Protests held in Bangalore on second death anniversary of Savita Halappanavar

Scores of protesters took to the streets in Bangalore to mark the second death anniversary of Savita Halappanavar, who was denied an abortion in Ireland in 2012.

`Pregnant suicidal Irish women denied abortion right`

In new guidelines by the Irish government, pregnant women could be denied having an abortion even at suicide risk after conceiving as a result of rape or incest.

Savita effect: Ireland`s President signs first abortion bill into law

Ireland`s President Michael D Higgins signed into law the Government`s Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill.

Ireland passes legislation to allow abortion in limited cases

Irish lawmakers overwhelmingly backed a groundbreaking law that would allow abortion in limited cases in the predominantly Catholic country, following an outcry over the tragic death of an Indian dentist after a miscarriage.

Irish abortion bill: Lawmaker sorry for forcing woman onto his lap during debate

Irish lawmakers resumed discussion on controversial new abortion legislation after failing to go to a final vote.

Cascade of errors caused Savita`s death: Report

A cascade of errors and uncertainty about the law on abortion contributed largely to the tragic death of Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar at an Irish hospital last year, according to an official enquiry report.

Irish hospital failed to adequately assess Savita

An Irish hospital staff failed to adequately assess the condition of Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar and missed an early opportunity to terminate her pregnancy, a key report on her death has said.

Hospital staff failed to adequately assess Savita: Report

Staff at an Irish hospital failed to adequately assess and monitor Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar who died after suffering a miscarriage.

`Report on Savita`s death to be published soon in Ireland`

A key report on Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar`s death in Ireland is set to be published soon.

Savita Halappanavar only maternal death recorded in Ireland in 2012

Ireland, a predominantly Catholic country, has recorded the of Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar as the only maternal casualty in 2012, which a new report has found was not true.

Savita Halappanavar`s family to decide soon on lawsuit

The family of 31-year-old Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar, who died of blood poisoning at a hospital in Ireland last October, will soon decide whether to pursue a case in the European courts.

Savita’s death report nears publication

The long-awaited internal report into the death of Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar in Ireland is likely to be published soon.

Govt to act on people`s wishes: Irish PM on abortion bill

Dismissing concerns expressed by Ireland`s Roman Catholic leaders over a new abortion bill, Prime Minister Enda Kenny has said that it is the government`s responsibility to legislate according to people`s wishes.

Savita death prompts law review in Ireland

The historic new bill, which will have to be passed in both houses of the Irish Parliament, will allow for limited legal termination where there is a threat to the mother`s life.

Savita`s father to sue Irish hospital

The bereaved father of Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar has vowed to take legal action against the Irish hospital.

Savita`s husband likely to pursue her case in European courts

The husband of an Indian dentist, who lost her life after being denied an abortion in Ireland, has indicated that he would consider further action in the case through the courts in Europe.

Savita`s husband likely to pursue her case in European courts

The husband of an Indian dentist, who lost her life after being denied an abortion in Ireland, has indicated that he would consider further action in the case through the courts in Europe.

`Savita Halappanavar died of medical misadventure`

Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar had lost her life after being denied an abortion at a hospital in Ireland.

Savita`s husband `optimistic` as inquest verdict nears

Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar`s husband on Friday said he is hopeful of a fair verdict in the inquest into his wife`s death following a miscarriage last year.

Early abortion may have saved Savita`s life: Expert

An expert witness said that Savita Halappanavar would have survived if her pregnancy had been terminated days before she died of blood poisoning.