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Terror bases in Pak still intact: India
New Delhi, January 17
Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao has asserted that terror infrastructure is still intact in Pakistan and the two recent fidayeen attacks in Jammu and Kashmir bear testimony to it. Speaking to Karan Thapar during an interview for the CNN-IBN channel, Rao said terror has been an �instrument of state policy pursued by agencies within Pakistan.�

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The body of Jyoti Basu is brought to his residence in Kolkata on Sunday.Kolkata, January 17
Veteran Communist leader Jyoti Basu, who remained West Bengal�s Chief Minister for 24 long years and almost became the prime minister in 1996, died here on Sunday after a prolonged illness.

The body of Jyoti Basu is brought to his residence in Kolkata on Sunday. � Reuters

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Fog blinds North, halts wheels
New Delhi, January 17
Fog yet again hit road, rail and air traffic in the National Capital and its neighbouring areas today. While Delhi witnessed blinding fog coupled with teeth cluttering chill at a minimum temperature of 7.7�C, the rest of the northern region also continued to reel under intense cold wave, with the mercury dipping much below the normal at several places in the eastern and northern India.

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