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Delhi government yet to recover Rs 600 cr fine from 5 private hospitals

DNA Monday, 9 July 2018
The Delhi government is still struggling to recover the fine of Rs 600 crores from five private hospitals in the capital. The special committee, appointed to look into the affairs of the hospitals as per a Delhi High Court order of 2007, had imposed a fine of over Rs 32 crore on Max, Rs 36.30 on Shanti Mukand, Rs 10.6 on...
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