A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Do not look at triple talaq through a political lens, says Narendra Modi: Speaking at the Basava Convention, the prime minister called upon the reformers of the community to fight for the rights of Muslim women.
  2. Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif fires adviser over security meeting being leaked to Dawn: The meeting that was reported by the Pakistan daily had highlighted an alleged rift between the military and civilian government.
  3. Digvijaya Singh removed as Congress’ general secretary in Goa, Karnataka: The party had won the most seats in Goa’s Assembly polls but could not manage to cobble together an alliance to form the government.
  4. My first 100 days as president were ‘just about the most successful’ in US history, says Donald Trump: North Korea fired a ballistic missile as the new president completed 100 days in office.
  5. Farmer suicides are caused by lack of ‘spirituality’, claims Ravi Shankar: The Art of Living founder said yoga and pranayam would help farmers ease their ‘suicidal tendencies’.
  6. Will introspect and course correct, says Arvind Kejriwal on MCD poll defeat: The Delhi chief minister conceded that AAP made mistakes and added that the need of the hour was action, not excuses.
  7. Google’s Sundar Pichai received almost $200 million as compensation in 2016: Alphabet, Google’s parent company, attributed the numbers to the Indian-born executive’s ‘numerous successful product launches’.
  8. Uttarakhand HC issues legal notice to river Ganga soon after it is declared a ‘living entity’: The High Court asked it and other respondents to explain why land on the riverbank was given to construct a garbage dump.
  9. Dawood Ibrahim’s health is fine, says aide Chhota Shakeel while dismissing media reports: Reports had said the underworld don, who is based in Karachi, had been admitted to a hospital and was in critical condition.
  10. A woman’s choice to love has to be respected, says Supreme Court: The apex court said there was no room for chauvinism and that a man should not put his ‘ego on a pedestal and abandon the concept of civility’.