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Tuesday, August 18, 2009, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

PM warns of fresh strikes by Pak groups
New Delhi, August 17
With Islamabad turning a blind eye to New Delhiís concerns over cross-border terrorism, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today warned the chief ministers of the possibility of Pakistan-based militant groups carrying out fresh terrorist attacks in India.

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Himachal passes anti-ragging Bill
Shimla, August 17
The Vidhan Sabha today passed the Himachal Pradesh Educational Institutions (Prohibition of Ragging) Bill after much debate and rejected the amendment moved by the Congress along with the demand to refer the Bill to a select committee of the House.

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9 Pak intruders nabbed on Kutch coast
Ahmedabad, August 17
On a day when Prime Minister Manmohan Singh spoke of terror groups in Pakistan plotting fresh attacks in India, the Border Security Force said it foiled an infiltration bid today by arresting nine Pakistani nationals who had alighted from a boat in the coastal Sir Creek area in Kutch district.

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Monitor drought, price rise, Pawar tells CMs
New Delhi, August 17
Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar today told chief ministers to personally monitor the steps initiated by the Centre and states to counter drought and price rise. Speaking at the chief ministersí conference, which was chaired by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Pawar said the need of the hour was to prepare an early rabi plan and improve irrigation facilities to make up for the damage done during the kharif season due to insufficient rainfall.

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Fresh directions on H1N1 to schools
New Delhi, August 17
Faced with spread of swine flu, the Health Ministry has prepared fresh guidelines to contain the spread of the influenza, suggesting that school managements should take precautionary measures like dispensing with the morning assembly instead of closing down institutions.

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The danger beneath the gloss
New Delhi, August 17
Paints used in Indian homes come with a deadly health cost, says the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE). The NGOís latest study suggests that most of popular brands of paints contain high quantities of lead, a toxin especially dangerous for children.

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