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Gorakhpur Hospital Tragedy

Adityanath Govt Frames New Charges Against Gorakhpur Doctor Kafeel Khan

Oct 04, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Another fresh angle which will now be probed includes an incident from 2018, where Khan had tried to treat children at the district hospital in Bahraich.

'I Apologise': Paresh Rawal To Gorakhpur Doctor Kafeel Khan For His Tweet

Oct 03, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Paresh Rawal had called Kafeel Khan a 'hero in the eyes of the ever-active termite clan' two years ago.


Dr Kafeel Khan, Blamed For Death Of 60 Children In Gorakhpur, Cleared Of All Charges

The 15-page report does not hold Khan guilty of "medical negligence" and says that he had made all efforts to control the situation when the hospital was dealing with oxygen shortage.

71 Children Dead In 45 Days At Uttar Pradesh Hospital

Sep 21, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

The incident comes a year after 60 infants died in Gorakhpur's Baba Raghav Das (BRD) Medical College, allegedly due to lack of oxygen supply.


Wife Of Former Principal Of Gorakhpur's BRD Medical College Walks Out Of Jail

Dr. Purnima came out of the jail with a smiling face and hugged her son and husband Dr. Mishra, who came to receive her.

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03 July, 2018

Dr Kafeel's Brother, His Associate Booked For Cheating

Outlook Web Bureau

Adeel, elder brother of Dr. Kafeel Ahmad Khan, and his associate Mohammad Faizan have been booked for allegedly opening a bank account using fake documents.


10 April, 2018

IMA Comes Out In Defence Of Dr Kafeel Khan Arrested In Gorakhpur Hospital Tragedy Case, Calls It Conspiracy

Outlook Web Bureau

Dr Kafeel Khan, who has been in the jail for the past seven months in the Gorakhpur hospital tragedy case, is a victim of conspiracy, said Indian Medical Association.


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