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1.Britain casts a dark shadow over Europe.

The United Kingdom opted for a momentous change of course by voting to leave the European Union in a closely-fought referendum held on Thursday  read more

2.Remains of the day.

To anyone who visited London in the days running up to the Brexit referendum vote on Thursday, the idea that the country would vote to leave would have been a non-starter. read more

3.Stepping into the unknown

The scale of unknowable consequences that the United Kingdom has brought upon itself — and the rest of the world.  read more

4.Capital project: The making of Amaravati.

The festive air which announces the onset of monsoon is missing here. For the second consecutive year, farmers of Uddandarayunipalem, Lingayapalem and Thalayapalem have not celebrated Eruvaka, the festival where farmers  read more

5.No decision taken on India’s NSG bid.

The annual plenary session of the Nuclear Suppliers Group ended on Friday without taking any decision on India’s application for membership.  read more

6.Weaker Pound to benefit Indian tourists, students.

Even as its exit from the European Union has gotten most sectors worried, the United Kingdom has become a more attractive destination for Indian travellers and students, thanks to a weaker pound.  read more

8.Free trade talks with EU to be ‘modified’

Britain’s exit from the European Union will not have any immediate impact on India’s trade and investment with the U.K. and the EU, but the proposed India-EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA) will see some “modifications and moderations,” Commerce Secretary Rita Teaotia said.  read more

1.Britain chooses to remain an island.

Britons on Thursday voted to exit the European Union, ending a 43-year old association formed in the aftermath of World War II. The stunning win for Brexit by 51.9% to 49.1% -widely seen as the triumph of rising nationalism and anti-immigrant sentiments over cold economic reason ­ triggered panic reactions in markets across the globe on Friday and compelled British Prime Minister David Cameron, who had campaigned to `Remain’, to announce he would step aside in October after a three-month transition period  read more

2.India’s NSG bid falters at the Great Wall of China.

India’s high energy , high profile campaign to get into the NSG ran aground Friday morning, as China remained adamantly opposed to even considering the issue. After a plenary meeting in Seoul, which saw Chinese diplomats attempt to block even a discussion, the 48-member nuclear cartel could not take a decision on India’s membership.read more

3.Tigers roar again in Manas, population up 50% in 3 years.

GUWAHATI: Tigers have made a roaring comeback in the Manas landscape which straddles both Assam’s Bodoland Territorial Areas District (BTAD) and Bhutan.  read more

4.New diabetes meds:Three adverse cases reported.

MUMBAI: For the first time ever, adverse drug reactions associated with the use of a new class of anti-diabetesmedicine (SGLT-2 inhibitors) have been reported from India.  read more

5.Brexit-Divorce can be Ugly.

The UK’s impending exit from the EU is the world’s most significant event since the collapse of communism in the continent. The difference this time is that it signals a shift towards insularity, which may not only lead to the UK’s unravelling but also jeopardise seven decades of European integration.read more

1.Big challenges ahead for the UK,European Union.

The British stunned the world on Friday morning, finally deciding to sever their ties with the European Union (EU), after about four decades of Euroscepticism. This, despite warnings galore issued by everyone from US President Barack Obama to the IMF, economists and even their own government  read more

2.Brexit: What it means for Europe and the world.

To begin the story for the uninitiated, some basic facts. What is Brexit? It is the abbreviation of “British Exit” from the European Union (EU) that mirrors the term Grexit read more

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