1. Live I Orlando shooting: At least 20 dead, 42 injured in Florida gay nightclubAt least 20 people were dead and 42 were inured after a gunfire erupted at a gay nightclub in Orlando early on Sunday, the police said. The reports also stated that suspected gunman is also dead and the injured have been rushed to the hospital. Read more here.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>2. Live – BJP National Executive meeting underway; PM Modi, top leaders presentAhead of the BJP’s national executive meeting here, a meeting of the party’s national office-bearers has begun on Sunday with party president Amit Shah chairing it. The national executive meet will set the agenda for the assembly elections in the state which are less than a year away. The two-day conclave will conclude tomorrow and will be followed by a rally to be addressed by Modi. Read more here.3. Missing report pages exonerate Saudi Arabia govt on 9/11: CIA chiefCIA chief John Brennan says that he believes the 28 redacted pages of the 9/11 Commission report will prove that the Saudi Arabian government had no involvement in the 9/11 al Qaeda terror attacks. Read more here.4. US wants to damage Pakistan’s nuclear programme with help of India and Israel: Hafiz SaeedThe US has “moved ahead” of India in its enmity with Pakistan and wants to damage its nuclear programme, JuD chief Hafiz Saeed said. “America has moved ahead of India in its enmity with Pakistan. It carried out drone attack in Balochistan to kill Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour to test Pakistan whether it would give any reaction. Read more here.5. Saina Nehwal strengthens Rio claim; defeats Sun Yu to clinch second Australian Open titleIndian ace Saina Nehwal received a huge boost ahead of the Rio Olympics as she clinched her second Australian Open title after defeating China’s Sun Yu in a thrilling three-game final of the Super Series badminton tournament here today. Read more here.

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