A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Injured to be airlifted to Delhi, call for shutdown in Jammu after Amarnath Yatra attack: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said the incident was a ‘blot’ on all Kashmiris and Muslims.
  2. Book Nawaz Sharif and family for corruption, probe panel recommends: The Pakistan prime minister has rejected the report, calling it ‘trash’, but Opposition parties have asked him to resign.
  3. Need more time to decide new Team India coach, says cricket advisory panel member Sourav Ganguly: The former Indian captain said the CAC wanted to have a word with skipper Virat Kohli before arriving at a decision.
  4. Tamil Nadu reports India’s fourth case of Zika: Health authorities said the patient has no history of travel to countries with the outbreak, and that the virus may have been locally transmitted.
  5. BJP leader Nupur Sharma booked for sharing fake image of West Bengal violence: The party’s Delhi unit spokesperson had tried to pass off a photo from the 2002 Gujarat riots as one depicting the unrest in North 24 Parganas district. 
  6. The Ram Temple will be constructed, says Union minister Mahesh Sharma: He said it would be done ‘either by the court of law or by consensus’.
  7. RBI may soon reveal the value of demonetised notes it never received: The central bank is planning to hold a meeting with its auditors later in July to calculate the amount.
  8. Toll in Assam flood rises to 32, over 12 lakh people across 20 districts affected: The state’s disaster management authority said 2,053 villages were currently under water.
  9. Rahul Gandhi defends meeting Chinese ambassador, says it’s his ‘job to be informed on critical issues’: The Congress vice president questioned why three Union ministers had made a trip to the country amid the ongoing Sikkim standoff.
  10. J&K government asked to pay Rs 10 lakh compensation to man used as a human shield: Farooq Amhad Dar had filed a complaint with the state human rights commission against the Army honouring Major Leetul Gogoi for the act.