The kidney trade again
In our scandal-prone Indian public life, one scandal distinguishes itself by the amazing regularity with which it hits the headlines every few years. The only variation is its shift from one city to another as if in planned rotation. Thanks to the desperation, ingenuity and collusion of the players involved, the Indian kidney bazaar, as it was crudely described at some stage in its history, refuses to die down. The latest expose comes from Mumbai, where a leading doctor from a reputed hospital was arrested for his involvement in a well-organised racket.
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