A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Three soldiers dead after militant attack on Army unit in Jammu and Kashmir’s Nagrota: Two attackers are believed to be hiding in the area, which serves as the headquarters for the 16 Corps.
  2. Submit details of your transactions between November 8 and December 31, Modi tells BJP legislators: The prime minister was addressing the party’s parliamentary board on Tuesday.
  3. Plane carrying 81, including a Brazilian football team, crashes in Colombia, at least 25 dead: The Colombian Air Force, local fire department and police teams have reached the crash site in the La Union municipality.  
  4. Indian Army says it has evidence of Pakistan’s hand in mutilating a soldier’s body in Machhil: The forces had vowed ‘heavy retribution’ for the death of the jawan, who was allegedly beheaded by a Border Action Team.
  5. Two aides of Nabha mastermind arrested in Dehradun, police say they helped plan jailbreak: Two other accomplices of Palwinder Singh Pinda managed to escape, officers said.
  6. Reliance Jio alleges cartel-like behaviour by Airtel, Idea, Vodafone, moves Competition Commission: The body said it would pass a ruling if its director-general of investigation found any evidence to support the Mukesh Ambani-owned network’s claims.
  7. Somalian student identified as Ohio State University attacker: Eleven people were injured after Abdul Razak Ali Artan drove a car into a large group and began stabbing some of them with a butcher’s knife.
  8. Khurram Parvez is still in jail despite court’s release order because of a ‘minor clerical error’: The human rights activist’s date of detention was wrongly mentioned as September 19 instead of September 21 by the jail authorities. 
  9. South Korean President Park Geun-hye agrees to step down, asks Parliament to plan transition: The Opposition accused her of trying to circumvent impeachment proceedings.
  10. Three postal workers in Hyderabad booked by CBI for illicit exchange of old notes worth Rs 36 lakh: They allegedly replaced Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes with Rs 2,000 notes without carrying out the proper documentation.