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Author: 
Arun Srivastava

While the European Union is creating pressure on the UK to fulfill its commitment before leaving the EU, intriguingly at the same time the EU leadership is adopting a flexible approach with some of them even expressing the view that UK can continue to remain an EU member.  No doubt the interest of the UK will be hurt once Brexit is formally approved and implemented, but the major loser will be the EU, as Brexit officially heralds the beginning of the deglobalisation.

In the pervading gloom created by selective lynching of the innocent by misguided zealots, Wednesday’s protest rallies across the country (‘Not in My Name’) was the first sign of the stirring of the collective conscience of the civil society. It was not organized by any political party, though some political leaders were seen at some places. It was a spontaneous expression of revulsion of common people from all walks of life against the atmosphere of hatred and rancour being created by forces enjoying the patronage and protection of the powers that be.

Agartala

The CBI quizzed Tripura's ruling CPI(M) leader Gautam Das last month on the Rose Valley chit fund scam involving duping of investors.

Agartala

Even though party supremo Mamata Banerjee has voiced her support to opposition's presidential nominee Meira Kumar, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) legislators in Tripura have decided to vote for NDA candidate Ramnath Kovind on July 17.

Bhubaneswar

Odisha received an average rainfall of 207.9 mm during June this year against the normal rainfall (Long Term Average) of 216.5 mm, registering a deficit of four per cent.

Shillong

Customs sleuths seized ganja worth Rs 2.28 crore from a truck at a place on Shillong bypass this afternoon.

Aurangabad

Three persons, including a woman and her minor son, were killed today in a road accident in Bihar's Aurangabad district, a police officer said.
The motor bike carrying the three persons were hit by a vehicle, Sub-Divisional Police Officer P N Sahu said.

Itanagar

Incessant heavy rain in Arunachal Pradesh since the past two days has thrown life out of gear in the state by triggering landslides, damaging houses and roads and hitting basic essential services.

Bhubaneswar

With BJP focussing on expanding its base in Oisha ahead of the 2019 elections, party president Amit Shah is set to embark on a three-day tour of the state from tomorrow.

CANNING (WB)

Three persons, including two women, were run over by a train near Champahati station on Eastern Railway today when they were crossing the tracks.

Patna

Scotching rumour that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will not attend RJD's proposed rally in Patna next month, the JD(U) today said its national president would attend the rally if he got an invitation.

Kolkata

Apollo Hospitals announced the extension of its air ambulance services network to several smaller cities and towns like Madurai, Mysore, Kakinada, Karaikudi, Karur, Trichy and Vizag through its current hubs in Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore.

Launches Unique Doctor’s Club
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EOI CORRESPONDENT

July 1, the birth anniversary of Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy, the founder of modern Bengal is being celebrated as National Doctor’s Day.

Kolkata

Studies have shown that irrespective of the factor of obesity, once an individual exceeds a certain obesity level, it becomes very difficult to reverse the process because of the complications and restrictions caused by the excess weight.

Kolkata

South Eastern Railway has decided to run fourteen pairs of weekly Special trains between Santragachi-Puducherry-Santragachi during the period from July 1 to October 2.

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