A look at the headlines right now:

  1. ‘From Dehradun to Dublin, there’s only yoga’, says Modi as he kicks off International Yoga Day in Uttarakhand: Several Union ministers are expected to mark the event in different parts of the country.
  2. Donald Trump signs executive order to stop migrant family separations: The president’s statement came after outrage over children being separated from their parents while illegally crossing the US border.
  3. New Panama Papers ‘leak’ includes 12,000 documents linking Indians to secret tax havens: The files show that Mossack Fonseca served a notice to actor Amitabh Bachchan, naming him as a director of a firm from which it threatened to resign as agent.
  4. One police officer killed, two injured in suspected militant attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pampore: This is the first attack since Governor’s rule was imposed in the state on Wednesday while General Bipin Rawat said Governor’s rule will not affect Army’s operations.
  5. Writer, doctor Atul Gawande made CEO of Amazon’s joint healthcare company: Amazon, Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway, and JP Morgan Chase had announced their healthcare venture in January.
  6. Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian quits, will return to US due to ‘family commitments’: Subramanian said his last date at the ministry has not been decided yet.
  7. Warrant for Vijay Mallya’s arrest issued by anti-money laundering court in Mumbai: Special Judge MS Azmi took note of the chargesheet filed by the Enforcement Directorate against Mallya for money laundering.
  8. Pakistan welcomes UN’s decision to investigate alleged human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir: Pakistan’s permanent representative in the United Nations, Farukh Amil, also condemned the killing of Rising Kashmir editor Shujaat Bukhari.
  9. Bank of Maharashtra CEO, other top officials arrested in loan fraud case in Pune: Police said the bank officials colluded with DS Kulkarni Developers Ltd by sanctioning them money under the ‘garb of a loan’.
  10. Meghalaya Police back chief minister’s claim that violent protests in Shillong were ‘sponsored’: Conrad Sangma had claimed that alcohol and money were supplied to the protestors.