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Category: Health-Indicators :: Infanticide
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Quake might affect unborn children as well 10.11.2005 IndiaInfo.com
<img src="http://www.indiainfo.com/images/indiainfo-logo.gif"><p align="justify">An entire generation of yet-to-be born children might be affected by the devastating October 8 earthquake in Jammu and Kashmir, fear medical experts who have noticed substantial physiological changes among expectant mothers as also a three-four-fold rise in the number of abortions there.
Religious leaders join hands against female foeticide 9.11.2005 Hindu: Front Page
They express grave concern at the declining birth ratio of the girl child in the country
Religious leaders join hands against female foeticide 9.11.2005 Hindu: National
They express concern at the declining birth ratio of the girl child
Alito tries to allay 'Roe' fears 9.11.2005 New Kerala: World News
WASHINGTON: U.S. senators say they are interpreting Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito's support for precedent as an indication abortion rights are safe.
Sweden considers abortion for foreigners 8.11.2005 New Kerala: World News
STOCKHOLM, Sweden: A government inquiry recommends Sweden change its law to permit foreign women to undergo abortions in the country, The Local reports.
Govt plans sting operations against female foeticide 7.11.2005 ET: Jobs
Govt plans sting operations against female foeticide
Families to get advice on reproductive health 6.11.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Family Planning Association of India to focus on HIV
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Concern over falling gender ratio 6.11.2005 Hindu: Other States
Ensure attendance of girls in anganwadi centres, says Minister
March against female foeticide converges in Delhi 6.11.2005 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: Marchers campaigning against female foeticide Sunday converged on the national capital, with participants pledging to create awareness to stop discrimination against the unborn girl child.
Concern over falling gender ratio 6.11.2005 Hindu: National
BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Minister for Women and Child Development, Kusum Mehdle, has expressed concern over the declining gender ratio and girl population in the State and said the problem was directly linked to sex determination ...
Families to get advice on reproductive health 5.11.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Family Planning Association of India to focus on HIV
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Bush nominates conservative Alito to Supreme Court 1.11.2005 New Kerala: World News
WASHINGTON: US President George W Bush nominated Judge Samuel Alito for the Supreme Court in a move that set up a showdown with Democrats but placated conservatives who bitterly rejected his last choice.
Bush's court nomination may increase conservative hold 31.10.2005 New Kerala: World News
By Ela Dutt, Washington: President George W. Bush's nomination Monday of conservative 3rd Circuit Judge Samuel Alito, is expected to change the face of the Supreme Court and may herald further tightening of conservative hold on the nation.
March planned against female foeticide 30.10.2005 Hindu: National
JAIPUR: The Sarvadeshik Arya Pratinidhi Sabha, in association with several public-spirited bodies, will organise a ``Jan Chetana Yatra" from Tankara in Gujarat to Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar, starting on November 1, to generate public opinion ...
Abortion stance demanded of court nominee 30.10.2005 New Kerala: World News
WASHINGTON: Liberals and conservatives are calling for the next Supreme Court nominee to have a known stance on abortion -- they just disagree on the stance.
Bush forced to retreat 29.10.2005 Hindu: Opinion
Harriet Miers' withdrawal as a nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court is a humiliation for George W. Bush.
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Abortion doesn't raise depression risk study 29.10.2005 New Kerala: Health News
NEW YORK: Among women with an unwanted pregnancy, those who carry the pregnancy to term are more likely to experience later depression than those who terminate the pregnancy with an abortion, new study findings suggest.
Abortions don?t lead to depression 28.10.2005 New Kerala: Health News
London: A study publised by the British Medical Journal has claimed that there is no credible evidence that choosing to terminate an unwanted first pregnancy puts women at higher risk of subsequent depression.
Study: Depression, unwanted 1st pregnancy 28.10.2005 New Kerala: Health News
BOULDER, Colo: A study published online by the British Medical Journal questions the theory that terminating an unwanted first pregnancy raises risk of depression.
Forced abortions in China 24.10.2005 Telegraph: International
A spate of government-sanctioned but illegal abortions of women carrying their second child has been taking place across some provinces in China.
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