A look at the headlines right now:

  1. ISRO successfully tests scramjet engine that uses atmospheric oxygen: The space research organisation launched the engine, which will reduce expenses for the INSAT-3DR satellite, on Sunday morning.
  2. Pakistan should stop provoking violence in Kashmir, says Mehbooba Mufti after meeting Narendra Modi: The chief minister appealed for 'a chance to fix things' and urged both separatists and the media to cooperate with the state to help resolve the 'big crisis'.
  3. India lose by one run chasing 245 against West Indies in first Twenty20 International: India almost pulled off a world-record chase but fell short when MS Dhoni was dismissed off the last ball.
  4. Celebrities may soon be penalised for endorsing products that make false claims, reports The Indian Express: According to the proposal, the endorser will have to pay a Rs 50-lakh fine and may also have to serve a jail term of up to five years.
  5. Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif appoints 22 MPs to campaign against 'Indian atrocities in Kashmir’: Islamabad's officials told TV channels that the representatives will lobby at various fora before his UN General Assembly address in September.
  6. Whistleblower behind Scorpene leak to hand over data disk to Australian government on Monday: Authorities already know the identity of the individual, a report in the weekend edition of the newspaper, which carried the first report on the breach, said.
  7. US advises India and Pakistan to continue dialogue on Kashmir: Islamabad's high commissioner in New Delhi, Abdul Basit, said peace in the Valley was of utmost importance to his country.
  8. Balochistan conflict: Protestors in Germany raise India flag, shout anti-Pakistan slogans: The group thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for raising awareness on the issue, and said they want to highlight the human rights abuses in the region.
  9. Sonia, Rahul Gandhi get notice from court on documents Subramanian Swamy wanted in National Herald case: The Congress leaders have two weeks to respond to a petition by the BJP leader, which claims the information will be relevant to the case.
  10. Hardik Patel wants Narendra Modi to release 102 Patidar youths who were convicted during 2002 riots: The 23-year-old, however, claimed the prime minister would not do so because he was trying to project a secular image.

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