A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Karnataka releases Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu with a ‘heavy heart’: Chief Minister Siddaramaiah urged farmers to stay calm and restrained after announcing his decision and said he will approach the Supreme Court to modify its order.
  2. No confirmation on Narendra Modi's trip to Pakistan despite reports saying he will attend SAARC meet: Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup said decisions about the Prime Minister's foreign visits are not taken so far in advance.
  3. Malala Yousafzai says the ‘inhumanity and heartbreak’ in Kashmir must stop: On Tuesday, Pakistani Army Chief General Raheel Sharif said Islamabad will continue to support the people of Kashmir regarding "diplomatic and ethical" issues.
  4. Once bitten, twice shy, Supreme Court says while barring 2G scam-accused Essar cofounder from leaving India: The apex court bench indirectly referred to Vijay Mallya who left the country in March after he owed Rs 9,000 to 17 banks.
  5. On the first day of Rahul Gandhi's campaign, locals run away with 1,500 cots: His ‘khaat sabha’ turned into chaos as villagers raided the tent where refreshments and bottled water were stored, then left with the beds.
  6. Plea filed against Pokémon GO in Gujarat for allegedly hurting religious sentiments: The petitioner said offering eggs, which he said were non-vegetarian, to people in places of worship was objectionable.
  7. 15 joint secretaries ask Rajnath Singh to reinstate Home Ministry colleague named in Zakir Naik case: The home minister has assured the bureaucrats that he is studying the matter.
  8. Public support is helping terrorism fester, says National Security Guard report: The document, accessed by PTI, also highlighted the possibility of militants sourcing and using explosives made at ordnance factories.
  9. British MP Keith Vaz steps down from Home Affairs committee after exposé on him hiring male escorts: The 60-year-old politician said he resigned as the chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee to ensure that 'work can be conducted without any distractions'.
  10. I had a lot of hope in Arvind Kejriwal and the Aam Aadmi Party, says Anna Hazare: The 79-year-old social activist said he had told the Delhi chief minister to ensure thorough checks before inducting people into his party.