Modi addresses Bhutan Parliament; more news updates of June 16

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Modi addresses Bhutan Parliament
Bangalore, June 16: As France beat Honduras 3-0, Argentina beat Bosnia 2-1. Follow latest news updates of the day-

10:07 pm: Will not allow Pak to become sanctuary of terrorists: Sharif

9:35 pm: US President Barack Obama plans to sign an executive order banning federal contractors from discriminating against employees on the basis of their sexual orientation, a White House official tells the AP:

9.15 pm: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh's private secretary appointment on hold

8:57 pm: Delhi gets NHRC notice over irregularities in mid-day meals

8:45 pm: IPL Chairman confirms Priety Zinta's statement that BCCI was verbally informed of what transpired.

8:30 pm: Assam CM Tarun Gogoi meets Congress President Sonia Gandhi at 10 Janpath over the rebellion in the state.

8:10 pm: J&K CM Omar Abdullah says BJP's protests against power shortage in the valley, are only for the cameras.

7:55 pm: This Bhutan trip will remain etched in my memory; It was a very satisfying & productive visit: PM Narendra Modi on his return to Delhi.

7:54 pm:  F1 champion Michael Schumacher out of coma, has left hospital

7:29 pm: South Indian Actor-turned-politician Khushboo Sundar quits Karunanidhi's DMK

6:55 pm: Mumbai Police writes to Preity Zinta asking her to record statement within a week

6:00 pm: J&K CM Omar Abdullah takes on BJP, says it is protesting only for the cameras - his comment over BJP protests against power shortage.

5:34 pm: This vulgar mentality is leading to such heinous crimes against women in UP, Vani Tripathi said on Samajwadi Party leader Naresh Agrawal.

5:13 pm: ‘Today, no one can even forcefully take anybody's animal from their house' says SP leader Naresh Agrawal.

4:53 pm: Congress hits out at Naresh Agarwal, says 'if SP leaders can't better the situation in the state, they shouldn't make insensitive comments'.

4:30 pm: SP leader Naresh Agarwal has once again courted controversy - trivialising rape incidents, he shifted the blame on the victim.

4:18 pm: BJP leaders protest as Omar Abdullah was about to light traditional lamp during a function at Jammu club.

4:00 pm: Scuffle between BJP and NC leaders - BJP leaders led by MLA Ashok Khauria protest over shortage of power in Jammu.

3:45 pm: BMC agrees to defer demolition of Mumbai's Campa Cola Society: TV report.

3.15 pm: Schumacher out of coma, has left Grenoble hospital, says spokeswoman.

2.40 pm: Delhi BJP MLAs meet Union Minister, Piyush Goyal over power crisis issue in the capital-

2.13 pm: 15-year-old kidnapped, raped in Gonda, Uttar Pradesh; she was found abandoned near her house today.

2.10 pm: Samajwadi Party continues to be brazen, maintains such incidents happen in every state.

2.05 pm: Law and order situation in UP is a matter of concern, says Rajnath Singh.

1.23 pm: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee blames CITU and BJP for the murder of jute mill CEO

12.52 pm: Inflation rises to 6.01 per cent in May, up from 5.20 per cent a month ago.

12.06 pm: Narendra Modi lays foundation stone of Kholongchu hydro-power project, in Bhutan.

12.01 pm: Protest over tow cops' murder turns violent in Firozabad,UP; relatives vandalise buses while blocking traffic on NH-2.

11.48 am: SC notice to Uttarakhand government on NTPC plea on permission to resume work on hydro power projects.

11.44 am: Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung meets Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari at Transport Bhavan.

11.41 am: Protests break out in Firozabad after 2 cops were gunned down by unknown assailants, meanwhile a hunt is on to nab assailants.

11.35 am: Israel arrests 40 Palestinians, including parliament speaker, as it widens search for three missing Israeli students.

11.08 am: BJP leader Yashwant Sinha's judicial custody extended by 14 days after he refuses to furnish bail bond.

11.02 am: Supreme Court refuses urgent hearing on a plea to restrain N Srinivasan from contesting for the post of ICC chief: PTI.

10.45 am: Our security concerns and vision of development are common: Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.

10.13 am: Sensex, Nifty open lower, Coal India, Sesa major laggards

9.20 am: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses Joint Session of the Bhutanese Parliament

9.13 am: PM Narendra Modi to address joint session of Bhutan Parliament shortly.

8.47 am: Two cops gunned down by unidentified men in Firozabad, UP.

8.04 am: PM Modi to address Bhutan Parliament, likely to stress on 'B for B' theory.

8.00 am: Home Minister Rajnath Singh to visit Delhi Police headquarters today.

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