A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Narendra Modi meets Xi Jinping on the sidelines of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit: The two leaders took stock of the progress in implementing the decisions they had taken at their informal meeting in Wuhan in April.
  2. Dust storm and strong winds hit national capital, airport operations suspended: There is no report of damage to property or casualties yet.  
  3. ‘Nipah virus has been contained in Kerala,’ says Union Minister of State for Health Ashwini Choubey: The minister said the families of those who died of the virus were kept in isolation and are out of danger.  
  4. Two flights diverted, trains delayed due to bad weather in Mumbai: The weather department has predicted heavy rainfall in many places across the city till June 11. 
  5. Karnataka Cabinet portfolios assigned, Kumaraswamy keeps 11 ministries for himself: The chief minister will handle the intelligence wing, but the home ministry, under which the department falls, will be headed by Deputy CM G Parameshwara.  
  6. Class 12 students of Bihar board say they received marks higher than the total: Some students also claimed that they were awarded marks in tests they never appeared for.  
  7. Afghan Taliban declares three-day ceasefire, but will continue to target foreign troops: The terrorist group also said that its shadow governors should release prisoners who did not pose a future threat.
  8. EC inquiry finds no fake voters in Madhya Pradesh electoral rolls: A week ago, the Congress submitted a complaint alleging that there are approximately 60 lakh fake voters registered in the voting list.  
  9. UP businessman who accused CM’s principal secretary of demanding bribe detained: A video released by state government officials showed Abhishek Gupta saying that he had ‘lost his mental balance’ when he made the allegations.  
  10. Two Trinamool Congress workers killed; Opposition blames ‘infighting’ in ruling party: Trinamool Congress General Secretary Partha Chatterjee claimed the party’s supporters were being attacked since the panchayat polls.