A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Karnataka Police arrest around 30, including WhatsApp group owner, in lynching case: A mob had killed a man and injured three of his friends on Friday on the suspicion that they were child-lifters.
  2. BJP’s communal remarks show disappointment within party, early elections likely, says Mayawati: Withdrawing from the ruling coalition in Jammu and Kashmir was the BJP’s first move towards early elections, the Bahujan Samaj Party chief claimed.
  3. ‘Chief minister’s post is not bed of roses,’ says HD Kumaraswamy on coalition government in Karnataka: Kumaraswamy said he was not happy being the chief minister, and added that he will resign within a few hours if the pressure gets to him.
  4. Senior advocate allegedly rapes lawyer in Delhi’s Saket court complex, arrested: The Saket Bar Association suspended the accused’s membership after the incident.
  5. Previous governments left development projects incomplete, Narendra Modi says in Uttar Pradesh: Modi inaugurated the Bansagar canal project and laid the foundation stone for a medical college in Mirzapur on Sunday.
  6. Two BSF jawans killed, one injured in gunfight with alleged Naxalites: The two deceased constables were identified as Lokender Singh and Mukdhiyar Singh, from Rajasthan and Punjab.
  7. Centre refuses to share Facebook’s response over data breach scandal, says report: In response to an RTI query, the government said it had set up an expert committee to draft a data protection framework for India.
  8. At least six killed in explosion outside rural ministry’s office in Kabul: As many as six people were wounded in the attack.
  9. Donald Trump told me to sue the European Union, British PM tells BBC: But Theresa May said the US president had also told her to keep negotiating with the bloc.
  10. Two killed, 25 wounded as Israel launches biggest air strikes on Gaza since 2014: However, Hamas and Israel accepted an Egyptian offer of a ceasefire.