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Born on September 19 last year, Love and Prince Zalte, from Mumbai, were attached from the lower part of the chest and shared a liver, intestine, bladder and pelvis.
The surgery began at 4am on Tuesday and involved paediatric surgeons, anaesthetists and orthopaedic surgeons, among others doctors.
Seven of the hospital's operating theatres were shut down so the team could fully focus on the surgery.
The twins are recovering in intensive care and are resting in separate beds for the first time in their lives. Their mother Sheetal Zalte, 26, who learnt about their condition 24 weeks into her pregnancy, said: 'It is hard to express in words how happy I will be to hold my children in both my arms.'Conjoined twins are believed to occur in just one in every 200,000 live births.
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Doctors have successfully separated conjoined twin boys in a marathon surgery that lasted 12 hours and involved 20 doctors.
At least one twin survives 75 per cent of the time.
Dr Minnie Bodhanwala, CEO of the Bai Jerbai Wadia Hospital, where the procedure took place, said: 'At [the] tender age of one year and three months, Love and Prince underwent this complicated surgery and are currently stable in [the] paediatric intensive care unit.'They will be under observation for few days which will be followed by multiple surgeries to ensure they are healthy and fit to survive.'Although the procedure was a success, Dr Bodhanwala added: 'The most challenging part of the surgery was to provide skin to cover both the children.'Ms Zalte said: 'It is hard to express in words how happy I will be to hold my children in both my arms.' Love and Prince are the the third set of conjoined twins to be successfully separated at Wadia Hospital.