A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Around 20 Lashkar-e-Taiba militants were killed in India's surgical strikes in PoK, reports PTI: Radio conversations among groups in Pakistan, which were included in the Army's assessment reports, indicated that LeT suffered the most damage, officials said.
  2. Goa Police arrest security guard from Bengaluru in connection with Monika Ghurde's murder: Ram Kumar Singh used to work at Sapna Raj Valley, where the perfumer lived, but he was sacked after he stole her umbrella. Police said he held a grudge.
  3. Minority communities facing bias under Narendra Modi government, says Mayawati: The BSP chief believes Muslims 'should not waste' their votes on the Congress or the Samajwadi Party, saying it will only serve to help the BJP.
  4. Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane break record with 365-run partnership at Indore Test: The duo beat Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman's 353 against Australia in Sydney, 2004, scoring India's highest ever fourth wicket stand.
  5. Teenager taken into custody for raping 5-year-old, villagers protest in Nashik: The accused allegedly lured the girl and her elder sister, who managed to escape, out of their house with chocolates while their mother had gone to fetch water.
  6. Reliance Jio claims world record for registering 1.6 crore users in a month: The company said it had achieved the mark faster than any other telecom operator or popular app worldwide, including WhatsApp, Facebook and Skype.
  7. More than 140 killed after airstrikes target funeral in Yemen: After initially denying that it was behind the attack, the Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in the country later said it would look into it.
  8. Radioactive leak at Delhi's IGI Airport minor, disaster management board gives all-clear: Officials had cordoned off parts of the T3 terminal after the leak from a package of cancer medicines – being transported by Air France – was reported.
  9. Palestinian gunman kills two, wounds six in Jerusalem before being shot dead by Israeli Police: The incident began after the assailant opened fire from a car near the police headquarters, after which he drove away from the scene and was chased down.
  10. Donald Trump says he won't quit US presidential race, wife Melania condemns his remarks on women: The Republican nominee’s running mate Mike Pence said he was ‘offended by the words and actions described’ in the 2005 video.