The Irish public health watchdog has announced that it has launched a probe into the death of pregnant Indian woman Savita Halappanavar.
With an Indian dentist`s tragic death igniting protests over right to abortion in Ireland, Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny has said he is awaiting a report by an expert group on the issue but will not be rushed into an immediate decision.
National Commission for Women would take up with External Affairs Ministry death of Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar in Ireland after doctors refused abortion saying it was a `Catholic country`.
It`s time for us to "stop talking and legislate", said an Irish Senator Ivana Bacik, who described death of Indian Savita Halappanavar due to refusal of abortion in Ireland as a wake-up call.
India on Thursday said the "tragic death" of an Indian woman in Ireland who was denied abortion was a "matter of concern".
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