News in Brief (Feb 5): National, international news of the day

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10.45 pm: Infosys announces realignment of its organisational structure from April 1

10.15 pm: We do not know who is guilty and it would be premature to blame anybody yet: AAP's Yogendra Yadav on Church attacks

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8.50 pm: Sahara says will take suitable legal action, including criminal proceedings, against Mirach and its officers, both in India and the US: PTI

8.14 pm: Some people have realized it today, some will realize on 10th February: Ashutosh, AAP on Shatrughan Sinha's statement

8.04 pm: Sri Lanka's new President Maithripala Sirisena will embark on a four-day official visit to India from February 15 in his first foreign trip

7.40 pm: Election of candidates who concealed their criminal antecedents during nomination process should be declared null & void: SC

7.15 pm: Jordan launches new airstrikes after vowing harsh war on Islamic State

6:55 pm: Arun Jaitley says BJP is not dependent on anti-incumbency against Congress to win Delhi elections.

6:30 pm: Pakistan Rangers resorted to firing along International Border as BSF men were undertaking some work at a Border Out Post in Jammu District.

6:12 pm: Who has called me bandar, haramkhor, toxic, naxal? All this was done by BJP. We picked up only issues: Arvind Kejriwal.

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5:25 pm: In a major set back for the Trinamool Congress, the Supreme Court rejected a plea seeking to monitor the CBI in the Saradha case.

The TMC had moved the Supreme Court seeking the court to monitor the CBI which is probing the Saradha scam.

The court also rejected all allegations made by the TMC which had accused the CBI of leaking information to the media in connection with the case.

4:55 pm: Congress General Secretaries' meeting scheduled to take place tomorrow, Rahul Gandhi to be present.

4:45 pm: West Bengal already troubled with Mamata and Trinamool Congress, she's saying this due to BJP's growing influence, said Ravi Shankar Prasad on Mamata's tweet on supporting AAP in Delhi election.

4.40 pm: Vote for AAP, tweets Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee.

4:25 pm: Supreme Court allows prosecution of 193 non-Saradha cases in which charge sheet has been filed by the state police.

News in Brief (Feb 5)

3.30 pm: SUCI workers clash with policemen in Kolkata

3:00 pm: Lawyers march in support of Bedi

2:36 pm: 'Rahul Baba' you won't be able to see the difference as you are wearing Italian glasses: Amit Shah

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1:30 pm: Amit Shah addressing a rally in Madanpur Khadar (Delhi)

1:17 pm: TMC leader Srinjoy Bose gives up RS membership

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12:30:  Guwahati: Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) protest against BJP's vision document error

11:50 am: It's gettin' hot in here: BJP leaders to hold rallies in all 70 seats in Delhi today

The fundamental questions is how did this happen? This means govt has no control over the instrumentality of governance? :Manish Tiwari,Cong

11:46 am: Delhi : Arnold Schwarzenegger addressing a press conference earlier today.

11:16 am: Dera Sacha Sauda to support BJP in Delhi elections

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11:03 am: Police detain protesters outside Church

10.15 am: Fire breaks out at highrise in Kolkata, 6 fire engines on the spot.

10.05 am: Protest against attacks on churches in Delhi.

10:00 am: Rahul Gandhi will hold road shows in Sultanpur Majra and Okhla today.

People should vote so that elections dont have to happen again after a year: Kiran Bedi

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9.40 am: BJP distributing cash to win votes, alleges AAP.

8:42 am: Last day of campaigning for Delhi Elections, Amit Shah & Rahul Gandhi to hold road shows and public meetings today.

8:15 am: ACC also approved the acceptance of request of Anil Goswami, Home Secretary for voluntarily retiring from service with immediate effect

8:00 am: The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the appointment of Shri L.C. Goyal, IAS (KL:79) as Union Home Secretary

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