Dubai: The Indian doctor, fatally stabbed in an Abu Dhabi hospital last week, by his Pakistani patient was attacked as the assailant was upset over the treatment of his ailment, the police said.
Urologist Rajan Daniel was attacked with a kitchen knife by a Pakistani national Mohamed Abdul Jamil at the Al Ahlia Hospital on Saturday, as the 58-year-old doctor could not bring immediate relief to the attacker's painful disease. According to Abu Dhabi Police, the 46-year-old attacker was under Daniel's observation for a urinary disease for several weeks and apparently visited the doctor for a follow-up.
Director of Criminal Investigation Directorate Colonel Dr Rashid Mohammed Bourshid said that the Abu Dhabi Police arrested the man and confiscated the weapon used in the crime. Bourshid said that the offender was transferred to the psychiatric department for a medical check-up after he tried to commit suicide in his cell.
Lieutenant Colonel Jomaa Al Kaabi, Head of Self-Crimes Department in the Criminal Investigation Directorate said that, according to the testimony of the accused, the killer frequented the specialist urologist hailing from Kerala for the past 25 days for treatment of a recent illness....more
04:39 PM, Nov 06, 2012
London: It may look to be coming straight from some science fiction but high-tech toilets that can analyse your excrement, 3D contact lenses and doors that open just as you look at them would become a reality in future. According to top futurologist Frank Shaw from Britain's Centre for Future Studies, these things could all materialise within 15 years, the Sun reported Thursday. Shaw has revealed a list of changes...
08:53 AM, Feb 24, 2012