A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Kejriwal’s meeting with disgruntled leader Kumar Vishwas remains inconclusive: Vishwas insisted that stern action be taken against Okhla MLA Amantullah Khan who had accused him of trying to overthrow Kejriwal.
  2. At least eight dead as suicide bombing targets Nato convoy near US embassy in Kabul: Afghan officials said that at least 25 people were injured in the incident that took place near Massoud Square.
  3. Justice CS Karnan orders issuance of non-bailable warrants against CJI, six other SC judges: Meanwhile, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi said he was not sure whether the controversial judge would undergo medical check-up as directed by the top court.
  4. Suspected militants decamp with the rifles of policemen guarding a court complex in Shopian district in Kashmir: No one was injured in the attack.
  5. Twitter announces live video deals across news, sports and entertainment sectors: Hundreds of hours of exclusive, live video content will soon be available on the micro-blogging website.
  6. Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin discuss possibility of ceasefire in Syria over phone call: The United States will send a representative to attend the peace talks to be held in Kazakhstan on Wednesday and Thursday.
  7. Some AAP leaders are conspiring against me, Kumar Vishwas says amid party infighting: The senior party member expressed disappointment over the way the leadership had dealt with Amanatullah Khan for his comments.
  8. Madhya Pradesh changes fiscal year to January-December, days after Narendra Modi pitched for it: The Shivraj Singh Chouhan government will present its next Budget in December 2017.
  9. Aadhaar will help India fulfill its international obligations, attorney general tells SC: Mukul Rohatgi dismissed arguments against making Aadhaar mandatory, calling them the ‘luxury of the rich’.
  10. CBI, ED officials in London to expedite Vijay Mallya’s extradition process: The Indian team will share information against the former liquor baron in loan default cases against him, officials said.
  11. China’s One Belt-One Road programme gives it vested interest in solving Kashmir dispute, says report: Beijing considers the mediation process between India and Pakistan as one of its major challenges in safeguarding its overseas interests.