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  • Medical report spells more trouble for Katara killers May 28, 2012

    New Delhi: In what may prove to be more trouble for Nitish Katara's killers, CNN-IBN has accessed the Army Medical Board report on their medical records that questions their prolonged stays in hospitals using flimsy medical grounds and staying out of jail thus. In November 2011, CNN-IBN had reported how Vikas...
  • Nitish killers don't need hospitalisation: panel March 27, 2012

    New Delhi: In a major setback for Nitish Katara killers Vikas and Vishal Yadav a medical board at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) says that the duo is not suffering from any medical condition and don't require hospitalisation. A board of 10 doctors examined Vikas and Vishal between...
  • Vishal, Vikas' hospital visits to be probed March 23, 2012

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday ordered a medical board to be formed to investigate why Vikas Yadav and Vishal Yadav needed to make several visits to AIIMS Hospital and Batra Hospital. The duo are murder convicts in the Nitish Katara case. CNN-IBN had reported that both the accused...
  • Conjoined twins separated April 8, 2010

    New Delhi: Sita and Gita, the conjoined twins from Bihar, underwent a successful complicated surgery in Delhi's Batra hospital on Monday night. Joined at the hip, the sisters had common reproductive and intestinal tracts and a fused spine. Close to 48 hours after a marathon surgery, doctors say the twins...
  • Kidney racket: Top Delhi hospitals raided January 31, 2008

    New Delhi: The Moradabad police swooped down on two top Delhi hospitals and a pathological lab on Wednesday in connection with the Gurgaon kidney racket and searched their premises for any linkages with the multi-crore-rupee organ trade racket. Moradabad Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Manjil Saini said that a police team...
  • Cops trade blame over kidney kingpin's escape January 29, 2008

    Gurgaon: The Gurgaon police on Monday put the blame on Moradabad police, saying the mastermind of the kidney racket managed to escape due to lack of coordination between the two police units. "The Moradabad police didn't let us know before conducting the raids. And this helped Dr Amit Kumar flee," Gurgaon...