A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Hillary Clinton holds four-point lead on Donald Trump, according to polls: The presidential candidates also reiterated their policies in op-eds written for ‘USA Today’, as part of their final pitch to voters a day before the elections.
  2. India asks UK to extradite Vijay Mallya, Christian Michel and 55 others: Reports said the request to extradite the former liquor baron had also featured in talks between the two countries’ prime ministers.
  3. Delhi is responsible for 80% of its pollution, says Union Environment Minister Anil Dave: Contradicting the state government's stand, the Union minister said crop burning in neighbouring states accounted for only 20% of the problem.
  4. Death sentence in Delhi 2012 gangrape and murder case flawed, says Supreme Court amicus curiae: Senior advocate Raju Ramachandran said the trial court's judgment had six fundamental mistakes.
  5. I was removed from the Uttar Pradesh Cabinet for checking wrongs, says Shivpal Yadav: The senior Samajwadi Party leader said he was sacked because he protested against ‘those doing illegal work and land grabbing’.
  6. Britain will expedite visa approvals for Indian business travellers, says PM Theresa May: Narendra Modi invited British companies to invest in the defence and other sectors and said they had also discussed the global threat of terrorism.
  7. China says no change in stand on India's NSG membership, days before group's Vienna meeting: Beijing has held that Delhi's request can only be considered after rules for non-signatories to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty are finalised.
  8. Ban on NDTV India put on hold as I&B Ministry reviews order: The decision comes hours after the Hindi news channel challenged the decision in the Supreme Court.
  9. Rahul Gandhi has Congress Working Committee members' unanimous support to become party president: Senior leader AK Antony said it was the right time for him to take charge as Congress chief, but the final decision would be made by Sonia Gandhi.
  10. Two Kannada actors feared dead after jumping from helicopter for stunt sequence: Artist Duniya Vijay, who had also performed the action scene in a reservoir on the outskirts of Bengaluru, managed to swim to shore.