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A special court in Delhi gave interim bail to Rajiv Saxena, a businessman of the Rs.3,600 crore AgustaWestland VVIP chopper scam, till 22nd February. He was given relief on two sureties of Rs 5 lakh.

The court also ordered Saxena to stay in the city and stop the other witnesses from the matter.

Special Judge Arvind Kumar, while granting bail, asked AIIMS to file a detailed medical report on his health and the next hearing of this case will be on February 22.


Terrorists scared by the successful operation of the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, attacked a CRPF team on a team with a grenade at Palladium Lane near Lal Chowk, Srinagar on Sunday. Three CRPF troopers, four policemen of Jammu and Kashmir Police and four general civilians were injured in this attack.

After this incident, there was a stir in the surrounding area. After the incident the security forces surrounded the entire area and started the search operation.

Union Minister Smriti Irani on Sunday said that on the day when Prime Minister Narendra Modi decides to leave politics, he will also quit politics. However, he emphasized that there is still a lot of time remaining in such a time. Smriti said this during a discussion at the Word Count Festival here, which was named 'Scripting every story'. In the meantime, one of the audience asked Smriti when he would see them as 'Pradhan Sevak'.

In response to this viewer's question, Irani said, never, I came to politics to work under the leadership of charismatic leaders. I am fortunate to work under the leadership of late Atal Bihari Vajpayee and now I am working under the leadership of Modi ji. He further said, on the day when Prime Minister Narendra Modi will decide to hang his shoes, I will also leave Indian politics.


The order of the proceedings of the Supreme Court against the CBI, Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajiv Kumar will have to appear before the CBI for questioning. The court said that CBI will not arrest Kumar, although Mamata Banerjee announced her victory, but said she would continue her stand.

Abhishek Manu Singhvi appeared in the court on behalf of the Calcutta government and said that the CBI is trying to arrest the Commissioner Rajiv Kumar. On this, the court ruled that Rajiv Kumar will have to appear before the CBI for interrogation, but the CBI will not arrest him.

Meanwhile, Mamata Banerjee's protest demonstration against the CBI's Red will continue till Friday.

Union minister Arun Jaitley, who missed the interim budget on Friday due to ill health, said that he is now very much better and is hoping to return soon. Mr. Jaitley, who was the finance minister in the Modi government, went to New Delhi for treatment last month and in his absence, the ministry was given the charge of Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, who presented the interim budget on Friday.

"I am back very soon, I am better now. I hope that will be back soon," Mr. Jaitley told reporters through a video call from New York and questioned the budget.

This is his first foreign visit to AIIMS on 14th May, 2018 after kidney surgery. In his absence, Piyush Goyal was given additional charge of the finance ministry.