A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Delhi pollution levels alarming, need united response, says Centre: Union Environment Minister Anil Dave said that there was an 'emergency situation' in the Capital, and it should not be turned into a political blame game.
  2. Assam news channel to be taken off air for a day for violating programming guidelines several times: The channel had revealed the identity of a minor, who was hired as domestic help and then tortured brutally by the employers.
  3. Bengaluru FC defeated 0-1 by Iraq's Air Force Club in AFC Cup final: Hammad Ahmadi scored the only goal of the match.
  4. I know I have done good work, says Shivpal Yadav as he takes jibe at Akhilesh at Samajwadi Party celebrations: RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, who attended the silver jubilee celebrations, hinted at an alliance and said he wanted to 'strengthen Samajwadi Party’.
  5. Petrol price up by 89 paise a litre, diesel by 86 paise: This is the sixth time since September 1 that companies have hiked the prices.
  6. Madhya Pradesh government to withhold cash reward for policemen till judicial inquiry gets over: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had announced a reward of Rs 2 lakh each for the officers involved in the shootout.
  7. One militant killed during encounter in Shopian district: A soldier was also injured in the incident that took place after security forces received inputs that four armed men were hiding near Dobjan village.
  8. Amit Shah claims BJP to be free of hooliganism as he launches campaign rally in Uttar Pradesh: He said the state has not seen any development under Akhilesh Yadav’s rule and added that only a couple of statues will come up if Mayawati comes to power.
  9. Haryana receives Rs 13.75 lakh fine from 1,406 farmers for stubble burning: Meanwhile, poor air quality forced around 1,800 primary schools in New Delhi to remain shut on Saturday.
  10. Indian women's hockey team wins the Asian Champions Trophy: Striker Deepika Thakur scored the winning goal 20 seconds before the match came to an end.