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Dr. Abin Suri brought to Delhi

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New Delhi: Dr. Abin Suri, who survived with injuries in Saturday's earthquake that hit Nepal, was brought here Wednesday morning by a special flight.

He has been admitted to the AIIMS for further treatment.

Abin, who had been undergoing treatment at a hospital in Kathmandu, was subjected to dialysis during the past two days.

Suri was found buried under concrete slabs of a hotel, where the trio stayed. A photograph published in The New York Times showing Suri being was pulled out helped his family in Kerala track him.

A pleasure trip to Nepal by three young doctors from Kerala turned tragic with two of them losing their lives in the killer earthquake and another managing to survive with serious injuries.

Non Resident Kerala Affairs Minister K C Joseph Tuesday said the bodies of Dr Deepak Thomas from Kannur and Dr A S Irshad from Kasaragod have been identified by relatives and efforts are on to bring their remains to India as early as possible.

Thomas and Irshad were missing since the quake shook the Himalayan nation on Saturday. There were earlier reports that the two had survived and had been admitted to a hospital in Kathmandu.

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