A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Toll rises to 81 after teenager found dead with pellet injuries in Kashmir: Meanwhile, the United Kashmir People's National Party upped the ante against Pakistan, accusing it of spreading communalism in the state.
  2. AAP misused public funds for government ads, says Centre-appointed panel: The three-member committee said the Arvind Kejriwal-led party should reimburse the expenditure because it violated Supreme Court guidelines.
  3. No step taken to grant Indian citizenship to exiled Baloch leader Brahumdagh Bugti, says MEA: The leader also confirmed that he has not yet applied for asylum and said he will decide on it after meeting party members on September 19.
  4. RJD legislator's son arrested in Bihar for allegedly stabbing man in a road rage incident: Assault victim Pintu Kumar said Virendra Sinha’s son Kunal wanted him to follow his orders and allegedly used his father’s name and position to heckle him.
  5. India loses solar power dispute in World Trade Organisation: The WTO upheld an earlier ruling that said India violated global trade rules by making it mandatory for solar power developers to use local cells and modules.
  6. Narendra Modi asks Nepal PM Prachanda to include all communities while implementing Constitution: India and Nepal also signed three agreements to improve trade and transit issues.
  7. Iraqi woman who survived Islamic State sex slavery named United Nations Goodwill Ambassador: Nadia Murad Basee Taha, who was kidnapped from her home in 2014, was made the organisation’s ambassador for survivors of human trafficking.
  8. Man dies after being beaten by alleged cow vigilantes in Gujarat: Inspector PB Rana of Anand Nagar police station said a mob chased Ayyub Mev after they found a calf and a bullock in his car after it had an accident.
  9. LG asks Delhi minister Manish Sisodia to return from Finland to handle chikungunya crisis: This might be the first time a lieutenant governor has asked a minister to cut short a trip abroad, according to reports.
  10. David Ferrer wins against India's Saketh Myneni 6-1 6-2 6-1 in Davis Cup: The world No.13 dominated the match from the very beginning to give Spain their second victory of the day.