Bengaluru: Japanese delegation led by Kenju Hiramatsu, Japanese Ambassador to India, met Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy, today.

Delhi: Delhi Customs has seized 600 kgs of Psychotropic substance worth approximately Rs 12 crore under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985.

Bihar: Siwan Court issues arrest warrant against the 6 accused in the murder of Mohammad Yusuf, nephew of former RJD MP Mohammad Shahabuddin.

In the latest development, Parliamentary Panel today summoned twitter India over allegation being biased against particular accounts supporting right-wing ideology. The Twitter will present its case before the panel on February 11. The parliamentary committee on information Technology will examine the issue. The panel summoned the Twitter India after Delhi-based advocate Ishkaran Singh Bhandari met Home Minister Rajnath Singh on January 28 and presented an application regarding the matter.

Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis: We have decided that the Lokpal search committee will meet on 13 February and the directions of the Supreme Court will be followed. A joint drafting committee has been set up, it will prepare a new bill and we will introduce it in next session.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata: This dharna (Save the Constitution) is victory for the Constitution and democracy, so, let us end it today.

Madhya Pradesh: Sub-inspector K K Agarwal was shot at by bike-borne assailants in Khandwa earlier today. More details awaited.

Mumbai: TV actress Shilpa Shinde joins Congress in presence of Sanjay Nirupam, President of Mumbai Congress Committee and party leader Charan Singh Sapra.

Rajasthan: Fire broke out in the fodder godown of a cow-shelter in Banswara's Bahubali Colo earlier today. Fire was later brought under control with the help of 3 fire tenders. No injuries/casualties have been reported.

Rajasthan: Fire broke out in the fodder godown of a cow-shelter in Banswara's Bahubali Colo earlier today. Fire was later brought under control with the help of 3 fire tenders. No injuries/casualties have been reported.

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Kolkata, February 5: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's 'Save the Constitution' dharna near Metro Channel entered the third day on Tuesday. The dharna over the CBI issue began on the night of February 3. On Monday, Banerjee said that her dharna against the CBI’s attempt to grill the Kolkata Police chief in the chit fund scam cases will continue till Friday in view of the upcoming board examinations.

According to reports, Banerjee is observing a sit-in protest at the Metro Channel in Esplanade area in the heart of the city, the same spot she had sat on a 26-day fast in 2006 against the acquisition of farmland at Singur for the Tata Motors factory. Mamata Banerjee Vs CBI: Face-Off Continues, Supreme Court to Hear Plea Against West Bengal Govt & Kolkata Police Chief Today. 

Another big news of the day is fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya has decided to initiate an appeal process after the UK Home Office approved his extradition to India on Monday. UK's Home Secretary on Monday signed an order approving that Mallya will be extradited to India to face trial for alleged fraud and money laundering amounting to Rs. 9,000 crore.