A look at the headlines right now:

  1. 51 killed, 97 injured after militants attack police training college in Quetta, Balochistan: The area was secured after a nearly five-hour-long operation, with at least two of the attackers blowing themselves up.
  2. Embraer will pay $205 million to American and Brazilian authorities to settle corruption charges: It will pay $107 million to the US Justice Department as part of a deferred prosecution agreement and $98 million to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
  3. Ratan Tata named interim chairman of Tata Sons as board replaces Cyrus Mistry: A spokesperson said the decision was made keeping in mind the company's long-term interests, and a selection panel has been formed to choose the next chief.
  4. Lodha panel row: BCCI defers tender process for media rights for ten IPL seasons: In a letter, the cricket body told bidders that the events were unforeseen and not under its control.
  5. Mulayam calls Shivpal 'leader of the masses' as Akhilesh Yadav denies splitting from Samajwadi Party: Shivpal Yadav urged his brother and party chief to take over the post of chief minister, which is now held by the leader's son.
  6. 23 Maoists killed in encounter in Odisha's border district of Malkangiri: The Greyhound force of Andhra Pradesh was also involved in the joint operation.
  7. Facebook updates censorship rules to allow graphic images and stories it considers ‘newsworthy’: The social networking site's vice-presidents said it tweaked its policy after receiving feedback from users.
  8. France starts evacuating 7,000 refugees from 'jungle' camp in Calais: They will be taken to different centres where they can seek asylum, but will be deported if they do not claim asylum.
  9. Five killed in Malta after aircraft carrying European Union border officials crashes: The plane, which had abroad French authorities tracing Mediterranean trafficking routes, was on its way to Libyan city Misrata when the incident took place.
  10. Army's surgical strikes were a celebration of 'Chhoti Diwali', says Narendra Modi: He reiterated his call for citizens to send Diwali greetings to security personnel across the country.