From discussion over the Kashmir unrest in the Parliament to how Hillary Clinton is taking some weight from the Donald Trump campaign to her side and more behind the split of Martina Hingis and Sania Mirza from the Rio Games, here are the top news on Hindustan Times tonight:
The Centre agreed to an all-party meeting on Friday to discuss how to end weeks of violent unrest in Kashmir, as pressure mounted on the government to open a broad dialogue with the state to resolve the crisis triggered by the killing of Burhan Wani.
Outgoing RBI governor Raghuram Rajan on Wednesday termed the political attacks on him as abominable, saying he was open to staying a bit longer at the RBI to complete the unfinished work of bank clean up, but is perfectly happy to go. Rajan’s 3-year term at the central bank ends on September 3.
A US state department report on International Religious Freedom said there were reports of religiously motivated killings, assaults, coerced religious conversions, riots, and actions in India in 2015.
A coalition of US groups representing more than 10 million scientists and engineers published 20 questions they want every US presidential candidate to answer ahead of November’s vote. The questions range from how to support vaccine science, to defining the scope of America’s goals in space, to the candidates’ views on climate change and what would they would do about it.
An indigenously built Chinese battle tank that has created a buzz in military circles could become the People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA) primary tank of the future. The Type-96B – a new tank in the Type-96 family – is ready to replace its predecessors after performing well at ongoing war games organised by Russia.
One of the most successful women’s doubles teams in recent times has parted ways. Martina Hingis has conveyed to her partner Sania Mirza that she will no longer partner her on the WTA Tour, sources close to the Indian star have told journalists.
For some time, Hingis and Mirza have had differences over their mixed doubles run-ins. What exactly happened in there? Read full report
The women’s 10m synchronised platform competition at the Rio Games took place with athletes plunging into a murky green diving pool that contrasted sharply with the normal azure of the adjacent water-polo pool.
Hello, a new social media platform, has taken a page each from the playbooks of existing rivals Snapchat, Instagram and Pinterest. Founded by Orkut Büyükkökten, who made Orkut in early 2000s before it was killed by Facebook, Hello bets on “love” as opposed to “likes”, which has been popularised by Facebook.