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Two women fight over motherhood of a girl child
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Two women fight over motherhood of a girl child

Hospital authorities refer a DNA test

Vijayanagaram, January 4, 2008

The Gosha Hospital Superintendent M Krishna Kumari on Friday decided to refer a DNA laboratory after two women vied with each other to claim motherhood over a girl child. According to the Superintendent, one Padmavati and H Santoshi were admitted to the hospital with labour pains on Friday. Both of them delivered girls within a gap of fifteen minutes. The babies were taken by ward boy for washing and kept side by side.

Padmavati's husband Venkatarao was called to take away their baby first but did not come immediately. Meanwhile, Santoshi's husband Nagaraju went and picked a baby which died immediately after it was placed on the bed. Soon, he took the baby back and replaced it with one of which was alive. Padmavathi after noticing the dead baby also claimed the baby. The doctor who attended on the both the women said Santoshi first took possession of Padmavati's baby by mistake and that the living baby belonged to Santoshi and the dead one belonged to Padmavati.

Both the mothers wanted to take possession of the living baby. The Hospital Superintendent Krishna Kumari asked both of them to wait for DNA report which would settled the dispute to which they both agreed. The baby was kept in the possession of the hospital until the arrival of the DNA report. Meanwhile, Padmavathi lodged a complaint with the One Town Police.

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January 4 in History

Events and happenings on 4 January History

4 January 2001
Highlights: Major fire accident in East Godavari District

4 January 2002
Highlights: CM takes part in Janmabhoomi Program in Warangal

4 January 2003
Highlights: Rally against WTO held in Hyderabad

4 January 2004
Highlights: TDP in favor of simultaneous elections

4 January 2005
Highlights: Six arrested for arms supply

4 January 2006
Highlights: Dalai Lama inaugurates Kalachakra

4 January 2007
Highlights: Hyderabad City Police Commissioner transferred

4 January 2008
Highlights: State Cabinet gives green signal for VROs recruitment

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