A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Railways increases Rajdhani, Duronto, Shatabdi fares through surge pricing: The tickets will cost more as soon as 10% of the seats get booked. The price will be capped at 1.5 times the base fare.
  2. All-party delegation says it will release a report on its 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.
  3. Apple launches the iPhone 7 at San Francisco event: The phone will come in two models, with a dual camera system, stereo speakers and no headphone jack – and Super Mario will come to the app store.
  4. Startups are made to look sexy, but are not going anywhere, says Future Group CEO Kishore Biyani: The companies should work on a larger scale to create more employment opportunities, he said.
  5. SBI stocks hit 52-week high after it issues bonds to Yes Bank worth Rs 2,100 crore: The public bank’s shares rose 2.74% to close at Rs 266.55. The company has outperformed the Sensex in the last quarter, advancing 30.34% to the index’s 8.22%.
  6. Indigenous variety of GM cotton almost ready for launch, say Indian scientists: The seeds are similar to Monsanto's product, but are more pest-resistant, a Delhi University-based team said.
  7. Sanatan Sanstha member Virendra Singh Tawade named key conspirator in Narendra Dabholkar chargesheet: Two other members of the Hindutva group, Vinay Pawar and Sarang Akolkar, have also been listed as co-accused by the CBI.
  8. Government is running against time to meet April 1 GST deadline, says Arun Jaitley: The finance minister admitted that India, one of Asia's largest economies, is performing 'far below its best'.
  9. Petition in Gujarat says Pokémon GO is hurting religious sentiments: The petitioner said offering eggs, which have to be collected as part of the game, to people in places of worship is objectionable.
  10. 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.