A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump spar over immigration, abortion and Putin in final debate: Clinton accused her rival of belittling women, while the Republican denied recent claims of sexual assault made against him.
  2. Akhilesh Yadav announces rath yatra, may not attend Samajwadi Party’s silver jubilee celebrations: In a letter to his father Mulayam Singh Yadav, the Uttar Pradesh chief minister said all parties had started campaigning for the upcoming state elections.
  3. JNU VC, other officials 'confined' by protestors after student goes missing: Nejeeb Ahmed was expelled from his hostel on Sunday after he allegedly slapped a member of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad.
  4. India, China carry out joint military exercise in eastern Ladakh: The drill was held on the Indian side of the border, a sequel to the training carried out on the Chinese side of the LAC in February, according to officials.
  5. GST Council meet ends ahead of schedule as states fail to reach consensus on rates: Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the final slabs would depend on the source of funds meant to compensate states for revenue losses.
  6. Pakistan media regulator bans airing of Indian content on satellite TV and FM radio channels: The authority said it had decided to withdraw the 'one-sided concession' the Pervez Musharraf administration had given Indian in 2006.
  7. Masked youths ransack bank in Srinagar, torch SUV on National Highway: Police officials said the incidents were meant to enforce a separatist-sponsored shutdown in the Valley.
  8. Supreme Court reserves order on validity of appeals against 2007 Cauvery tribunal verdict: The apex court bench reportedly hinted that the judgment in the case could be pronounced in two weeks.
  9. Bengaluru FC make history, become first Indian team to enter AFC Cup final: Sunil Chhetri's side defeated Malaysian opponents Johor Darul Ta'zim 3-1 in the tournament's second semi-final in the city.
  10. MNS workers protest against release of 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' outside Mumbai theatre, 12 arrested: Raj Thackeray's party had rejected Karan Johar's statement that he will not 'engage with talent' from Pakistan, saying they will not let the film hit cinemas.