Indo-Asian News Service | Sunday August 12, 2012
With his dreams of becoming a doctor and leading a lavish life shattered by financial constraints, this Delhi resident posed as a "doctor" at two leading government hospitals in New Delhi and stole 21 cell phones of doctors until he was arrested.
Mid-Day.com | Monday August 6, 2012
Reality has finally caught up with Gulabchand Gupta, an imposter who would pose as a police officer attached to Worli police station to extract bribes from locals. Real cops from Worli station recently caught the conman red-handed, when a suspicious ...
Press Trust of India | Tuesday January 24, 2012
Four persons have been arrested for cheating the public by posing as ayurvedic doctors and providing fake Ayurvedic medicines, police said.
Mid-Day.com | Friday December 9, 2011
The dream of being an IPS officer and impressing people around him was the reason that Ishadur Haffizur Rehman was using the red beacon on his vehicle illegally. The Agripada resident was arrested by the Byculla police on Tuesday.
Press Trust of India | Saturday August 20, 2011
A quack was arrested on Friday for allegedly molesting an 18-year-old girl who had gone to his clinic for a check-up, police said.
Press Trust of India | Thursday December 23, 2010
A 36-year-old doctor has been arrested after he was allegedly found to have been treating patients in a hospital here for over seven years using fake certificates, police said on Thursday.The accused, Mohammed Zuber Qureshi, who has been treating in the Bombay Hospital since February 2003, was arres...
NDTV Correspondent | Friday December 10, 2010
The WikiLeaks, it seems, is already being misused to malign countries. Pakistan is being accused of doctoring leaked cables to show India in bad light.This morning some Pakistani newspapers carried articles that purported to detail shocking American assessments of India's military and civilian leade...
Press Trust of India | Friday October 8, 2010
A man who worked as a doctor in several leading hospitals in Hyderabad by forging educational certificates was arrested by Begumpet police on Thursday.Raj Narasimha, who studied only till intermediate, worked as a duty doctor in Apollo, KIMS, Image, MNJ Cancer hospital and other hospitals, besides a...
Mid-Day.com | Wednesday October 6, 2010
Luck ran out for a 'doctor' who sold one-litre coconut oil for Rs 75,000 and neem wood ash for Rs 2,500 per gram to his unsuspecting, and sometimes-unwilling 'patients'. The patients would mostly consist of people with uncommon diseases. Police said that the arrested person is part of a bigger gang....
Press Trust of India | Friday September 17, 2010
Egypt's state-run newspaper Al-Ahram has come under fire for doctoring a photograph to suggest that President Hosni Mubarak had led US President Barack Obama and other Middle East leaders into historic peace talks in the White House earlier this month.The picture showed the Egyptian president stridi...
Mid-Day.com | Thursday April 29, 2010
Fifty-one-year-old R Raghavan is a beggar with a difference who used fake medical certificate that declared his son's terminal illness to reach out to his patrons. He also supplied such certificates to anyone willing to pay a price.
Mid-Day.com | Wednesday April 28, 2010
A medical student of Xaviers International University of Goa was arrested in Delhi on Monday after the Delhi Medical Council (DMC) found out that the MBBS holder, who had come to the Council with the intention of practicing medicine, was using a forg...