A look at the headlines right now:

  1. More than 20,000 pages of secret data about Indian Navy's French submarines leaked, reports The Australian: The fleet manufacturer, DCNS, has said the fault was not theirs, but added that their national security authorities will initiate an investigation into it.
  2. Narendra Modi says nationalism is the identity of the BJP: The prime minister asked party workers and leaders to focus on the message and agenda, which, according to him, is the bedrock of the ruling party.
  3. Army chief urges security forces in Kashmir to use restraint, public to be peaceful: On his second visit to the Valley, General Dalbir Singh underlined the need to synergise efforts with all stakeholders in the region.
  4. Quake measuring 6.2 on Richter scale hits Italy, people reportedly buried under rubble: A 5.5-magnitude aftershock shook the region of Umbria just an hour after the first quake.
  5. Inquiry panel set up by HRD Ministry concludes Rohith Vemula was not a Dalit: The commission submitted its report to the government earlier this month and was said to have exonerated the university’s vice chancellor too.
  6. UN committee accepts six of nine addresses listed by India for Dawood Ibrahim in Pakistan: One of the locations listed in the dossier, which was prepared in August 2015, was found very similar to Pakistan's envoy to the UN Maleeha Lodhi's home.
  7. Two-member committee to investigate OP Jaisha’s allegations of Olympics negligence: Sports Ministry: The runner had claimed that no water or refreshments were made available to her by Indian officials during her marathon at the Rio Olympics.
  8. Pakistani leader Altaf Hussain charged with treason for calling country "a cancer for the world": The London-based chief of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement has apologised, and said he was under severe mental stress over extra-judicial arrests of party workers.
  9. China warns of counter measures after India deploys BrahMos missile in Arunachal Pradesh: The People's Liberation Army Daily said the decision will have a negative influence on relations and stability along the Sino-Indian border.
  10. Google begins official roll-out of Android 7.0 Nougat, Nexus devices to get the update first: Earlier, the California-based company had released five previews of the latest iteration of its mobile operating system.