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News in brief: June 26
Bangalore, June 26: Protests have erupted again across the country against the rising price of sugar that is likely to affect the common man. This comes after the NDA government announced hike in railway fares a few days back.

7:50 pm: Uruguay striker Luis Suarez banned for four months from any football related activity.

7:30 pm: Swamy, BJP must understand that neither the Gandhi family nor Congress will get cowed down by such revengeful witch-hunts: Randeep Surjewala.

7:21 pm: Party will take appropriate action after taking necessary legal advice on receipt of summons: Randeep Surjewala on National Herald case.

7:00 pm: BJP leader Subramanian Swamy writes to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on ordering an I-T probe into the National Herald Case.

6:52 pm: Series of allegations began in less than 100 hrs but when one is working with sole aim of serving the nation, these things do not matter: PM.

6:26 pm: A big challenge I am facing is to convey to a select group of people about our intentions and sincerity to bring a positive change: Modi.

6:10 pm: Prima facie evidence has been found that is exactly why summons have been issued: BJP leader Siddharth Nath Singh on National Herald case.

5:43 pm: Bodoland Peoples Front breaks 13-yr alliance with Congress government in Assam. BPF chief Hagrama Mohilary alleges non-cooperation - PTI.

5:12 pm: Though general risks facing economy recede, push for growth poses challenges on fiscal and current account deficits: RBI report.

4:41 pm: Growth recovery appears bright with formation of a stable government, says RBI in its half-yearly financial stability report.

4:24 pm: Overall health of banking system better on improved asset quality and rising profits, says RBI's Financial Stability report.

4:00 pm: Prime Minister Narendra Modi writes to his Bangladeshi courterpart, hopes to foster new era of cooperation and connectivity - PTI.

3:43 pm: Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi says all charges against Sonia and Rahul Gandhi are false and motivated.

3:31 pm: Implementation of National Food Security Act extended by three months: Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan - PTI.

3.14 pm: PM Modi accepts Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's invitation to Bangladesh.

2.47 pm: PM says Centre and states should proactively mount a coordinated effort in implementing the advance action plan for the monsoon: PTI

2.30 pm: Suman Dubey and Sam Pitroda also summoned in the National Herald case.

2.00 pm: Magistrate court summons Sonia Gandhi on August 7 - Petition in the National Herald case had been filed by Subramanian Swamy.

1.00 pm: UGC chairman Ved Prakash meets HRD minister Smriti Irani: CNN-IBN

12.45 pm: Controversial American style FYUP (Four Year Undergrad Programme) dumped after standoff between Delhi University and UGC.

12.27 pm: Detained AISA students wanted to carry out their protest at the President's house

12.07 pm: Sushma Swaraj and Bangladesh Foreign Minister discuss issues of Visa in the meet.

11.44 am: Australian official says he is confident that missing Malaysian plane MH370 was flying on autopilot.

11.42 am: AISA students protesting at Central Secratariat Metro Station detained.

11.40 am: Shah Rukh Khan's driver held for allegedly raping Sangeeta Bijlani's maid.

11.25 am: The search for MH370 is moving to an area farther south in the southern Indian Ocean, Australian official says.

10.30 am: PIL filed in Supreme Court to restrain Centre from going ahead with arbitration proceedings in Vodafone tax row.

10.00 am: N Srinivasan, barred from Indian cricket board top post over IPL corruption, becomes International Cricket Council chairman.

9.30 am: Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu flags off Metro services between Mandi House and Central Secretariat.

9.05 am:  Campa Cola case: BMC finishes cutting off power, gas supply.

8.55 am: India content with U.S move to recognise Jamaat-ud-Dawa as terror group: MEA sources

8.45 am: U.S has added LeT's financial arm Jamaat-ud-Dawa to the list of designated terror organisations and imposed sanctions on two LeT operatives (read more).

8.30 am: Sunni Militants Advance Toward Large Iraqi Dam - NDTV reports.

8.15 am: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will also raise India's concern on illegal immigration from Bangladesh (read more).

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