Sunanda Pushkar's death: Police receives final medical report
The report, analysed by medical experts at AIIMS is now being studied by a special team set up to investigate Pushkar's death.
Pushkar, 53, was the wife of former union minister Shashi Tharoor. She was found dead in a luxury hotel in Delhi in January 2014, days after she publicly accused him of having an affair with a Pakistani journalist.
The police registered a case of murder and questioned Tharoor more than once.
After an autopsy by doctors at Delhi's AIIMS hospital initially concluded Pushkar probably died of an overdose of anti-depressant drugs, the police said she was poisoned. Amid conflicting information about what caused her death, the FBI was asked to help analyse her viscera samples or samples of organs like the large intestine.