Top 10 headlines this morning

Build-up to abrogation of Article 35A begins, does it go before Aug 15? Build-up to abrogation of Article 35A begins, does it go before Aug 15?

Most people in Jammu and Kashmir, especially in the Valley, believe that Article 35A of the Constitution is going amid reports that the idea of dividing the state into three union territories of Jammu, Valley and Ladakh is also being toyed with.

For the common Kashmiri, the priority right now is completely different : the immediate concern is stocking rations, medicines, edible oil, vegetables etc. According to media reports security forces have been told to be in readiness during the next 24 hours for a Valley-wide clampdown.

Whats App payment services :  Supreme Court directs RBI

The Supreme Court of India has granted six weeks time to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to file a report whether Whats App had complied with norms for launching its payment services.

Coal production from Talcher Coal fields paralysed for the 10th consecutive day on August 2

Coal production and supply from Talcher Coal fields of Mahanadi Coal Fields Limited (MCL) remained paralysed for the 10th consecutive day on August 2, resulting in over Rs 280 crore loss to the company and the exchequers of the state and the Centre.

Donald Trump signs two-year budget deal to boost spending

US President Donald Trump on Friday signed the “Bipartisan Budget Act of 2019,” which boosts discretionary spending limits and suspends the public debt limit for the next two years.

England on top in 1st Ashes Test

As Australia had an answer with Steven Smith, England opener Rory Burns (125 off 282) gave a befitting reply to push his side 267/4 against the visitors as they took on a 17-run lead at the Edgbaston cricket ground here on Friday.

Media losing people’s trust worldwide, thanks to social media

A new study has revealed that the more people feel they are exposed to fake news on social media on a regular basis, the more they are likely to distrust the media in general.

Famed ‘Ninja’ gamer quits Twitch to join Microsoft’s platform

Renowned gaming celebrity Richard Tyler Blevins who goes by the name of ‘Ninja’ on digital platforms has decided to quit Amazon’s live streaming subsidiary Twitch to join Microsoft-owned live video game streaming.

Bata India looking at opening 500 franchise stores

Footwear major Bata India is planning to open about 500 franchise stores which would come up in small towns over the next five years, media reports through a top company official.

BSP refutes party MLA’s charge

The BSP on Friday strongly refuted the charge levelled by Rajasthan party MLA Rajendra Guda claiming that the party offers election ticket to candidates depending on the money given to the party.

Juvenile held for killing friend in east Delhi

The police on Friday apprehended a juvenile for killing his teenage friend in east Delhi’s Shakarpur area

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