first_imgMumbai, Jun 21 (PTI) Following are the top storiesMumbai, Jun 21 (PTI) Following are the top stories from the western region at 2100 HRS:BOM20 GJ-YOGADAY-LD RAMDEVAhmedabad: The International Yoga Day event here enters the Guinness World Records Book with over 54,000 persons, led by Yoga guru Ramdev, participating in it to perform various asanas.BOM 24 MP-POWER-SUBSIDY-FARMERSBhopal: The Madhya Pradesh government decides to grant subsidy of Rs 8,700 crore to consumers on power tariff implemented by the state electricity regulatory commission for 2017-18.BOM 21: GJ-KENYAN-ARREST-DRUGSAhmedabad: The Narcotics Control Bureau arrests a Kenyan from a Garib Rath train coach near here for allegedly possessing cocaine and amphetamine worth around Rs six crore in the international market.BOM 6 CG-NAXAL-ENCOUNTERRaipur: Police gun down two women naxals in a fierce encounter in a forest in Chhattisgarhs Narayanpur district.BOM 11 MP-YOGA-CONG-SHAVASANBhopal: As Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan led yoga enthusiasts in performing asanas on the International Yoga Day, the Congress leaders perform Shavasan, the corpse pose, to highlight farmers plight in the state.LGB 1 MH-HC-LD ADARSHMumbai: The Bombay High Court today sought Congress leader Ashok Chavans stand on the CBIs submission that the governor cannot be made respondent to his plea against the sanction to try him in the Adarsh housing society scam.BES 13 MP-SPORTSWOMAN-RAPE-SAIBhopal: A 25-year-old woman sportsperson from Haryana alleges that a co-player from her state raped her under the pretext of marriage during their stay at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) centre here from 2013 till January this year, says police.advertisementBES 5 MH-ACTOR-BUNGALOW-DEMOLISHEDMumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) demolishes illegal part of actor Arshad Warsis bungalow.BCM 9 BIZ-BANK CREDITMumbai: Banks credit growth grows at 6.02 per cent to Rs 76,58,212 crore in the fortnight ended June 9 from Rs 72,22,939 crore in the same period of fiscal 2016, according to the data released by RBI.BES 24: BIZ NOTES SENAMumbai: The Shiv Sena claims credit for the Union governments decision to allow the district central cooperative (DCC) banks among others to deposit demonetised currency with RBI by July 20. PTI NRB NRBlast_img

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