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Dehradun kidney racket: Two more arrested

Two days after the main accused in a kidney racket allegedly running at a charitable hospital in Dehradun was arrested at Panchkula, Haryana, two more arrests were made in the case, on Sunday.

Delhi Kidney racket: PA of senior Apollo doctor detained; 5 more cases found

The name of the suspect, who is the personal assistant of a senior nephrologist in Apollo hospital, emerged during the interrogation of the racket's kingpin Rajkumar Rao


Only 5% manage to get kidneys, men three times likelier

Doctors say the cost of the surgery is a deterrent, though once a woman has been put on the waiting list for a cadaver organ, there are rarely any dropouts by families. The procedure can cost anywhere between Rs 3-6 lakh.

Inter-state Kidney racket busted: ‘Used’ blank forms signed by doctor for surgeries

Assistants of nephrologist say they filled already-signed forms with fake details: Cops

Delhi kidney racket: One more accused arrested

The tenth accused in the Apollo kidney racket, Bhanu Pratap, was arrested from Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh. He was identified as one of the donors associated with the racket.

Inter-state kidney racket: Police chase kingpin across four states, arrest him in West Bengal

Rao, 39, allegedly ran a kidney racket that spanned several states and neighbouring nations, and involved a vast network of middlemen, organ donors and recipients.


Delhi kidney racket: Two donors were in touch with 'middleman'

According to sources, Prakash started to work for the alleged kingpin, T Rajukumar Rao, after he sold his kidney.

Delhi kidney racket: Indraprastha Apollo Hospital sets up probe panel

The hospital has invited former Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court and eminent jurist Justice Mukul Mudgal to head the committee.

Kidney racket: 3 more arrested at the Apollo hospital in Delhi

Kidney racket busted in Apollo Hospital in Delhi. It has also emerged that some of the recipients who procured kidney from the racket had used forged documents to hide their addresses.

Kidney racket at Apollo hospital: Delhi govt sets up probe panel

The probe panel, headed by Dr D K Tampe, dean of Maulana Azad Medical College, has been asked to submit an interim report within one week.