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Category: Health-Indicators :: Infanticide
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Nexus of midwives in foeticide case established 14.8.2006 New Indian Express
Nexus of midwives in foeticide case established
Doctor couple remanded to judicial custody 14.8.2006 Hindustan Times
Doctor couple remanded to judicial custody
Unholy nexus: Foeticide rampant in Punjab 14.8.2006 NDTV National
Ranjit, a midwife at a village close to Patran, has been attending calls from a neighbouring village for the last two years. For every delivery she c
Foeticide cases: NCW wants fast-track justice 13.8.2006 TOI: India
Over 50 female foetuses have been recovered from two wells of Patran in Patiala in the past three days.
Vyas writes to Punjab CM regarding female foeticide case 13.8.2006 New Kerala: India News
Patiala, Aug 12: In the wake of the shocking recovery of female foetuses from a hospital in the district, National Commission for Women chairperson Girija Vyas today called for trial of foeticide-related cases in fast track courts to ensure their speedy disposal.
Lack of sex education prime reason for unwanted pregnancies 12.8.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Aug 11: A group of doctors today claimed that there are more than 25 per cent unwanted pregnancies and 11 million abortions every year in India and cited lack of sex education in schools as the main reason behind it.
Private hospital raided for conducting illegal abortions 12.8.2006 New Kerala: India News
Nurpur (HP), Aug 11: Police today raided a private hospital in the city and arrested a doctor and his two colleagues for allegedly conducting illegal abortions and endangering the lives of rural women.
Punjab Police recover more infant bones 12.8.2006 New Kerala: India News
Patran, Aug 12: Punjab Police have dig out infant bones from a village well, days after a similar discovery revealed decomposed foetal remains in a region infamous for aborting girls despite a ban on sex-determination tests.
Police conduct raids in female foeticide racket 12.8.2006 New Kerala: India News
Patiala, Aug 11: Despite threats, health officials in Punjab's Patiala district Friday conducted raids at several places to unearth a well-organised racket indulging in female foeticide.
Foetus bones in another well 12.8.2006 Telegraph: Nation
Punjab health authorities today dug out dozens of bones of three-month-old foetuses from a second well near Sahib Nursing Home in Patran in Patiala district.
Foeticide: Police to uncover second well 11.8.2006 New Indian Express
Foeticide: Police to uncover second well
25m Chinese men likely to remain bachelors 11.8.2006 The Statesman
25m Chinese men likely to remain bachelors
35 female foetuses found in a well 10.8.2006 CNN-IBN: India
Thirty-five decomposed foetuses have been recovered from a well near a hospital in Punjab, offficials said.
Act fast against doctors charged with female foeticide, Govt. told 10.8.2006 Hindu: Other States
Women's groups ask Minister to act upon cases against 64 doctors exposed by media
Women's groups demand stern action in female foeticide cases 10.8.2006 New Kerala: India News
Jaipur, Aug 10: Women's rights activists in Rajasthan have demanded exemplary action against doctors charged in scores of female foeticide cases reported from across the state in recent months.
Abortion doctors with well to dump foetuses 10.8.2006 Telegraph: Nation
Two doctors were arrested today for allegedly conducting illegal abortions and throwing the foetuses in a well.
Doctors held over buried foetuses 10.8.2006 BBC South Asia
Two doctors in the northern Indian state of Punjab are accused of burying at least 50 female foetuses after carrying out illegal abortions.
CSWB worried over cases of female foeticide 10.8.2006 TOI: India
Concerned over the increasing cases of female foeticide in the country, CSWB plans to launch nationwide awareness campaign.
Foeticide: More raids soon 10.8.2006 TOI: India
Dr Pritam Singh and his wife Amarjit Kaur have been arrested for carrying out illegal abortions and a case has been registered against them.
Punjab doctor held for female foeticide 10.8.2006 NDTV National
Punjab health officials have unearthed disturbing incidents of female foeticide from Patiala district where a systematic racket was being operated by
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