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TN: Medical College Assistant Professor allegedly ends life, reason unclear


TN: Medical College Assistant Professor allegedly ends life, reason unclear

MADURAI: In an unfortunate incident, a female medical practitioner ended her life by allegedly committing suicide last week

The doctor has been identified as on Dr Janani, 34-year-old who was working as an assistant professor in Theni Government Medical College Hospital in Virudhunagar.

Her husband, Dr Irusappan who is also a doctor and working in the Virudhunagar Government Hospital found her body at his residence in the room, hanging from a ceiling fan, reports TOI 

The reason behind her death is not clear. The police have not recovered any suicide note from the spot

The police have registered the case and initiated further investigation. Her body has been sent for the post-mortem.




Source: with inputs
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  1. Suicide is not the solution. But how reading a bible not cause suicide. Can anyone prove people reading bible don\’t commit suicide

  2. Deep condolences.nation lost one doctor… sucide is not a way or end..read Bible daily which gives peace and love..one who is deppresed the fine medicine is holy bible..read it..

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    Dr Santanu Ghosh February 28, 2018, 3:49 am

    Better you read Gita and Veda…you will be closer to God..which prevents somebody for suicide.

  4. Stop nonsense thing