A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Curfew lifted from Kashmir after 51 days of unrest, restrictions continue in parts of Srinagar, Pulwama: The decision to end the curfew was made at a high-level meeting on Sunday evening, a day after Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti met Narendra Modi.
  2. PV Sindhu, Sakshi Malik, Dipa Karmakar and Jitu Rai receive the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna: Long-distance runner Lalita Babar, footballer Subrata Pal and hockey player VR Raghunath received the Arjuna awards.
  3. West Bengal passes resolution to rename state 'Bengal' in English, 'Bangla' in Bengali: In Hindi, it will be referred to as 'Bangal', the legislators decided.
  4. At least 45 dead, 60 injured in suicide car bomb attack in Yemen: The attacker drove into a group of new army recruits at a training camp in Aden, an official said.
  5. SC issues notice to UP government on transferring Bulandshahr gangrapes case after minor's appeal: The top court also said statements such as SP leader Azam Khan's remarks that the assaults were a political conspiracy 'created mistrust' in the system.
  6. Police find no gunman after rumours of a shooting at Los Angeles airport proved to be 'loud noises': The terminals were evacuated, and authorities began a search operation soon after the reports emerged.
  7. BJP MP Udit Raj backtracks after saying eating beef helped Usain Bolt win nine Olympic golds: The Dalit leader had said the meat was a source of a protein for the Jamaican athlete, and has in the past spoken up against cow vigilante groups.
  8. Four Lashkar-e-Jhangvi militants who attacked the Sri Lankan cricket team in 2009 killed in Lahore: The encounter took place when a group of seven members of the banned outfit attacked a Crime Investigation Department team in Manawan.
  9. Paytm eyes $350 million in new funding round, valuation could rise to $5 billion: MediaTek, Goldman Sachs and Temasek are reportedly in talks with the online payment and e-commerce firm, alongside existing investors Alibaba and SAIF Partners.
  10. French firm moves Australian court for injunction against daily that published Scorpene submarine data: DCNS has also asked the court to direct the newspaper to delete everything it has put up about the submarine project and hand over the remaining documents.