Here's a wrap of the top stories picked from morning newspapers External affairs minister S Jaishankar has said that India and the US will need to “refresh” ties as the old globalised world order built after 1945 gives way to an emerging one, the Hindustan Times has reported. The new arrangement, Jaishankar said, is marked by a “proliferation of frenemies”, friends who differ and competitors who cooperate. The Times of india has reported that the UK high court has rejected Pakistan's claim and has ruled in favour of India and the descendants of the Hyderabad Nizam in a 35 million pounds case. As per the ruling, India and Nizam's kin have the the right to about ₹306 crore stashed away in a British bank account since Partition. India and the Nizam's descendants have a confidential settlement on how to split the money. Almost two months after they were locked in following the removal of Article 370, around a dozen top Opposition leaders of the Jammu region were allowed to move out of their homes on Wednesday, The Indian Express has reported. The leaders allowed to resume political activities include, senior NC leader and former J&K minister Devender Rana and former NC MLA Sajjad Kitchloo among others Udaan, the fastest Indian startup to achieve unicorn status, has raised $585 million in its latest round of funding, business paper Mint has reported. Udaan became the fastest Indian startup to achieve a valuation of more than a billion dollars, when it raised $225 million from DST Global and Lightspeed last year.