Match fixing allegations hit FIFA; more news updates of July 1

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News in brief: July 1
Bangalore, July 1: After weeks of protests, Delhi University to begin admission process today. Here are the latest news updates of the day-

7:00 pm: Gopal Subramanium segregation was unilaterally done by government without my knowledge and consent: CJI (PTI).

6:30 pm: Independence of judiciary will never be compromised, Chief Justice of India Justice R M Lodha says on Gopal Subramanium controversy (PTI).

6:12 pm: After Goa PWD minister said girls shouldn't go to pubs, Sudhin Dhavalikar says bikini culture must be banned in Goa.

5:45 pm: TMC has acted with speed, alacrity and caution. Tapas Pal has offered an unconditional apology letter: Derek O'Brien.

5:20 pm: The rise in petrol, diesel prices & soaring food prices have come as surprise to those who harboured expectations from the new govt: Nitish Kumar.

5:11 pm: I-T readying to send a notice to Congress questioning them as to why the exemption given to it should not be withdrawn: Sources

5:00 pm: After summons to Gandhis in the National Herald case - now Congress likely to get a I-T notice: Sources.

4:52 pm: Congress, BJP mount pressure on Mamata Banerjee, question her silence; Despite the furore, TMC gives Tapas Pal 48 hours to explain himself.

4:19 pm: After Tapas Pal, another TMC leader makes a brazen remark -TMC Bankura district president Aroop Chakraborty asks people to behead outsiders.

4:00 pm: Complaint lodged against TMC MP Tapas Pal at the Nakashipara police station.

3:58 pm: President Pranab Mukherjee joins micro-blogging site Twitter.

3.45 pm: Cameroon Football Federation to investigate allegations of match fixing by its players at the World Cup.

3.35 pm: French foreign minister invites Narendra Modi to France.

3.00 pm: JDU Protest against fuel price hike in Patna, Bihar.

2.35 pm: CBI court dismisses Lalu Prasad's petition - the RJD had approached the court to drop other cases against him in the fodder scam case.

2.23 pm: TMC chief Mamata Banerjee unhappy with Tapas Pal's comments.

2.00 pm: MHA seeks report from West Bengal government over Tapas Pal's rape remark.

1.45 pm: Bangalore: Youth Congress protest against Fuel Price Hike.

1.00 pm: Congress protest outside Madhya Pradesh Assembly against Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan over exam scam .

12.40 pm: Supreme Court grants bail to Tehelka co-founder Tarun Tejpal on condition that he won't attempt to influence witnesses (read more)

12.14 pm: I am not associated with any e-rickshaw manufacturing firm, says Nitin Gadkari responding to questions from reporters.

11.50 am: Judicial source says former French president Nicolas Sarkozy detained for questioning in graft probe.

11.30 am: SC refuses to entertain a PIL seeking direction to Centre to recover Rs 21,000 crore from Vodafone.

10.48 am: "Why has the West Bengal Chief Minister not commented on the issue yet?" ask women activists.

10.11 am: Atleast five wounded in Cairo explosions - NDTV reports.

9.43 am: Chennai building collapse: Three more rescued 60 hours after tragedy; 24 dead, 20 still feared trapped.

9.05 am: Tapas Pal's wife apologises for his distasteful comments, says he shouldn't have lost his cool.

8.42 am: The first cut-off list of Delhi University for its undergraduate courses for the third time touches the 100 per cent-mark (read more)

8.30 am: Big respite for students, as Delhi University begins its admission process today.

8.15 am: Trinmool Congress seeks explanation from MP Tapas Pal for his derogatory remarks against CPM workers.

8.00 am: I wasn't in favour of Modi, but happy to allow him to rule in a democratic, secular way: Amartya Sen.

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