IIT Kharagpur

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IIT Kharagpur Student's 2nd Autopsy Report Claims 'Homicide Injuries'

The IIT-Kharagpur student Faizan Ahmed's death is still under investigation. Although the college authority claimed the death was due to suicide, his 2nd autopsy report suggested 'Homicide Injuries' on his body, before his death. The IIT-Kharagpur student died in October 2022, allegedly by suicide. However, Faizan's parents denied claims of suicide and filed a petition saying it was murder which killed their son. The matter is still under… read-more

Mon, 12 Jun 2023 - 02:08 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: IIT-Kharagpur, Faizan Ahmed, Indian Crime, autopsy report, Homicide

Courtesy: NDTV

Birbhum Violence

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Postmortem Report Of Birbhum Victim Reveals Violence Before Burnt Alive

The Birbhum violence victims including women and children were badly beaten up before being burnt alive, revealed the postmortem report, on March 24.  Earlier, the forensic experts conducted tests on bodies, who were found inside houses, which were set on fire by unknowns in Rampurhat, Birbhum, West Bengal. As of now, 20 people are arrested in connection with the incident. Furthermore, CM Mamata Banerjee is also scheduled to hold meeting.

Thu, 24 Mar 2022 - 01:59 PM / by Shaloo Priya

Tags: National, Crime, autopsy report, Bengal, Birbhum

Courtesy: Zee News

Representational image- Health worker carrying Covid deceased body

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The Covid virus strains in India is different from US and Italy: Study

A 62-year-old Covid-19 deceased's autopsy report suggested that Covid-patient bodies can be infectious. The first post-mortem of Covid-19 patient in Karnataka, found virus-strains in nasal and throat swabs even after 18 hours of death. However, the deceased lungs became hard as leather, and his air-sacks bursted with clots in blood-vessels. "The post-mortem found the virus strains different from US and Italy," says report conducted by Dr… read-more

Fri, 23 Oct 2020 - 02:32 PM / by Nitesh Kumar Singh

Tags: Coronavirus, Covid-19 Test, Covid deaths, Karnataka, Oxford Medical College, autopsy report

Courtesy: Times of India