A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Lashkar-e-Taiba claims responsibility for Uri attack through posters: The militant group’s parent body, Jamat-ud-Dawa, will hold funeral prayers for one of the perpetrators in Pakistan’s Gujranwala town.
  2. 60 killed, 120 injured after militants attack police training college in Quetta, Pakistan: While two attackers blew themselves up, the third one was shot dead by Frontier Corps troops.
  3. Sensex falls 90 points, Nifty by 18 as Tata Group stocks face pressure after Cyrus Mistry's removal: Overall market movement remained negative as 1,328 shares declined while 1,071 rose.
  4. Akhilesh Yadav is a fantastic CM, but not yet a mass leader, says Amar Singh: The Samajwadi Party general secretary said it was necessary to blend Mulayam Singh's organisational skill and experience with the chief minister's youth following.
  5. Wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt's 2012 London Olympics bronze will not be upgraded to silver: The International Olympic Committee has decided to dismiss the investigation against deceased Russian athlete Besik Kudukhov.
  6. One person dead, five injured in explosion at Delhi's Chandni Chowk: Anti-terror squad and special cell personnel are at the scene, though the police said it could have been a firecracker explosion or a cylinder blast.
  7. Left Front and Congress split, will contest November bypolls in West Bengal separately: The three constituencies headed for byelections on November 19 are the Monteswar Assembly seat in Burdwan and Lok Sabha seats of Tamluk and Cooch Behar.
  8. Supreme Court asks Vijay Mallya to submit details of his foreign assets within four weeks: The bench told the former liquor baron to disclose what he did with $40 million that Diageo Plc had paid him for his shares in United Breweries.
  9. At least 12 people killed in suspected al-Shabaab attack in Kenya: Militants attacked a guest house in northern Mandera County near the Somali border, which had 33 non-local occupants.
  10. Jammu and Kashmir government to prosecute nine people for raising Islamic State flag in 2014: Police officials said those accused in the case had raised the militant group’s symbol to ‘garner international attention’ towards the state.