A look at the headlines right now:

  1. SC asks Hadiya to continue her education: During the hearing in the Kerala conversion case in open court, Hadiya had said that she wanted freedom.
  2. Congress has no policy, leader or bond with the people, Modi says as he begins campaign in Gujarat: The prime minister is expected to address at least 35 rallies in the state ahead of the Assembly elections.
  3. Complaint filed against RJD leader Lalu Prasad Yadav’s son in Delhi for threatening to flay Modi: Tej Pratap Yadav made the remarks after the Centre decided to scale down his father’s security cover on account of reduced security threat perception.
  4. Supreme Court rejects plea for DNA test filed by woman claiming to be Jayalalithaa’s daughter: Amrutha said she was brought up as the daughter of the late Tamil Nadu chief minister’s late sister Shylaja.
  5. There was nothing suspicious about Justice Loya’s death, say two Bombay High Court judges: Justices Bhushan Gavai and Sunil Shukre were at the hospital when Brijgopal Harkishan Loya was declared dead in 2014.
  6. Prince Harry engaged to American actress Meghan Markle, will get married in 2018: The couple is expected to take part in a broadcast interview later on Monday.
  7. Decades of infrastructure neglect is taking its toll, says Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani: He made the statement after four train accidents in less than 12 hours in Uttar Pradesh and Odisha killed seven people and injured at least 11.  
  8. BJP, Congress release fresh list of candidates ahead of nomination deadline for Gujarat elections: Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani will contest the elections independently from Vadgam, and Arvind Kejriwal urged voters to choose any party but the BJP.
  9. Centre tells Supreme Court it is willing to extend Aadhaar-linking deadline to March 31, say reports: The government had earlier said it was open to pushing the last date only for those who do not have the 12-digit number yet. 
  10. Populist nationalism can damage economic growth, says Raghuram Rajan: The former RBI governor also warned against ‘political solutions’ to concerns about job reservations.