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Bangalore, June 20: Reports suggest that out of the 40 Indians abducted in Iraq, one has managed to escape. Follow all the top news updates of the day-

10:13 pm: Schumacher to be invalid for the rest of his life

9:00 pm: Rly fare hike marks 'beginning of black days' under Modi:Bajwa

8:08 pm: Hindi on Social Media Only for Hindi-Speaking States, Government Clarifies

7:17 pm: SC expresses concern over student politics breeding criminals

7:08 pm: Six arrested for kidnapping, selling babies in Telangana

7:06 pm: Now a Badaun-like incident in Pakistan

7:02 pm: One more body recovered in Beas tragedy

6:05 pm: Railway minister Sadananda Gowda said that he was forced to implement the previous government's interim budget seeing the state of affairs.

5:30 pm: Left leader Brinda Karat and Nitish Kumar condemn the rail fare hike, saying it was not right to bypass the parliament and that the ail hike should have been first proposed before the budget.

4:55 pm: Railway fare increases by 14.2% with effect from today; freight charges up by 6.5%.

4:40 pm: The debate over Hindi as the official medium of communication is brewing up. Meanwhile, speaker allows MLA to speak in Hindi in Odisha Assembly.

4:30 pm: 'Trying to request, convince residents to cooperate': Mumbai civic officials on attempt to enter Campa Cola complex

4.11 pm: PM Narendra Modi calls meeting with his council of ministers on June 23.

4.00 pm: BMC team reaches Campa Cola Compound again.

3.25 pm: There will be backlash in non-Hindi speaking states especially Tamil Nadu': P Chidambaram on Hindi-first order.

2.53 pm: I appeal people to cooperate in our endeavours & to stop power theft: Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal.

2.48 pm: Mirwaiz Umar Farooq put under house arrest, restrictions imposed on movement of people in old city area of Srinagar.

2.26 pm: BMC team leaves Mumbai's Campa Cola compound due to residents' protest as it awaits order from superiors.

1.04 pm: Chief minister Akhilesh Yadav makes an allocation of Rs 400 crores in the state budget for the cooperative sugar mills.

12.55 pm: J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah slams government's move to impose Hindi as official language.

11.55 am: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa writes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on government order to use Hindi on social media.

11.24 am: LeT district commander of South Kashmir, Mohammad Naveed Jat, code named Abu Hanzalla, arrested in Jammu and Kashmir.

11.16 am: BSP leaders stage walkout and continue protests on day 2 of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly.

10.55 am: Major fire breaks out at Punjab's Bathinda oil refinery,about 15 fire tenders battle to control the fire.

10.30 am: Preity Zinta is likely to return from the United States on Sunday and to record her statement with the police.

10.15 am: Mumbai : Campa Cola society residents perform 'Havan'-

9.50 am: AgustaWestland deal: CBI to question Governors of West Bengal, Goa, say sources.

9.30 am: UPSC aspirants protest outside Rajnath Singh's residence demanding 4 year age relaxation.

9.00 am: Maharashtra: Violence reported in Dhule after derogatory posts surfaced on Facebook.

8.40 am: Iraq crisis: Sonia Gandhi asks PM Narendra Modi to 'act swiftly' on abducted Indians.

8.30 am: High Court orders Lokayukta probe against MP Agriculture Minister.

8.20 am: One out of the 40 Indians abducted in Iraq escapes, makes contact with Indian officials: reports.

8.10 am: Power, water, gas supply of Campa Cola residents to be cut today.

8.00 am: Build organisation from booth level: Arvind Kejriwal to AAP workers (read more).

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