A look at the headlines right now:

  1. 'President Donald Trump' – Hillary Clinton has lost: Trump made major gains in Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio and North Carolina, in a stunning victory over his Democratic counterpart.
  2. Withdraw this draconian decision, Mamata Banerjee says on Centre demonetising Rs 500, Rs 1,000 notes: Opposition parties questioned the moves's impact on farmers and the poor, even as the BJP and business leaders praised the government's initiative.
  3. Two AAP leaders accused of raping a woman on pretext of giving her ticket for local body polls: The ruling party dismissed the complaint as 'baseless and false', and said that it was politically motivated.
  4. Ford Motors to set up new centre in Chennai in $195-million investment: The Global Technology and Business Center is expected to serve as a 'true hub of innovation' for the US auto major.
  5. Missing JNU student spotted in Bihar's Darbhanga town, says Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung: The city police said eight teams had been formed to investigate the case of Najeeb Ahmad's disappearance.
  6. Bihar raises compensation for kin of soldiers killed in line of duty to Rs 11 lakh: The government made the decision after it gave Rs 5 lakh each to the families of three soldiers from the state who died in the Uri attack.
  7. Change in design of iconic Toblerone chocolate triangle draws criticism from consumers: The move to space out each shape from the other was implemented to keep costs low, the product’s manufacturer, Mondelez International, said.
  8. Do you have a plan before pollution starts threatening lives, Supreme Court asks Centre: It directed the government to come up with a comprehensive plan in 48 hours on how it aims to tackle the environmental damage in the Capital.
  9. Supreme Court allows BCCI to disburse Rs 58.66 lakh for Rajkot Test match against England: The Board of Control for Cricket had moved the top court and said the match could be cancelled because of lack of funds.
  10. One child killed, 32 Indian peacekeepers injured in blast in east Congo: A United Nations official said the personnel were on their morning run when the explosion occurred.