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Category: Health-Indicators :: Infanticide
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Sikh meet adopts motion against female foeticide 27.2.2006 New Kerala: India News
Chandigarh: A convention of World Sikh Heritage at Punjab's religious town of Fatehgarh Sahib Sunday adopted a resolution calling upon all Sikhs to shun the practice of female foeticide and consumption of drugs.
Extend support to eradicate female infanticide: Collector 25.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
DHARMAPURI: Collector M. Chandrasekaran has asked villagers to extend ample support in the movement to eradicate female infanticide. According to him, the practice of killing the infant or abandoning it at the Cradle Baby Centre was ...
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Around the City 25.2.2006 Hindu: New Delhi
Some lawyers believed to be members of the Delhi Bar Association (DBA) turned violent and ransacked courtrooms at the Tis Hazari courts premises on Friday in protest against non-compliance of their demands. The police said it was around 12 ...
Drive against female foeticide 24.2.2006 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: A weeklong anti-foeticide theatre campaign organised by Patiala-based National Theatre Arts Society in collaboration with the Director PNDT, Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, ended here on Thursday. Inaugurated on ...
Heated exchanges in H.P. over change in land use 23.2.2006 Hindu: Other States
Opposition blames Government for the mess
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South Dakota bill would ban most abortions 23.2.2006 New Kerala: World News
PIERRE, S.D.: The South Dakota state Senate approved a bill Wednesday that would give the state the most stringent ban on abortion in the country.
South Dakota bill would ban most abortions 23.2.2006 New Kerala: World News
PIERRE, S.D.: South Dakota state senators are debating a bill that would give the state the most stringent ban on abortion in the country.
Abortion under pressure 22.2.2006 The Statesman
Abortion under pressure
Woman ill after husband, lady love force abortion 22.2.2006 The Statesman
Woman ill after husband, lady love force abortion
Watch Tower: Nothing much to crow about  20.2.2006 Central Chronicle
Watch Tower: Nothing much to crow about 
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Japan: In vitro egg testing may be widened 20.2.2006 New Kerala: World News
TOKYO: Japanese scientists propose adding habitual abortion to treatments in which preimplantation genetic diagnosis is allowed during in vitro fertilization.
"Young women must eradicate social evils" 18.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
They should create an awareness of literacy among people, says VC
Legislation soon to make rural posting for doctors mandatory 17.2.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: A bill will be introduced in Parliament to make it mandatory for young doctors to undergo rural posting before they are registered by the Medical Council, Health Minister A Ramadoss informed the Rajya Sabha today.
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Australia PM against scrapping abortion drug ban 16.2.2006 DNA: Top News
The lower House of Representatives will vote on Thursday on whether to remove the power of the health minister -- currently conservative, Catholic, anti-abortionist Tony Abbott -- to veto applications from companies and doctors who want to import and prescribe RU-486.
Australian MP angers Muslims with comments on abortion 14.2.2006 DNA: Top News
Speaking in support of government controls on the controversial abortion pill RU486, Danna Vale said that Australians were aborting themselves almost out of existence.
Female foeticide racket busted 12.2.2006 DNA: Mumbai
The role of doctors in an alleged female foeticide racket has come to light. Thane civil surgeon Dr PM Chapalgaonkar laid a trap and caught them on Friday.
'Female foeticide against nature' 11.2.2006 New Indian Express
'Female foeticide against nature'
Where a ghost takes away their wombs... 10.2.2006 HBL: Life
Women in this Ugandan island are careful to avoid pregnancy and those who do get pregnant are quick to abort it... prompting the locals to call it the island of women without wombs.
Son-set for girls in state 9.2.2006 DNA: Mumbai
Alarmingly, sex ratios are lowest in posh urban areas (826 in Mumbai's suburbs and 774 in south Mumbai), followed by the state's other urban centres.
Australia Senate votes to scrap abortion drug ban 9.2.2006 New Kerala: World News
CANBERRA: Australian senators voted today to remove an effective ban on abortion drug RU-486 after two days of emotive, personal and passionate debate that saw two high-profile politicians reveal their experiences with abortion.
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