A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Padmavati maker Viacom18 defers film’s release: A Haryana BJP leader announced a Rs 10-crore reward for beheading Deepika Padukone and Sanjay Leela Bhansali.
  2. Zimbabwe’s ruling party ousts Robert Mugabe from leadership: Former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa replaced the 93-year-old, who has till noon on Monday to resign as president or face impeachment.
  3. Congress says it has settled differences with Hardik Patel’s Patidar outfit: The Gujarat Election Commission has ordered an investigation into an alleged communal video released ahead of the polls.
  4. Indian Army says it has killed 190 militants in Jammu and Kashmir this year, 110 of them foreigners: The state police are investigating the Islamic State’s claim that it carried out the attack in Srinagar, in which an officer was killed.
  5. Top United States general says he will resist any unlawful nuclear strike order from Donald Trump: General John Hyten, who heads the US Strategic Command, said those who implement an illegal order could face life in prison.
  6. Over 200 government websites publicly displayed details of Aadhaar users, says UIDAI: The data was removed from those websites after the breach was noticed, the authority said in a reply to an RTI.
  7. Uttar Pradesh CM Adityanath warns criminals, says they will either be jailed or killed in encounters: The BJP leader claimed that the law-and-order situation in the state has improved since his government took charge in March.
  8. Signals from missing Argentine Navy vessel raise hope that 44 on board are alive: Defence Ministry: Several failed ‘satellite calls’ were detected from the ARA San Juan submarine, the government said.
  9. Bihar medical college fines 54 students Rs 25,000 each for ragging: The Darbhanga college fined the second-year students for hazing their juniors and first-year students for not naming the guilty.
  10. Manmohan Singh to receive Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace: As the prime minister for 10 years, he led India to an era of ‘rapid economic and social change’, the trust that gives the award said.