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Case to be registered against Apollo Hospital

June 08, 2006 18:23 IST

A Delhi Court directed the police on Thursday to register a case against the doctors and management of the city's Apollo Hospital for giving false information to public servants in the Rahul Mahajan drug abuse case.

More details are awaited.

Rahul Mahajan had been admitted to Apollo Hospital in a critical condition last Friday morning. Hospital officials had stated that there were no traces of drugs in his blood and urine samples. However, this was contradicted in a test done by an independent lab, which said that there were traces of cocaine and a cocktail of other drugs in his urine samples.

Complete coverage: Rahul Mahajan case



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Sub: Good Governance?

Has the stability of the young Mahajan during the entire incident of his father's passing away is a matter of concern for the entire Congress ...


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Everyone and everythng in India has been corrupted beyong repair - Indians have no personal honor - lying, cheating, conniving and back-stabbing comes so naturally ...


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