A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Mumbai High Court order lifts ban on women inside inner sanctum of Haji Ali Dargah, but stays order for six weeks: The shrine's trust had barred women from entering it in 2011, saying it was a 'sin' in Islam for them to be in close proximity of a male Muslim saint's grave.
  2. India writes to Pakistan, says New Delhi will only discuss terror: Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar also reiterated the country's stand that Islamabad must move out of Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir.
  3. More data on Scorpene submarines published after India says documents do not pose security risk: The Centre has ordered an internal inquiry and asked the French government to also look into the breach.
  4. Leaked tapes in Sheena Bora murder case indicate accused Indrani and Peter Mukerjea's cover-up attempts: Peter Mukerjea's son Rahul reportedly recorded their phone conversations over a period of two weeks after the killing and handed over the audio clips to the CBI.
  5. Bolivian Deputy Interior Minister Rodolfo Illanes beaten to death by protesting miners, 100 arrested: He was kidnapped after he went to speak to the striking mineworkers, and the state is now trying to recover his body, Minister of Government Carlos Romero said.
  6. Allahabad High Court stays arrest of Dadri lynching victim Mohammad Akhlaq's family: In July, a Noida court had asked the Uttar Pradesh Police to file a case against them after a petition was filed by villagers.
  7. Odisha hospital workers break woman's body at hip, carry it on a sling because of no ambulance: The incident took place a day after reports said a man in another part of the state was forced to carry his wife's dead body as he was denied an ambulance.
  8. Supreme Court to hear petition on triple talaq after Muslim woman says she was divorced over the phone: The Howrah resident said she 'wanted justice' as she did not 'accept the talaq by phone' and also sought maintenance for her children's upbringing.
  9. At least 9 killed, 45 injured in car bomb explosion in Turkish town Cizre: State media held the Kurdistan Workers Party responsible for the police checkpoint attack in Sirnak province, which shares a border with both Iraq and Syria.
  10. Bihar flood toll reaches 37 with eight more deaths: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar visited relief camps in Patna and asked officials to focus on the quality of relief materials.