CBI scans 9.5 lakh students, finds 121 impersonators
In a major breakthrough in a case related to rigging of medical entrance examinations in Madhya Pradesh, the CBI has identified 121 impersonators after scanning details of over 9.5 lakh medical students across the country.

CBI teams approached hundreds of medical colleges and medical coaching institutes in six states — Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Bihar — and created a database of 9.5 lakh medical students over six months using their homogeneously digitised pictures. CBI sources said that while addresses of the 121 suspects were traced and they were asked to join the probe over the last few months, 73 had already appeared before the agency for questioning and 20 were served notices.