User: esg Topic: Health
Category: Health-Indicators :: Infanticide
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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.
Awareness rally taken out 8.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
SALEM: The district administration organised an awareness rally and a seminar on population and family welfare in connection with the World Population Day here recently. District Revenue Officer T.P. Rajesh flagged off the rally at the ...
More female babies come to cradles here 7.2.2006 New Indian Express
More female babies come to cradles here
Wedding vow against female foeticide 7.2.2006 TOI: India
A group of newly-wed couples in Gujarat have promised that they will never try to find out the sex of their future children.
Gujarat couples take new wedding vow 6.2.2006 TOI: India
45 couples in a marriage ceremony , appended an eighth vow not to indulge in female foeticide.
Pakistani, Indian girls being forced into prostitution in M-E 6.2.2006 New Kerala: World News
Lahore: In a startling case of organised women trafficking that has come to light, Pakistani and Indian girls aged between 11 and 13 are being smuggled to the Middle East countries for being forced into prostitution there.
Australian parliament set to debate abortion drug 6.2.2006 New Kerala: World News
CANBERRA: Scrapping Australia's effective ban on an abortion drug could open the way for risky backyard miscarriages, Health Minister Tony Abbott said as debate heats up ahead of a free parliamentary vote on the issue this week.
India-born doctor's trial to begin in July 6.2.2006 New Kerala: World News
Sydney, Feb 5: The trial of an India-born doctor in Australia charged with manslaughter of a foetus after she allegedly performed an illegal late-term abortion here will begin in July.
Upwardly mobile behind 'missing' girls: experts 5.2.2006 New Kerala: India News
By Lola Nayar, New Delhi: The upwardly mobile among India's educated class are responsible for the increasing trend of female foeticide leading to an alarming number of missing girls, population experts say.
Punjab village celebrates a girl child 5.2.2006 New Indian Express
Punjab village celebrates a girl child
Now more women come to Corporation health posts 4.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Level of confidence in obstetric care has increased, says Commissioner
NCW's woman empowerment scheme goes the village way 4.2.2006 Hindu: New Delhi
Ambitious "Chalo Gaon ki Ore" campaign launched in New Delhi on Friday
Actors unite against female foeticide 4.2.2006 DNA: Top News
Beti- India's Missing Daughters', is a cause against female foeticide taken up by ITA, (Indian Television Academy) and supported by the UN.
Hooda assures adequate power supply to farmers 3.2.2006 Hindu: Other States
'Gramin Rozgar Yojana launched in 200 districts of the country'
Saving girl child more important than saving tigers: Renuka Chaudhary 30.1.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: Terming girl child foeticide as ?a grave threat to Indian demographic changes?, Renuka Chaudhary, the newly appointed Minister of State for Women and Child development, today said that ?saving the girl child was more important than saving tigers.?
British Asians fly to India to abort 30.1.2006 Deccan Herald
British Asians fly to India to abort
British Asians coming to India for aborting female foetuses 30.1.2006 New Indian Express
British Asians coming to India for aborting female foetuses
UK PM rejects tightening of abortion laws 30.1.2006 DNA: Top News
47 per cent of British women think the legal limit for abortion should be cut from 24 weeks and 10 per cent think it should be outlawed.
British Asians coming to India for aborting female foetuses 29.1.2006 Sify News
While efforts are on to check the menace of female foeticide among Indians, British Asians are coming here to abort female foetuses raising widespread concerns.
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