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Mumbai: NRI Dies Due to Alleged Negligence
An NRI coming in from Malaysia died following a cardiac arrest at the Mumbai’s Chatrapati Shivaji airport and passengers allege poor medical support at the airport. The deceased Girdharilal Jagjivan was waiting at the baggage counter when he collapsed, his wife and co-passengers called for the airport doctor. It’s not yet known if he had previous heart ailment history.
Mumbai: NRI Dies Due to Alleged Negligence

Young Mother Dies of Medical Negligence
A young mother died after childbirth at a premier hospital.
Young Mother Dies of Medical Negligence

What is Claimed to be Medical Negligence
In a case of what is claimed to be medical negligence, Uttam Mohite (40), a railway employee, at the Parel Workshop accounts department, died on Friday afternoon. His friends and colleague gathered at the hospital after they received the information of his death and started asking for an enquiry claiming that Dr. Deepa Aggarwal did not treat the patient properly thus causing his death.
What is Claimed to be Medical Negligence

Death Due to Medical Negligence in Delhi
It's a case that's being seen as a landmark one for patients' rights in India. One of Delhi's leading hospitals, Max Healthcare has admitted that its doctors messed up a heart surgery, which led to 58-year-old patient Jayant Bhuyan's death. Hours before Bhuyan died, his doctors admitted that there was a huge mistake during his triple bypass surgery.
Death Due to Medical Negligence in Delhi

SC Awards Rs 1 Cr to Medical Negligence Victim
In a landmark case that will impact medical negligence cases in the country, the SC awarded Rs 1 crore in compensation to Prashant S Dhananka, who had an operation in the Nizam Institute of medical sciences in Hyderabad.
SC Awards Rs 1 Cr to Medical Negligence Victim

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