A look at the headlines right now.

  1. Haryana Police arrest one of the three main accused in Rewari gangrape: Two other main accused, Army man Pankaj and college student Manish, are still on the run, while two accomplices were arrested on Sunday.
  2. Janata Dal (United) says seat sharing talks with BJP for 2019 Lok Sabha elections at final stage: The agreement will be officially announced soon, party leader RCP Singh said in Patna after a four-hour meeting.
  3. ISRO successfully launches two UK earth observation satellites from Sriharikota space centre: The space organisation’s chairman K Sivan said the Chandrayaan-2 will be launched on January 3.
  4. BJP insists Goa CM Manohar Parrikar is in good health, says there is no need to change leadership: The former defence minister has been admitted to AIIMS in Delhi amid calls to replace him and redistribute his state portfolios.
  5. Rising prices of petrol and diesel will cost Narendra Modi government dearly, claims Ramdev: Speaking at NDTV Youth Conclave, the yoga guru claimed he can sell fuel for half the price it is being sold at currently.
  6. Over 2.4 million people evacuated as typhoon Mangkhut hits China, toll in Philippines rises to 64: Mangkhut is considered the strongest storm of 2018.
  7. Congress alleges 70 lakh discrepancies in Telangana electoral rolls:The Election Commission said it will thoroughly examine and address these objections if the party submits the details by September 25.
  8. I knew of sexual abuse allegations against Buddhist teachers since 1990s, says the Dalai Lama: People who commit sexual abuse don’t care about the Buddha’s teaching, said the spiritual leader.
  9. Case filed against Tamil Nadu BJP leader H Raja for calling police ‘anti-Hindu’, corrupt: The police had stopped him from taking a certain communally-sensitive route during a Ganesha idol immersion procession at Meiyapuram in Pudukottai district.
  10. Bahujan Samaj Party will form alliance only if given respectable share of seats, says Mayawati: She termed mob lynching in the name of cow vigilantism as a ‘blot on democracy’.