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New Delhi, January 31
The one-man committee headed by retired Supreme Court judge Justice Shivraj V Patil, who was appointed by the Telecom Ministry to look into the lapses in the allocation of the 2G Spectrum, has identified the guilty in the report which was submitted here today.

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Govtís go-ahead to Posco, for now
Environmentalists cry foul; industry upbeat
New Delhi, January 31
The Environment Ministry today granted conditional clearance to the South Korean steel giant Pohang Steel Companyís (POSCOís) $12-billion (Rs 51,000 crore) steel mill project in Orissa. The project includes a captive port. The industry is ecstatic over the decision, but environmentalists are crying foul, saying that clearance holds no meaning in the absence of institutional structure or capacity.


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Relatives greet a passenger on her arrival from Cairo at the Mumbai airport on Monday. Plane brings back 300 Indians from Egypt
Mumbai, January 31
A special Air India flight carrying 320 persons stranded in Egypt landed at the Mumbai airport today afternoon. The passengers were among the over 600 people who were camping at the Cairo airport ever since the rebellion against President Hosni Mubarak broke out.

SMILE of relief: A passenger from Cairo gets a welcome hug from a relative at the Mumbai airport on Monday. ó AFP

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A day after it collided, Navy warship sinks
Mumbai, January 31
The Navy warship, which collided with a merchant vessel yesterday afternoon off the Mumbai harbour, sank today. The vessel was carrying around 300 tonne of fuel and some of it spilled into the sea after the crash. Efforts were on to prevent the spillage from spreading, sources said.

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HP cops bust ISI module, retired Armyman arrested
Panchkula/Shimla, Jan 31 
Following surveillance of several ex-servicemen, the Himachal Pradesh Police has busted a neat network built up by Pakistanís ISI to collect intelligence on the movement, morale and activities in Indian cantonments. The HP Police picked up an ex-serviceman, identified as Ghanshyam Singh Guleria, from Chandimandir, Headquarters of the Western Command, on Monday.

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Pakistan has doubled the size of its nuclear stockpile over the past several years, edging past India and now has more than 100 deployed weapons, according to a Washington Post report.

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The Una police will send another questionnaire to the 17th Karmapa, Ugyen Trinley Dorjee.

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