A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Mayawati claims BJP used malpractices to win the ninth Rajya Sabha seat in Uttar Pradesh: The BSP chief said her party’s defeat would not affect the tie-up with the Samajwadi Party.
  2. UIDAI says report of Aadhaar data-leak on state-run company’s system is ‘false, irresponsible’: The identification authority said even if the news was true, it would raise doubts only about the security of the utility firm’s data.
  3. Delhi Police file FIR against participants of JNU protest march: However, the police did not take any action against the officer accused of molesting a journalist.
  4. Thousands of students march across US for their lives, demand stricter gun laws: ‘Nothing can stand in the way of millions of voices calling for change,’ said former US President Barack Obama.
  5. Lalu Prasad Yadav sentenced to 14 years in prison in another fodder scam case: He was awarded seven years each under the Indian Penal Code and the Prevention of Corruption Act, and both sentences will run consecutively.
  6. Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu says Amit Shah’s letter is ‘full of false information’: The Telugu Desam Party leader accused the BJP national president of spreading lies.
  7. US White House asks military to stop enlisting transgender people:Transgender personnel who are currently in the military may continue to serve, but they could be asked to serve according to their gender at birth.
  8. Economy is growing at a decent pace, but Centre is still unable to create jobs, says Rahul Gandhi: He also claimed that the BJP was trying to change the Constitution, and vowed to stop it from happening.
  9. Tehreek-e-Hurriyat chairperson’s missing son joins Hizbul Mujahideen, say reports: The family had filed a missing complaint after he did not return home till late on Friday.
  10. British investigators raid Cambridge Analytica’s office in London: Meanwhile, Facebook is facing four lawsuits in US federal courts in the aftermath of the revelation that the British firm used the data of five crore users.