A look at the headlines right now:

  1. 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.
  2. Atanu Das wins back-to-back matches to progress to round of 16 at Rio, men’s hockey team beats Argentina: The Bengal archer beat Cuba's Adrian Perez and Nepal’s Jitbahadur Muktan.
  3. Donald Trump appears to hint at a Hillary Clinton assassination by gun rights supporters: While talking about the United States’ right to bear arms, the Republican nominee said ‘maybe there is’ something ‘second amendment people’ can do to prevent the Democract from abolishing the legislation.
  4. Five doctors from Mumbai's LH Hiranandani Hospital arrested in connection with a kidney racket: The police received a tip-off about the sale last month, and acted after a state health department committee submitted a report on the developments.
  5. Sikhs in Kashmir forced to take part in protests, raise pro-Pakistan slogans, alleges Gurdwara body: The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbhandhak Committee, in a letter, sought help for the minorities in the state who had become 'prisoners in their own homes'.
  6. Ravichandran Ashwin, Wriddhiman Saha save India the blushes on Day 1 of 3rd Test: The duo slam an unbeaten 108-run partnership after the top-order fails to fire.
  7. Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis end their doubles partnership: The pair won 14 titles together, including three Grand Slams.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.