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Indian Australian doctor banned for 10 years 6.10.2006 New Indian Express
Indian Australian doctor banned for 10 years
Indian Australian doctor banned for 10 years 6.10.2006 New Kerala: World News
Sydney, Oct 6: An Indian Australian gynaecologist has been banned for 10 years after the New South Wales (NSW) medical tribunal probing a case of abortion concluded that she was "not of good character".
Gujarat to create awareness in blocks with low sex ratio 2.10.2006 Hindustan Times
Gujarat to create awareness in blocks with low sex ratio
"Medical progress must be measured by how we treat the least of our brethren" 1.10.2006 Hindu: Front Page
Dr. Abraham Verghese, best-selling author ofMy Own Countryand Director of the Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics, University of Texas, was in India to participate in a two-day conference on clinical ethics. Excerpts from an interview with C.K. Meena:
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Awareness campaigns to sensitise the society 1.10.2006 TOI: India
Alarmed by the increasing female foeticide and the booming abortion-related business, Gujarat government has identified 43 tehsils with lowest sex ratios to create social awareness against the cruel practise.
Personal Thought: Female foeticide & infanticide   27.9.2006 Central Chronicle
Personal Thought: Female foeticide & infanticide  
End foeticide 26.9.2006 Deccan Herald
End foeticide
Eating joints join campaign to mark Girl Child Day 25.9.2006 Hindu: New Delhi
People to be exhorted to take the girl child out for a meal
Health sector NGOs for social marketing of morning after pill 24.9.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Sep 24: The 'morning after pill' may now be available across the counter without a prescription, but women can benefit from it only if the government provides low-priced emergency contraceptives through social marketing.
Dwindling sex ratio prompts officials into action 23.9.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Awareness campaign to be launched against female foeticides and sex determination tests across district
Female foeticide prevalent in cities: Chowdhary 22.9.2006 New Kerala: India News
<IMG src="http://www.newkerala.net/april/images/t/renuka-chaudhary-1.jpg" align=left>Hyderabad, Sep 21: Expressing concern over the imbalance in sex ratio in the country, Union Minister of State for Women and Child Development Renuka Chowdhary today said female foeticide was prevalent even in cities which have a sizeable number of educated people.
'Uneven sex ratio causes social ills' 22.9.2006 New Indian Express
'Uneven sex ratio causes social ills'
'Imbalance sex ratio would lead to inter-country sex racket' 22.9.2006 New Indian Express
'Imbalance sex ratio would lead to inter-country sex racket'
Eagle's Eye: Gender imbalance growing&nbsp; 21.9.2006 Central Chronicle
Eagle's Eye: Gender imbalance growing&nbsp;
State-level meet on girl child protection on Thursday 21.9.2006 New Indian Express
State-level meet on girl child protection on Thursday
Meet on female foeticide today 21.9.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Concern voiced over the abuse of sex determination test
Gujarat sting operation nails doctor conducting sex determination tests 19.9.2006 Rediff: News
A doctor conducting sex determination tests and illegal abortions was arrested last week in a joint sting operation conducted by the Gujarat government's health department and the Rajkot collector's office.
It is not the economy but race 19.9.2006 Hindu: Opinion
Recent research into voting patterns in America ignores the elephant in the room.
Tharunya: New clinic launched for adolescent care and guidance 19.9.2006 New Indian Express
Tharunya: New clinic launched for adolescent care and guidance
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Grisly find draws attention to foetus killings 18.9.2006 New Indian Express
Grisly find draws attention to foetus killings
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