A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Hillary Clinton outdid Donald Trump by a mile in US presidential debate, says CNN poll: While the Democratic nominee won the support of 62% of the viewers surveyed, the Republican had just 27%.
  2. India to review 'Most Favoured Nation' status granted to Pakistan: Narendra Modi called for a meeting on the matter, a day after he said 'blood and water can't flow together' while discussing the Indus Waters Treaty.
  3. Peace deal officially ends five decades of conflict between Farc rebels and Columbia government: The leaders signed the treaty to end the violence that killed around 2,20,000 people, but citizens will have to ratify it in a referendum on October 2.
  4. Markandey Katju gets panned for Facebook post offering Pakistan a Kashmir-Bihar 'package deal': The former Supreme Court judge later said most people in India ‘lack a sense of humour’.
  5. Former bureaucrat and son commit suicide in wake of bribery charges: BK Bansal's wife and daughter had killed themselves in July after he was arrested by the CBI.
  6. Delhi school teacher dies after two Class 12 students stab him with knife: According to reports, the teens attacked Mukesh Kumar after one of them was rusticated for low attendance. The two have been detained.
  7. US police identify Houston mass shooter as lawyer named Nathan Desai: Police shot and killed Desai after he opened fire in public, injuring nine, and claim he was wearing a Nazi emblem when he was killed.
  8. SP leader Azam Khan to get CBI notice for calling Bulandshahr gangrapes a political conspiracy: The Supreme Court gave the order after the Samajwadi Party legislator failed to appear before it during a hearing in the case.
  9. More than 30 injured as typhoon Megi makes landfall in Taiwan: The storm hit public transport, forcing the bullet train to suspend services and buses to remain off roads. Hundreds of international flights were cancelled.
  10. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain under I-T Department radar for Rs 17-crore worth transactions: The AAP leader said it was an assessment of his investments in a few companies, while Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said Jain had been framed.