Payal Tadvi case: Bombay HC refuses permission to three accused doctors to complete post-graduation course at Nair Hospital
The Bombay High Court on Friday refused permission to three women doctors, accused of abetting the suicide of their junior colleague Payal Tadvi, to complete their post-graduation at BYL Nair Hospital.
Payal Tadvi suicide case: Bombay HC to decide Friday whether accused doctors should be allowed to complete education
The Bombay High Court has said it will pass its order on Friday on an appeal filed by three senior women doctors, accused of abetting the suicide of their junior colleague Payal Tadvi, seeking permission to complete their post graduation at the civic-run BYL Nair Hospital in Mumbai
Payal Tadvi case: Bombay High Court adjourns hearing of bail plea by three accused doctors for a week
The Bombay HC adjourned the hearing in the bail plea filed by three accused doctors in connection with the suicide of their junior Payal Tadvi at a government hospital for one week.
Payal Tadvi case: Court rejects bail pleas of three doctors arrested for 'abetting suicide' of junior colleague
A special court in Mumbai rejected the bail pleas of three women doctors arrested for allegedly abetting the suicide of Payal Tadvi at a civic body-run hospital.
Payal Tadvi's suicide: 'Evidence of ligature mark over neck', says autopsy report; victim's chats show she was facing torture
The investigation into the suicide of Dr Payal Tadvi has been transferred to the Crime Branch of the Mumbai Police on Thursday.
Payal Tadvi suicide: All three accused doctors remanded in police custody till 31 May for abetting Adivasi student's death
A special court on Wednesday remanded the three senior women doctors, arrested for allegedly abetting the suicide of Dr Payal Tadvi by passing casteist slurs at her at a state-run hospital, in police custody till 31 May.
Mumbai MRI death: Machine's manufacturer to carry out inspection and submit report as part of BMC inquiry
A team from Philips will inspect the MRI machine in Nair Hospital as part of the probe into the death of a man who died after being sucked into the machine.
Experts at the BYL Nair Hospital in their report to Khar police station on the Sheena Bora murder case have said that the remains collected by the Pen police in 2012 and those submitted by JJ Hospital are probably not from the same body.