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Female foeticide report is incorrect, says the IMA 12.1.2006 DNA: India
Researchers in India and Canada said in the Lancet Journal that prenatal selection and selective abortion was causing the loss of 500,000 girl births a year.
Pope says 'no' to gay marriage, abortion pill 12.1.2006 DNA: Top News
Pope Benedict has said that marriage is not a 'casual, sociological entity' but 'a question of the correct relationship between a man and a woman'.
Missing millions 11.1.2006 Deccan Herald
Missing millions
India 'lost birth' study disputed 11.1.2006 BBC South Asia
Indian doctors dispute findings that more than 10m female births may have been lost to sex selection or abortion.
TODAY'S EDITORIAL: Murder in the Womb 11.1.2006 TOI: Editorial
State must intervene to stop sex-selective abortions.
Indian experts dispute female abortions study 11.1.2006 DNA: Top News
Indian experts said a new study which found that some 10 million female foetuses may have been aborted in the country in the past 20 years was sensationalist and inaccurate.
It???s a story of survival for too many kids 10.1.2006 Deccan Herald
It???s a story of survival for too many kids
The Virgin Monologues in Chennai 10.1.2006 Sify News
The pillorying of actor Khushboo for her call to "virginal" equality of the inverse kind, that is, men not virgins at their marriage should not expect virgin brides any longer, is the stuff of feminism.
10 million girls missing in India 9.1.2006 Deccan Herald
10 million girls missing in India
Selective abortion behind 10 million ?missing' female births in India 9.1.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London : A new study published in the online edition of the Lancet, has found that over the past two decades around 10 million female foetuses may have been aborted in India.
Female foeticide count at 10 million 9.1.2006 Telegraph: Nation
A study has revealed that around 10 million female foetuses may have been aborted in India in the past two decades because of ultrasound sex screening and a traditional preference for boys.
India 'loses 10m female births' 9.1.2006 BBC South Asia
More than 10m female births in India may have been lost to abortion and sex selection in 20 years, according to research.
Briefly 9.1.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Power supply will be disrupted between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Tuesday in Belgaum Toll Naka, Saidapur, Gulaganjikoppa, Siddharth Colony, Kumareshwar Nagar, Joshi Farm, JTC Company, Morey Mill, KC Park, Tavaragere Nursing Home, Zymkhana Club and ...
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The Confirmation: Female foeticide in India crossed 1 cr in 20 yrs 8.1.2006 The Indian Express -- Front Page
The first-ever systematic scientific study on female foeticide by an Indo-Canadian team in India presents a shocking picture. Every year, about 500,000 unborn girls-one in 25-are aborted.
Pedalling and promoting a cause 6.1.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
A group of 17 students are on their way to Kanyakumari from Chennai A group of 17 students are on their way to Kanyakumari from Chennai "Children who watch our performances become instant fans and they even want our autographs."
In prison for no crime 6.1.2006 Deccan Herald
In prison for no crime
Conference on wind energy from January 5 3.1.2006 The Pioneer
Conference on wind energy from January 5
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<b>Seer???s call to fight female infanticide</b> 2.1.2006 Deccan Herald
<b>Seer???s call to fight female infanticide</b>
Jain mathaji favours sustained fight against female infanticide 2.1.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Stresses on imparting education and teaching dharmic values to women
God sees embryos as full and complete humans: Pope 28.12.2005 New Kerala: World News
VATICAN CITY: God sees embryos as ''full and complete'' humans, Pope Benedict said today in an address that firmly underlined the Roman Catholic Church's stance against abortion and scientific research on embryos.
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