A look at the headlines right now:

  1. NIA files FIR in connection to Uri base attack, will collect evidence from site and forward to US for forensic analysis: The Army will hand over all evidence to the agency, and the GPS devices the militants used will be studied to track their movements prior to the incident.
  2. FIR filed against Delhi women's panel chief Swati Maliwal for alleged irregularities in appointments: The Anti-Corruption Bureau registered the case a day after questioning the DCW chairperson over apparently handing key positions to AAP supporters.
  3. Stalker stabs teacher more than 20 times on Delhi street, woman succumbs to injuries: Police said the accused had been 'troubling the woman' for more than a year and that a complaint had been lodged against him.
  4. Caller threatens to bomb flight at Kolkata airport, search operations under way: Airport authorities said the threat, received around 8 am, was made against an Air India flight bound for Guwahati.
  5. Facebook hires ex-Yahoo, Snapdeal executive Anand Chandrasekaran to boost growth of Messenger app: The 38-year-old, who joined Airtel in 2014, is credited with launching its Wynx music app and Airtel Money.
  6. Indian journalist asked to leave Pakistan Foreign Secretary's news conference in New York: While NDTV's Namrata Brar was allegedly not allowed to attend, no other Indian reporter was permitted at the briefing either.
  7. Supreme Court dismisses petition seeking independent panel to select judges: A lawyers' group had sought for the formation of a committee, free from the restrictions of the collegium, for appointment to posts in the apex and high courts.
  8. Militants attack police post in Kashmir's Handwara a day after strike in Uri: There were no reports of any casualties in the second incident, though the toll from the first attack rose to 18 on Monday.
  9. Harry Potter's Privet Drive home on sale for £475,000: The house used as the set for the boy wizard's childhood home is located in suburban Martins Heron in Bracknell, 55 km west of Central London.
  10. Karnataka to challenge Cauvery panel's 'disappointing' order in Supreme Court: The committee had directed the state to release 3,000 cusecs of water from the river to Tamil Nadu from September 21 to September 30.