MEDICAL TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY ACT 1971

Abortion, a subject often discussed in medico-legal circles, interims various streams of thoughts and multiple discipline, like theology, because most religions have something to say in the matter, ethics, because human conduct and its moral evaluation are the basic issues involved; medicine (in several of its sub-disciplines), because, interference with the body for a curative... Continue Reading →

RIGHT TO ABORTION UNDER INDIAN CONSTITUTION

INTRODUCTION- The right to life is a very broad concept and is the most fundamental of all. In India, right tolife has been recognized under Article 21 of the Constitution which says that “No personshall be deprived of his life and personal liberty except according to procedure established bylaw”. Person here includes both man and... Continue Reading →

IS THE RIGHT TO ABORTION TAKEN AS A OPPORTUNITY TO ABORT A FOETUS WITH A CRIMINAL INTENT ?


Introduction An abortion is a procedure conducted by a Licensed Doctor to end a pregnancy. It uses medicine or surgery to remove the  foetus and placenta from the uterus.  Abortion in India is legal and can be performed to the point of 24 weeks (6 months) pregnancy after Medical Termination of Pregnancy act amendment 2021... Continue Reading →

Is the right to abortion taken as a opportunity to abort a foetus with a criminal intent ?

Introduction An abortion is a procedure conducted by a Licensed Doctor to end a pregnancy. It uses medicine or surgery to remove the  fetus and placenta from the uterus.  Abortion in India is legal and can be performed to the point of 24 weeks (6 months) pregnancy after Medical Termination of Pregnancy act amendment 2021... Continue Reading →

ABORTION IN INDIA

Introduction : Women and their right to sexuality, fertility and reproductive health are seldom considered important enough to be discussed in the mainstream. Such conversations are often silenced due to the looming influence of the patriarchal setup of society in general. The same reflects in the kind of legislations formulated concerning issues related to women.... Continue Reading →

Abortion in India

"The touch of children is the delight of the body; the delight of the ear is the hearing of their speech".                                                                   -The great Tamil Saint Thiruvalluvar A mother has got a natural duty to provide the maximum best possible to her offspring. However, situations may arise where she indulges in activities, which injuriously affect... Continue Reading →

Law related to Abortion – Part 2

Click here to read the previous part of Law Related to Abortion - Part 1 Elements should be disclosed by the Complainant while making a complaint under section 313 The accused was aware of the fact that the woman was pregnantHis/her actions resulted in the miscarriage of the pregnant woman. The said actions were committed... Continue Reading →

Law related to Abortion – part 1

ABSTRACT The project work basically talks about the miscarriage which is related to women in India and lays special emphasis on Sections 313 and Sections of IPC which are related to punishments for miscarriage. This project basically talks about the detailed study of miscarriage in India, punishments which are related to it and also talks... Continue Reading →

Miscarriage: We Really Need To Talk About It

The moment we see those two pink lines on the Pregnancy Test Kit, our joys know no limit. The unknown bond between mother and the child has already come into existence. Even though you have not met the baby, yet you feel like your baby was always with you, as an inseparable part. Unfortunately, not... Continue Reading →

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