A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Gunman yells ‘go back to your own country’ before shooting Sikh man in the arm in Seattle suburb: The New York-based Sikh Coalition has urged authorities to investigate the incident as a hate crime.
  2. Wrestler Sakshi Malik claims Haryana government failed to fulfil promises made after her Olympic win: In a series of tweets, she questioned whether the state administration’s declarations were ‘only for the media’.
  3. Oxford Bookstore in Delhi cancels activist Teesta Setalvad’s book discussion: The volatile mood in the city had prompted the decision, the store management said in an email.
  4. J&K: Policeman, two militants killed in encounter in Tral: The operation began after security forces were tipped off about the presence of suspected Hizbul Mujahideen radicals in the area. 
  5. Bastar’s controversial former inspector general SRP Kalluri gets notices for indiscipline: He was pulled up for attending a private event in Jagdalpur without informing his superiors and sharing a WhatsApp post on it, violating state government rules.
  6. Karan Johar confirms he is now a father to twins via surrogacy: Roohi and Yash were born in Mumbai’s Masrani Hospital last month, but their birth was registered with the Public Health Department on Friday.
  7. BSP’s Ayodhya candidate booked in alleged gangrape case in Faizabad: The woman claimed that Bazmi Siddiqui had raped her three months ago, as well, but the local police had managed to save him.
  8. Kim Jong-nam killing: Malaysia expels North Korean envoy, gives him 48 hours to leave the country: The decision was made after Pyongyang refused to apologise for the ambassador’s remarks that Kuala Lumpur was trying to defame North Korea.
  9. July 1 looks like the possible date for GST rollout, Arun Jaitley says after Council meet: Drafts of central GST and integrated GST were cleared by states on Saturday.
  10. Maharashtra’s new taxi policy will curb surge pricing by Ola, Uber: The government has announced a set of new rules to regulate app-based cab aggregators in the state.