A leading Indian news website has this headline today - "Top Judges Meet Today On Appointment Rejected By Government"
How would a reader, who lacks context, interpret this?
- The top judges are going to meet today, regarding someone's appointment, but the government has rejected the meeting.
- The top judges are meeting today about an (judicial) appointment that the government had rejected (some days back).
- Something else?
I know the context,and hence know that (2) is the correct interpretation. But I would like to know how people would commonly interpret this statement, and is there a better way to phrase the occurrence?