Vol , Issue Date of Publication: April 01, 2001

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A doctor’s murder

Arun Bal
The murder of Dr Vasant Jaykar, a well-known cardiologist practising in private hospitals in Mumbai, created panic among the city's medical practitioners. This was understandable because Dr Jaykar's murder was 'commissioned' by the aggrieved brother of a patient who died while under the doctor's treatment.

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