Keyword : Euthanasia

Of course, allow right to die for the terminally ill

On February 16 last year, my father went for a routine medical check-up as he was not keeping well. The doctor said he needed to be hospitalised. That evening our life began to fall apart.

Next, active euthanasia

The supreme court allowing passive euthanasia is a first step that takes us towards dignity in death. It opens up an option for people who are alive only because the ventilator has n

Excerpts from supreme court verdict on passive euthanasia

The supreme court on Friday allowed passive euthanasia and living will. Here are the highlights of the judgment by a bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra.

The law, dignity and death

The supreme court’s recent ruling on the right of a person to make a ‘living will’ has underlined the inevitable. The petition, filed by registered society Common Cause, was about

The will to die

Death is an inevitable consequence of birth and evokes as much a sense of mystery as it inspires awe and fear. In the Kathopanishad, Nachiketa considers knowledge of death and the beyond as the onl

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