former chief minister's supporters have taken to the streets of Itanagar, and Rajnath Singh has spoken with Pema Khandu, the current chief minister.
  4. Police report highlights illegal activities of Zakir Naik and his foundation, says Devendra Fadnavis: The Maharashtra chief minister said his government was studying the document and will soon submit its own report on the preacher to the Home Affairs Ministry.
  5. Cricketer Ravindra Jadeja pays Rs 20,000 fine for photo with lions in Gir sanctuary: The inquiry report has not been filed yet, but authorities said action will also be taken against the forest department staff seen in the image, if recommended.
  6. India lodges objection with Pakistan high commissioner against cross-border terrorism in Kashmir: Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar had summoned Abdul Basit to issue a démarche on the matter.
  7. Raghuram Rajan keeps key rates unchanged in final monetary policy review: The reverse repo rate also remained the same at 6%, while the CRR was maintained at 4%, leaving the next RBI governor with the task of keeping inflation down.
  8. Part of Rs 342-crore RBI consignment stolen from moving train in Tamil Nadu: Officials found a hole on the roof of one of the train coaches, through which the Rs 5.78 crore may have been taken.
  9. Pakistan lawyers go on strike to protest against Quetta suicide attack: Officials said 60 of those 70 killed were advocates who had gathered at the hospital to mourn the assassination of Baluchistan Bar Association president.
  10. Biggest ever spectrum auction set to begin on September 29: On Monday, the government put out the Notice Inviting Applications for the auction on the Department of Telecommunication's official website.