News Flash: PM Modi arrives in India after concluding his 2 days visit to Tashkent

New Delhi, June 23: Britain today voted to leave the European Union, a day after the Brits cast their vote in the referendum.

Get the latest national and international news updates of Thursday, June 24 here.

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11.30 pm: US President Barack Obama confident that Britain 'committed to orderly transition' out of EU

10.30 pm: Karnataka: 3 people arrested in connection with case where a nursing student was allegedly made to drink toilet cleaner in Gulbarga.

10.00 pm: NSG: How to lose a negotiation by Narendra Modi, tweets Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi.

9.30 pm: Hope the number of students getting into engineering from such remote and tribal areas like Bastar increases manifold: Raman Singh

8.51 pm: PM Narendra Modi arrives in India after concluding his 2 days visit to Tashkent.

8.25 pm: Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singhdistributes Macbook to tribal students selected for IIT

8.00 pm: Teenage girl allegedly killed by family over an affair with a boy of other caste in Adilabad district of Teleangana.

7.45 pm: NDMC officer murder: Iqra Khan, daughter of MM Khan writes to CP requesting that the SHO probing her father's case earlier,should be reinstated on the case in Delhi.

7.05 pm: Dow plunges over 500 points, currently at 17,493.55, over Brexit.

6:50 pm: Manner in which BJP leaders & Finance Ministry officials are fighting raises ques if this Govt has a financial plan: RS Surjewala.

6:40 pm: Does this Govt have a long term vision for our economy or not? Do they have a plan to keep the economy stable after Brexit?: RS Surjewala

6:30 pm: Uma Bharti admitted in AIIMS after she complained of chest pains.

6:20 pm: When the global economy is so turbulent, India is a rising star & GST will help with that: Jayant Sinha, MoS Finance.

6:15 pm: A utility vehicle fell in to a ditch in Uttarakhand's Tehri Garhwal district; 8 dead and 7 injured in the incident.

6:05 pm: Brexit : IMF urges 'smooth transition' to a new economic relationship (Source: AFP).

5:55 pm: Tashkent (Uzbekistan): PM Narendra Modi leaves for India after concluding his 2 days visit.

5:50 pm: Central Govt returns 14 bills that were sent by Delhi government, including Lokpal, says procedure wasn't followed.

5:45 pm: Tashkent (Uzbekistan): PM Narendra Modi pays floral tribute at the bust of Former PM Lal Bahadur Shastri.

5:40 pm: The two leaders (Modi and Putin) discussed cooperation in civil nuclear energy, partnership in the gas and petrochemicals sector. They also discussed furthering cooperation in the space sector. Matters relating to trade and Investment also came up.

5:30 pm: President Putin in a meeting with PM Modi said India is a special, privileged partner. There is long standing friendship between Russia-India.

He welcomed India signing Memorandum of Obligations of SCO & looked forward to India's Chairmanship of BRICS, which has grown in influence.

5:25 pm: Four charge sheets filed today in Vyapam case by CBI. More details awaited.

5:15 pm: A part of a slab, supposed to be plaster, fell KEM hospital, 2 nurses injured in the incident who are under observation & being treated.

5:05 pm: Tashkent (Uzbekistan): PM Narendra Modi meets Russian President Vladimir Putin for a bilateral meeting.

5:00 pm: I think his (Barack Obama) recommendation cause it to fail: Donald Trump in a speech in Scotland on Brexit.

4:55 pm: Mumbai: Based on MET dept report, BMC issues rain advisory that rains to continue for next 24 hours, high tide of 3.81 meters expected tonight.

4:50 pm: Motihari (Bihar) gangrape case: One accused arrested.

4:45 pm: Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says option of second independence referendum is on the table (Source: Reuters).

4.42 pm: Angela Merkel warns EU against 'quick and simple' reactions to Brexit.

4.20 pm: Europe can no longer do as before, tweets French President Francois Hollande on Brexit.

3.58 pm: EU has become too remote, too opaque and not accountable enough to the people it is meant to serve, says Boris Johnson on Brexit.

3.53 pm: I believe David Cameron is one of most extra-ordinary politicians of our age, says Pro Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson.

3.43 pm: EU chiefs say Britain must start exit process 'as soon as possible' on Brexit.

3.36 pm: BJD workers allegedly pelt stones at Union Textile Minister Santosh Gangwar's car in Bargarh (Odisha), Minister sustains minor injuries.

3.10 pm: PM Narendra Modi holds bilateral meeting with Emomali Rahmon (President of Tajikistan) at Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

2.52 pm: 10kg tiffin bomb found on Antagarh Narayanpur Road, Bhanupratappur, Chhattisgarh; safely defused by security forces.

2.51 pm: A stable, independent and peaceful Afghanistan is necessary for greater security and stability in SCO region: PM Modi in Tashkent.

2.50 pm: Within SCO,India will be a productive partner in building strong trade, transport, energy, digital and people to people links, says PM Modi.

2.45 pm: Our decision to join international North South Transport Corridor,Chabahar Agreement & Ashgabat Agreement reflects this desire and intent, says PM

2.30 pm: In turn, India's strong economy and its vast market could drive economic growth in the SCO region, says PM Narendra Modi.

2.15 pm: India would no doubt benefit from SCO's strengths in energy, natural resources and industry, says PM Modi at SCO summit.

2.00 pm: We share global goals of stability, security and prosperity in Asia-Pacific, says PM Modi at SCO summit

1.53 pm: Its self-evident that process issues would not arise if these countries were actually opposed to our participation, says MEA.

1.45 pm: An early positive decision by the NSG would've allowed us to move forward on the Paris Agreement, says Vikas Swarup, MEA.

1.30 pm: The World saw PM make a spectacle of him & India. Now India faces embarrasment unnecessarily, says Anand Sharma on NSG.

1.25 pm: The experience has been mixed so far, however let the players decide, says Anurag Thakur,BCCI Chief on pink ball.

1.13 pm: But I don't think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that steers our country to the next destination, says UK PM Cameron.

1.05 pm: British people made a decision that not only needs to be respected but those on losing side of argument should help to make it work, says UK PM.

1.00 pm: I will do everything I can as PM to steady the ship over coming weeks and months, says UK PM David Cameron on Brexit.

12.52 pm: The British people have voted to leave the European Union and their will must be respected:David Cameron.

12.40 pm: Paris stock market drops 8 percent at opening on Brexit.

12.30 pm: EU President Donald Tusk says that group is "determined to keep our unity at 27.

12.10 pm: A victory for ordinary people, against big banks, big business and big politics: UKIP leader Nigel Farage after Britain votes for Brexit.

11.40 am: UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage says the European Union is dying after Britain votes to leave.

11.30 am: David Cameron to remain British PM after Brexit vote: foreign minister.

11.17 am: We respect the referendum's verdict, says FM Arun Jaitley on Brexit.

10.55 am: Britain has voted to leave the EU by 52% to 48%, the BBC reports, after nearly all the results have been counted.

10.45 am: Brexit tremors hit global markets. Trading halted in Japan for 10 minutes.

10:33 am: Brexit Impact: Sensex down over 900 pts; Nifty down over 300 pts.

10:22 am: Our macro economic & other fundamentals strong,current account deficit at an all time low, fiscal deficit under control: Economic Affairs Secy Shaktikanta Das on Brexit.

10:11 am: Govt prepared for all eventualities; stock market down on initial spontaneous reaction: Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das on Brexit.

10:01 am: Scotland 'sees its future as part of the EU': First Minister.

9:49 am: Japan's Nikkei stock index dives more than 8% on Brexit fears: AFP.

9:47 am: Government, RBI ready with measures to curb volatility, say finance secretary Ashok Lavasa on Brexit.

9:29 am: UK broadcasters project that Britain votes to leave the European Union in historic referendum: Reports.

9:22 am: UK pound plunges to 31-year-low as referendum results point to EU exit.

9:13 am: China ready to hold nuclear bilateral talks with India: Reports.

9:10 am: India remains a haven of stability amid uncertainty: MoS Finance, Jayant Sinha.

8:49 am: Switzerland also joins group of countries in NSG who oppose Indian bid for NSG citing India being a non NPT state: Sources.

8:48 am: Remain Vs Brexit: 'Leave' campaign extend their lead by over half a million votes, 237 out of 382 areas declare results.

8:30 am: China does not back Pakistan or India to be admitted in NSG till they follow rules laid down by the members:Chinese chief negotiator Wang.

8:20 am: NSG consensus in favour of a Non Proliferation Treaty,we hope India joins the NPT first: Ambassador Wang Qun(China).

8:10 am: 25 people injured in a bus accident in Himachal Pradesh's Mandi district.

8:00 am: Remain Vs Brexit: Early results favour Brexit, pound falls as results favour Brexit.

7:55 am: NSG meet begins in Seoul, South Korea.

7:50 am: Have made it very clear how seriously we want India's application to be taken up inside Nuclear Suppliers Group: US State Dept

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