Wednesday, February 20, 2008
Ambala, February 20
The CBI Court in Ambala today granted CBI custody to one of the accused in the multi-crore-kidney scam K.K. Aggarwal till February 28.
K.K. Aggarwal, an accused in the kidney racket and accomplice of Dr Amit, being produced in a court in Ambala on Wednesday. — Tribune photo by Kamal Sachar
Saturday, February 9, 2008
‘Dr Kidney’ brought to Delhi
New Delhi, February 9
|Amit Kumar, alleged kingpin in the kidney racket case, was today brought here from Kathmandu by a CBI team. The 44-year-old Ayurvedic doctor was brought here by a two-member CBI team in an Air India commercial flight from Kathmandu after the Nepalese authorities acceded to India’s request for his deportation. |
About-turn in Nepal
Amit Kumar being brought to the CBI headquarters in New Delhi on Saturday. — Tribune photo by
Nepal can jail Amit in three cases
Making public the arrest of the alleged kidney racket kingpin Dr Amit Kumar in Kathmandu, the Nepal Police said on Friday it would lodge three cases against him on the charge of possessing foreign currency illegally, carrying out human organs transplant illegally and on the basis of the Interpol red corner notice.
He didn’t give up till the last
India will get him soon
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5-day remand for hospital manager
Editorial: Dr Kidney in the net
|“I have not done anything wrong. I have not duped anyone.” This is what Dr Amit told mediapersons in Kathmandu on Friday after his arrest. — Reuters|
Amit’s wife, sons slip out of house in Canada
Brampton (Canada), February 8
As television channels splashed the news about the arrest of Amit Kumar, the alleged kingpin of India's kidney transplant scam, his wife and two sons reportedly slipped out of their house here.