A look at the headlines right now:

  1. No red corner notice against Zakir Naik, says Interpol: The notice is to locate and provisionally arrest individuals pending extradition.
  2. Rahul Gandhi takes over as Congress chief, says his party represents all Indians: The Congress president said that today, politics was used to crush people instead of lifting them.  
  3. UIDAI bars Airtel, its payments bank from Aadhaar-based e-KYC verification, reports said: There were allegations that Airtel uses Aadhaar details to establish e-KYC credentials of users and open accounts on their payments bank without consent.
  4. Maoist ideologue Kobad Ghandy rearrested days after release on bail: In a handwritten note, Ghandy said he was old and in poor health, and would blame the government if his health deteriorated in jail.
  5. United States may revoke rule that allows work authorisation for spouses of H-1B visa holders: The Department of Homeland Security has proposed revoking the rule, which was brought in by the Barack Obama administration in 2015.  
  6. Tension in the North Korean peninsula is the most dangerous peace and security matter, says UN chief: The Secretary General expressed concern over the risk of a military confrontation in the region.  
  7. BJP MP Sanjay Kakade suggests anti-incumbency mood may affect the party in Gujarat: He said his survey had shown the situation for the BJP in Gujarat was ‘grave’.  
  8. E-waybills mandatory for inter-state movement of goods from February 1, says GST Council: For transfer of goods within a state, e-waybills will be compulsory from June 1.  
  9. Election Commission to conduct re-polling at six booths in Gujarat on Sunday: The poll panel cited technical reasons for the decision.  
  10. PM Narendra Modi announces Rs 79,000 crore to develop roads, railways in Northeast India: The Centre will spend Rs 100 crore to make Meghalaya a major tourist destination, Modi said.