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Nothing wrong if a professional's knowledge is tested: SC

IndiaTimes Friday, 7 February 2020
"There is nothing wrong if knowledge of a professional is tested", the Supreme Court observed on Friday when three Chattisgarh-based doctors came to it saying they are being forced to undertake the test to continue practising as ultrasonologists.
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