10:00 pm: Sharapova wins second French Open Title in three years
9:00 pm: 66 IAS, 42 IPS Officers transferred in Uttar Pradesh after public outrage
7:41 pm: Yogendra Yadav and Naveen Jaihind's resignations rejected, it was a unanimous decision: AAP
7:21 pm: Six live bombs, similar to those used in last year's blasts in Patna, recovered near Sithio in Ranchi
6:43 pm: 9 children die in West Bengal hospital due to unidentified illness
5:52 pm: 'Illegal Telephone Exchange' case sgainst Dayanidhi Maran: CBI Questions Kalaignar TV's Sharad Kumar
5:05 pm: Kundankulam nuclear plant attains full power status
4.45 pm: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal Saturday sought an explanation from the BJP government over the power cuts across the national capital and asked it to take "immediate action: PTI
4.18 pm: Dozens of students held hostage in a university by gunmen in Iraq's Anwar province.
4.12 pm: Riots in Uttar Pradesh over frequent power cuts in extreme heat: reports.
4.00 pm: AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal today said that the party will expand PAC and will include youth especially.
3.51 pm: Kudankulam nuclear power plant achieves full power, generates 1000 MW power for the first time.
3.42 pm: Will not go for inauguration if ticket prices are not as per tender: Prithviraj Chavan.
3.40 pm: Two teenage sisters raped in Etah district of Uttar Pradesh (read more)
3.32 pm: Kashmir: Unidentified men ambush a group of policemen; three cops injured.
3.25 pm: Militants on Saturday stormed into the campus of Anbar University in Iraq's western province of Anbar, taking a number of hostages, an official said: IANS
3.15 pm: BSF jawan, villager killed in clash in Tripura; probe ordered.
3.04 pm: Mumbai Metro to be inaugurated on Sunday, June 8.
2.45 pm: "This is time for governance and to deliver to nation, will work for development of Bihar as well as the nation," Ravi Shankar Prasad.
2.04 pm: Delhi court to pronounce on June 9 the order on sentencing of 17 Uttarakhand cops in 2009 fake encounter of an MBA graduate.
2.00 pm: Cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu falls ill at Jaipur Airport.
1.30 pm: Assam top cop murder: 4 police personnel suspended
12.45 pm: Yogendra Yadav is a very dear friend and a very valued colleague, tweets Arvind Kejriwal after meeting him
Yog yadav is a v dear friend and a v valued colleague. Had long discussion with him....
Yog yadav is a v dear friend and a v valued colleague. Had long discussion with him....— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) June 7, 2014
Yog yadav has raised some imp issues. All of us will work on it.
Yog yadav has raised some imp issues. All of us will work on it.— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) June 7, 2014
11.47 am: Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on board aircraft carrier INS Virat.
11.37 am: Assam top cop, who was gunned down by militants on Friday laid to rest with full State honours.
11.30 am: BJP hits out at Aam Aadmi party, says they did not respect democratic institutions and people of the country have given them a befitting reply.
11.25 am: Congress mocks Arvind Kejriwal, says instead of fighting for the people, AAP leaders are busy bickering among themselves.
11.03 am: Pune techie murder: Maharashtra government submits report but MHA reportedly not satisfied, says Times Now.
10.58 am: Ukraine's Poroshenko to be sworn in as President.
10.11 am: Nisha Biswal, the US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia is visiting India today to hold bilateral talks.
10.03 am: AAP National Executive meet to begin shortly in New Delhi. The party is likely to discuss the recent resignations in the meeting.
9.22 am: Two remaining accused acquited in Akshardham terror attack case.
9.13 am: Chinese Foreign Minister in India as representative of the President, he will meet Narendra Modi tomorrow.
9.08 am: Union home minister Rajnath Singh, on his first visit to Lucknow after becoming the minister, will address a workers' conference.
8.30 am: Defence Minister Arun Jaitley will visit the Western Naval Command today to review their operational preparedness.
8.20 am: Pakistan's Muttahida Qaumi Movement Party Leader Altaf Hussain Back in custody after London hospital visit.