1. Medical student suicide: Three accused doctors remanded in judicial custody till June 10The police said that statements of more than 30 faculty members of BYL Nair Hospital, where Tadvi had committed suicide on May 22, have been recorded and it has been learnt that the three accused doctors used to make casteist remarks against her.A day after the probe into Dr Payal Tadvi’s suicide was transferred to the Mumbai Police Crime Branch, the three accused resident doctors were remanded in judicial custody till June 10 by the sessions court on Friday.(Source: Indian Express)2. SC stops EWS quota in Maharashtra PG medical collegesThe Supreme Court on Thursday stopped the Maharashtra government from reserving 10% seats in postgraduate medical colleges for the members of economically weaker section (EWS) in the general category.The central government had in January made Constitutional amendment granting 10% quota in jobs and admission for EWS candidates across all classes.(Source: HIndustan Times)3. Bridge shuts near Ghatkopar bus depotWith the road connecting Eastern Express Highway (EEH) with Ghatkopar East, the closure of the bridge led to huge traffic jam. “Ghatkopar-Andheri Link Road is closed from Rasika Bar to EEH due to a major crack observed below the small bridge next to Ghatkopar depot,” said a BMC official.(Source: The Indian Express)4. Sena gets Heavy Industries ministry againThough the Shiv Sena is the second largest constituent of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), with 18 MPs in the Lok Sabha, it has been offered only one ministry in the Union Cabinet.Sena’s Arvind Sawant was among the seven ministers from Maharashtra who took the oath of office on Thursday. However, on Friday, he was given the Heavy Industries and Public Enterprise Ministry, which has been handed to the party since the first NDA government led by late Atal Bihari Vajpayee in 1996.(Source: The Hindu)5. Trauma from casteism: Students say need mental health facilities, support groupsPanic at a job interview, beaten down confidence levels in a classroom over broken English or a sense of alienation upon finding nothing familiar in a new cultural context – students and young professionals form Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe communities are discussing these afresh in the aftermath of Dr Payal Tadvi’s suicide.While on the one hand, these discussions reiterate that discrimination takes multiple forms, on the other hand, some are also drawing attention to the need for accessible and affordable mental health care for those suffering distress associated with subtle and unsubtle casteism.(Source: Indian Express) We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.