1.00 am: Xabi Alonso makes it 1-0 for Spain against the Netherlands via penalty in their opening WC match.
12.00 am: Actress Priety Zinta files molestation case against her former boyfriend Ness Wadia.
11.30 pm: Uttarakhand CM harish Rawat injured during chopper landing, admitted to AIIMS.
11.30 pm: Mexico beat Cameroon 1-0 in their opening game in World Cup 2014.
10.50 pm: Mexico go 1-0 up against Cameroon at 61st minute as Peralta scores.
10.10 pm: Fifa provisionally bans former German player Franz Beckenbauer from all football activities for 90 days.
10.00 pm: Security beefed up ahead of PM Narendra Modi's visit to INS Vikramaditya on Saturday. Mig 29 planes to paatrol area.
10.00 pm: Arvind Kejriwal to vacate chief minister's residence.
9.50 pm: Two goals of Mexico controversially ruled out.
8.52 pm: Income Tax exemption may go up: Government sources
8.25 pm: Tata group Chairman Cyrus Mistry meets PM Narendra Modi. The meet has been described as a courtesy call.
8.20 pm: Maharashtra Legislative Assembly passes dance bar bill. It has been sent to the Legislative Council. No dance bars in 5-star hotels, the bill said.
7.40 pm: Moderate earthquake felt in Jammu and Kashmir.
7.15 pm: PM's brainstorming meeting on inflation, monsoon gets over.
3.38 pm: Senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha falls of a chair in Jail, sustains minor injuries.
3.18 pm: Activists say they are being targeted and allegations made against them in the IB report are false.
2.51 pm: JD(U) has demanded that the Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha should be from Congress.
2.40 pm: Maharashtra minister Narayan Rane proposes 20% reservation for Marathas ahead of Maharashtra Assembly polls
1.44 pm: People catch youth as he attempts to rape 7-year-old at Gajraula railway station in UP, hand him over to police.
1.21 pm: Army Chief briefs PM Modi on internal security, situation along the Line of Control and India's border with China.
1.15 pm: PM Modi replies to his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif's letter of June 2, says he looks forward to working with him- PTI.
1:00 pm: PM Narendra Modi writes to Nawaz Sharif, condemns in strongest terms the terrorist attack in Karachi.
12:45 pm: Congress demands Nihalchand Meghwal's resignation from Union Council of Ministers over court summons issued to him.
12:35 pm: BMC issues warning as freak high tide hits Mumbai.
BMC issues warning as freak high tide hits Mumbai pic.twitter.com/S4mWmcNmln— TIMES NOW (@timesnow) June 13, 2014
12:30 pm: Congress President Sonia Gandhi to visit her Parliamentary constituency, Rae Bareli for the first time after the Lok Sabha polls.
12.25 pm: Earthquake measuring 5.5 on Richter scale shakes Pakistan.
11.54 am: Congress workers protest outside BJP office in Delhi over power crisis.
11.45 am: After controversy, Goa MLAs say they will pay for trip to Brazil to 'study' World Cup
11.25 am: UP CM Akhilesh Yadav and Haryana CM Bhupinder Hooda sign MoU for construction of high level bridge on Yamuna.
11.10 am: Minister Nihalchand to meet PM today to put his side of story day after Jaipur court issues him notice in rape case.
10.46 am: More personnel set to join in on 5th day of search operations to trace 17 students still missing after being swept away by river Beas.
10.14 am: CBI registers cases against 6 Rajya Sabha MPs/ex-MPs in LTC scam. Searches going on at their premises: PTI
10.09 am: North Goa MP and Tourism Minister Shripad Naik says Goa Chief Minister to clarify on junket
9.45 am: 45-year-old man from Nallasopara in Maharashtra's Thane district allegedly beaten to death by mob who suspected him to be a thief (read more)
9.25 am: Congress president Sonia Gandhi to visit her parliamentary constituency Rae Bareli today with Priyanka Gandhi
9.08 am: Jaipur Court issues notice to MoS Chemical and Fertilisers Nihal Chand in connection with a 2011 rape case
8.42 am: Pakistan opens fire on Line of Control. Firing in Rajouri and Poonch sectors.
8.25 am: Former US President George HW Bush Skydives on 90th Birthday-
8.15 am: Brazil defeats Croatia 3-1 in the opening match at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil (read more).
8.00 am: Congress hits out at PM for asking leaders not to remark on rape cases.