Patient K, 42 years old, complained of foul smelling discharge from vagina & passage of clots and pieces of tissue from vagina since last 2 menstrual cycles. She was evaluated and diagnosed to have cervical cancer disease. On MRI scanning she was diagnosed to have stage 2 cancer. She consulted private and government hospital. She was advised surgery with open abdominal access with an average hospital stay of 7 days. She consulted us for second opinion and was offered laparoscopic surgery for the same. She agreed for the procedure and underwent nerve sparing laparoscopic radical hysterectomy with pelvic lymphadenectomy. She was discharged after 3 days of hospital admission. She was absolutely fine after the surgery. Her tissue specimen showed almost whole clearance of tumorous tissue. She was planned for radiotherapy to prevent recurrence of tumor. After 8 days of surgery she received her first cycle of radiotherapy. On 2 years of follow-up she is doing well with no evidence of disease.