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The baby business

Sandhya srinivasan


White coats spell authority. So no identification was asked of the man and woman thus clothed who walked into the maternity ward of the state-government-run JJ Hospital in Mumbai on January 16, 2003. On one bed lay the 4-day infant born to 21-year-old Vidya Chavan. Ms Chavan had gone to the bathroom and on her return she found her baby missing. Eye-witnesses later stated that they assumed that the couple handling the infant were doctors.

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