Times of India Interview with HRLN Bihar State Coordinator on Child MarriageAdolescents' Sexual Health and Rights, Articles, Bihar, Child Marriage, Issues, Media Report, News, States, Update
Times of India, in their special edition New Hope magazine, recently interviewed Advocate and HRLN Bihar State Coordinator Vikash Kumar Pankaj on the issue of child marriage in the state. You can read the full article below.
'Vikash Kumar Pankaj is the state co-ordinator for Human Rights Law Network and president
Despite Sterilization At Delhi Govt Clinic, Woman Gets Pregnant, Asks For CompensationDelhi, Issues, Litigation, Media Report, News, Quality of Care, Safe Abortion, States, Sterilisation, WORK
A 28-year-old mother of four has moved the Delhi High Court seeking compensation from the Delhi government for the failure of a parivar seva clinic run by it to sterilise her, leading to her fourth pregnancy.
The petition, which seeks implementation of the Centres Family Planning Indemnity Scheme, was listed for
HRLN file petition regarding non-availability of alcohol to detect TBIssues, Litigation, Media Report, News, Quality of Care, Update, WORK
HRLN recently filed a petition on the non-availability of alcohol, which had nearly stopped the early detection of Tuberculosis through Sputum Smear Microscopy, which required alcohol to facilitate the testing.
The case was widely reported in the newspaper. Although the case is ongoing, the centre has directed the state to make
Modi’s cash transfer scheme for pregnant women shortsighted, healthcare quality needs attention firstAccess to Contraceptives, Adolescents' Sexual Health and Rights, Articles, Assam, Chhattisgarh, Child Marriage, Delhi, Issues, Maternal Health, Media Report, New Delhi, News, Odisha, Quality of Care, Report
By Maya Palit
On social media on 1 January, I came across many quips about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s New Year’s Eve speech. “Judging from the speech, the happiest person in the country should be a 65-year-old pregnant farmer,” went one. These were, of course, prompted by Modi’s promise to introduce a
Delhi High Court probe ‘disturbing’ negligence linked to infant death at Safdarjung HospitalArticles, Delhi, Issues, Litigation, Media Report, News, Quality of Care, States, WORK
The alleged medical negligence by Safdarjung Hospital in wrongly declaring a newborn as dead in June this year has led the Delhi High Court to direct the Centre to order a probe into the incident. The infant was brought back to the hospital and put on a ventilator, but
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