A look at the headlines right now:

  1. BJP’s Kavinder Gupta sworn in as Jammu and Kashmir deputy chief minister: Nirmal Singh resigned from the post a day before a Cabinet reshuffle.
  2. At least 25 killed, several injured in two back-to-back explosions in Kabul: An AFP photographer was among four journalists killed in the second blast. 
  3. Six-year-old girl, who was allegedly raped in Odisha, dies after week-long struggle: She suffered a cardiac arrest, said the medical superintendent at Cuttack’s SCB Medical College and Hospital.  
  4. UK home secretary Amber Rudd quits, says she inadvertently misled MPs about deportation targets: Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott alleged that Prime Minister Theresa May was the ‘architect of this crisis’.  
  5. Candidates’ chests marked ‘SC’, ‘ST’, ‘OBC’ during exam for constable’s post, inquiry ordered: Officials said this might have been done to ensure compliance as medical eligibility criteria differ for candidates with caste.  
  6. North Korea to reset its clocks to align with South Korea: The announcement followed the historic summit on April 29 during which the South Korean President and North’s leader Kim Jong Un agreed to end hostilities.
  7. Three CRPF personnel suspended after woman alleges one of them raped her in Jammu: The complainant lodged a police complaint on Saturday after a video of the incident was reportedly circulated on social media.  
  8. Meerut man accused of cow slaughter, dies in custody, three police personnel booked for murder: The Gujjar community has threatened protests across Uttar Pradesh if authorities do not meet the demands of the man’s family.  
  9. Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani says mythological sage Narad had as much information as Google: He was speaking at an event organised by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s Vishwa Samvad Kendra in Ahmedabad.  
  10. Assaulted for skinning a cow in 2016, Dalit family in Una converts to Buddhism: Days before the conversion, one of the accused attacked two of the family again and asked them to withdraw the case.