A look at the headlines right now.

  1. Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia hospitalised while Satyendar Jain’s condition is stable: The Delhi High Court criticised Arvind Kejriwal and his ministers for protesting inside the Lieutenant General’s office.
  2. Centre committed to meeting fiscal deficit target of 3.3% for current financial year, says Piyush Goyal: The finance minister took a dig at the Congress, saying it would not sacrifice micro-economic stability and good governance for political exigencies.
  3. Audi CEO Rupert Stadler arrested in diesel emissions probe in Germany: Munich authorities said they arrested the German automaker’s chief over suspicions that he may tamper with evidence.  
  4. ‘Why should Modi react if a dog dies in Karnataka,’ asks Pramod Muthalik on Gauri Lankesh murder: The Sri Ram Sene chief later clarified that he did not mean to compare the journalist to a dog but only wondered if the PM should comment on every death.
  5. In rare remarks, Melania Trump calls for end to migrant families being separated at US border: Children separated from parents trying to enter the US illegally are reportedly being held in warehouses and ‘cages’.
  6. Toll rises to 23 in North East floods, situation improves in Manipur and Tripura: In Assam, major rivers are still overflowing.
  7. Two suspected militants killed in fresh gunfight on 10th day of search operation in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bandipora: Four militants and a soldier have been killed in the operation so far.
  8. At least three killed as earthquake of magnitude 6.1 hits Japan’s Osaka: The Japanese government said it was not aware of any reports of damage to nuclear power plants.
  9. ‘Minor’ leak of sulphuric acid detected at Sterlite copper plant in Thoothukudi: District collector Sandeep Nanduri said there was ‘no need to panic’ and the leak would be plugged on Monday.
  10. Grand Alliance can be revived if Nitish Kumar leaves NDA, says Congress: An ‘anti-BJP alliance’ is necessary for national welfare, claimed Shakti Singh Gohil, the Delhi in-charge of the Congress.