A look at the headlines right now:

  1. NaMo app data is shared with third party companies to improve user experience, says BJP: The party and government officials dismissed a cyber security expert’s allegation that the app shares private information of its users without their consent.
  2. ‘I’m sorry we didn’t do more at the time’, Mark Zuckerberg apologises in full-page newspaper ads: The advertisement made no mention of Cambridge Analytica, the British firm accused of using the private data of more than five crore Facebook users.
  3. Delhi Police suspend two officers for snatching journalist’s camera during JNU protests: After eight students accused a JNU professor of sexual misconduct, 165 scientists called for action against harassment in Indian labs.
  4. I am not absconding, why should I surrender, asks minister’s son accused in Bhagalpur clashes: RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav and the BJP’s Subramanian Swamy asked why Arijit Shashwat, the son of Ashwini Kumar Choubey, has not been arrested yet.
  5. One dead, at least 8 injured in clashes during Ram Navami celebrations in West Bengal: The BJP alleged that the Trinamool Congress was behind the attack on a pandal in Bardhaman district.
  6. Toll in Siberia shopping mall fire climbs to 40: The fire started in the children’s entertainment room in the building after a trampoline caught fire, an official said.
  7. Heatwave expected to continue in Mumbai, surrounding areas on Monday: The city on Sunday recorded a maximum temperature of 41 degrees Celsius, which is the hottest day in March since 2011.
  8. Rahul Gandhi in Karnataka asks JD(S) if it is with BJP, accuses the party of not having any ideology: Seven former JD(S) MLAs joined the Congress in Mysuru on Sunday.
  9. Bhopal Police arrest four men, parade them through the streets for allegedly raping a 20-year-old: Inspector General of Police Jaideep Kumar said this practice has instilled fear in offenders and also boosted women’s confidence to lodge complaints.
  10. Today’s Google Doodle celebrates 45 years of the Chipko Movement: As part of the 1973 campaign, local women hugged trees in the forests of Chamoli district to protect them from being cut.