A look at the headlines right now:

  1. All-party delegation says it will release a report on its Kashmir visit soon, calls for dialogue: The draft is not the Centre or Home Ministry's view, but a compilation of all the contingent's observances and suggestions on the unrest, they clarified.
  2. 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.
  3. Wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt's medal from 2012 London Olympics will not be upgraded to gold: United World Wrestling on Tuesday said gold medallist Togrul Asgarov had never failed a dope test.
  4. India to evacuate 40,000 people from coast in 10 states, union territories as tsunami drill begins: Twenty-three countries are participating in the disaster responsiveness drill, which is being coordinated by UNESCO.
  5. Lenskart raises undisclosed sum of money from Azim Premji’s investment office: In May, the company raised Rs 400 crore in its Series D round of funding led by the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation.
  6. US will not impose sanctions against Pakistan regarding terror groups operating from its soil: The country's State Department said the Barack Obama administration has held talks with the Nawaz Sharif government about its counterterrorism operations.
  7. Syrian government forces reportedly drop barrel bombs containing chlorine on Aleppo: More than 80 civilians were injured in the alleged gas attack that involved four cylinders of the industrial chemical banned by the Chemical Weapons Convention.
  8. Crude bomb hurled at BJP's Thiruvananthapuram office, no injuries reported: While the saffron party blamed the ruling Communist Party of India (Marxist) for the attack, Left leaders denied the allegations.
  9. Three soldiers injured as militants ambush army convoy in Kashmir’s Kupwara district: Army officials said the militants fled after the attack. The site was cordoned off and a search operation launched in the region.
  10. Mewat Police directed to collect random meat samples to check for beef ahead of Eid celebrations: The directive was issued after reports that beef biryani was being sold in several parts of the Muslim-dominated area.