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Bengaluru/New Delhi, June 21:  In a record-breaking attempt, an estimated 37,000 people took part in a yoga session at Rajpath here on Sunday to mark the International Yoga Day.

Get all the latest national and international updates of Sunday, June 21 here:


6:30 pm: OnePlus smartphones to debut on Flipkart from tomorrow.

6:21 pm: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu woos expats to join Make in India programme.

6:03 pm: Bodo insurgent group NDFB(S) is believed to have aligned with UNLFW, an umbrella organisation of terror groups in the north-east.

5:43 pm: Government spent nearly Rs 24 crore on the transit stay of the members of Lok Sabha in the capital.

5:08 pm: Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi calls on her party to push for landslide victory at elections.

4:49 pm: Pro-militant slogans reappear on walls in the Kashmir valley.

4:30 pm: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley assures US investors that the govt doesn't intend to legislate retrospectively.

4:22 pm: Indian men's doubles (Badminton) pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy reach the finals of the US Open.

4:12 pm: Doing something on humanitarian grounds is part of country's culture, said BJP leader DV Sadananda Gowda while defending Sushma Swaraj in connection with Lalit Modi controversy.

4.00 pm: LJP will protest against induction of Manjhi supporters in BJP. 

3.40 pm: Youth Congress protests at Jantar Mantar against Modi Govt's Yoga Day celebrations.

3.25 pm: Yoga Day is PM Modi's gift to world: Army chief Gen. Dalbir Singh Suhag.

3.20 pm: Kakinada (East Godavari): A boat with 6 fishermen onboard missing in the Bay of Bengal since 17th June; search & rescue ops launched.

3.00 pm: Former Delhi Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar sent to 1 day judicial custody.

2.10 pm: Terming the participation of thousands of people during the first International Yoga Day at Rajpath as "overwhelming", a representative of Guinness Book of World Records hoped that the event will set a world record.

1.50 pm: 94 ppl have died, 35 are under treatment. Teams have been sent to investigate the matter: FS Patil (additional commissioner) on Malwani Hooch tragedy.


1.35 pm: I hope the PM & Govt will organize a befitting commemoration of International Day of Non-Violence on 2nd October: Anand Sharma, Congress.

1.10 pm: Maha CM Devendra Fadnavis seeks clarification from Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria over meeting with Lalit Modi in London.


12.45 pm: US woman files complaint against Mahmood Farooqui (Co-Director of Peepli Live) in New Friends Colony police station on rape charges.

12.30 pm: It is unfortunate that Yog should be used as a party to further its ideology, that goes against the very spirit of Yog: RPN Singh, Congress.

12.05 pm: Yoga helps in opening and refining of hearts, emotions leading to greater compassion, mutual understanding and sensitivity to needs of others: PM Modi.

11.55 am: Al Jazeera senior journalist Ahmad Mansoor arrested in Germany.

11.45 am: "The reach and spread of Yoga cuts across differences of color, caste and creed", says PM Narendra Modi.

11.30 am: "After centuries Yoga has been acknowledged all over World, it's a huge contribution by Modi ji to humanity", says Baba Ramdev.

11.10 am: PM Narendra Modi attends International Conference on Yoga for Holistic Health in Delhi.

11.00 am: Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis praises PM Narendra Modi for giving yoga worldwide acceptance.

10.55 am: Yoga shouldn't be politicised, said Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

10.45 am: Pakistan should rethink about its stance on Yoga: Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.

10.30 am: Yoga is India's biggest gift to the world: Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

9.55 am: An estimated 37,000 people joined PM Modi on the Rajpath in performing yoga and transformed it into 'Yogapath'.

9.45 am: I would like to thank Rashtrapati ji for joining Yoga Day celebrations at Rashtrapati Bhavan. A very special & encouraging gesture: Narendra Modi.

9.30 am: Mumbai records 79.52 mm rainfall in last 24 hours. Trains running late by 10 minutes, bus services are normal: Reports.

9.25 am: Bollywood actress & fitness enthusiast Shilpa Shetty takes part in International Yoga Day.


9.15 am: Weather change in Delhi, light rain and overcast skies over the capital.


9.05 am: Death toll in the Maharashtra hooch tragedy touches 90. Toll may go up as several are still going through treatment.

8.55 am: DERC to announce revised tariff despite AAP govt's objections in Delhi.

8.45 am: Hockey India president Narinder Batra alleges IOA chief N. Ramachandran offered him bribe.

8.40 am: International Yoga Day and Punya Tithi of RSS founder HEDGEWAR is not coincidence but a design.Attempt to appropriate Indian culture by RSS.


8.30 am: Indian Naval officers and men celebrate first International Yoga Day at Kuantan, Malaysia in South China Sea.


8.22 am: Opposition should practice Yoga, its good for physical and mental well being: Ram Madhav (BJP).

8.15 am: Yoga can unite ppl, help them resolve conflicts; Yoga can definitely improve communication & people to people connection: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.

8.00 am: President Mukherjee inaugurated a mass Yoga event at Rashtrapati Bhavan to commemorate International Yoga Day.


7.45 am: PM Modi performs yoga at Rajpath with over 35,000 participants.

7.30 am: Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanks the UN and the countries which co-sponsored the resolution to mark June 21 as International Day of Yoga.

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