A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Manmohan Singh asks Modi to keep Teen Murti complex dedicated to Jawaharlal Nehru: The government plans to set up a museum for all prime ministers in the complex.
  2. Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma wins South Tura seat by 8,421 votes: In the Ranikor seat, United Democratic Party candidate P Marwein is leading over National People’s Party nominee Martin M Danggo.
  3. Two die in shooting at video game tournament in Florida, gunman kills himself: At least 13 people were injured in the incident when the shooter opened fire in a shopping and dining complex in Jacksonville.
  4. Saina Nehwal ends campaign with bronze after semi-final loss to world No 1 Tai Tzu Ying: The top seed from Chinese Taipei accelerated in the last few minutes to snuff out the Indian’s chances 21-17, 21-14.
  5. Gauri Lankesh, Narendra Dabholkar murders are linked, CBI tells court: The agency said a suspect in the Lankesh case had handed over a pistol and three bullets to the prime accused in the Dabholkar case.
  6. Sensex, Nifty surge to all-time high in morning session as Asian stocks rise: Banking, FMCG and metal stocks led the gains in the markets.
  7. Kerala CM says state is planning to raise loan from World Bank to rebuild infrastructure, says report: While Pinarayi Vijayan did not mention the amount, an unidentified government official said they were preparing a concept note to raise Rs 3,000 crore.
  8. Congress says Centre’s DNA profiling bill will violate right to privacy: Party spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi said the government should introduce a comprehensive data protection law first.
  9. Myanmar court postpones verdict in case against Reuters journalists due to judge’s poor health: The two were charged with obtaining secret state documents and have been in jail since December.
  10. One dead, four rescued as two four-storey government buildings collapse in Ahmedabad: The chief fire officer said the rescue operations were likely to be called off in the next few hours as no one had been reported missing.