A woman in India thought to be in her 70s has given birth to a baby boy
Limb surgery is becoming an increasingly common procedure among middle-class Indians.
Indian immigrants bring sex-selection with them.
If banning them won't work, perhaps making them compulsory will
An attempt to highlight the on-going scandal of gendercide.
It's too late to change the system.
The Indian government has introduced strict new laws that will prohibit foreigners from commissioning Indian women to bear their children.
The devastating earthquake in Nepal last April unearthed the ongoing exploitation of young Indian migrants by surrogacy agents in Kathmandu.
Nepal has become a surrogacy hub.
A recent Vice documentary explores the well-trodden path to shady surrogacy practices in India.
The body of Ashutosh Maharaj lies in refrigeration while his followers wrangle with the courts.
Thirteen women have died following a series of unhygienic sterilisation operations in an Indian birth control clinic.
"Come alone. Leave as a family. Age no bar”
A major report on sex-ratios and abortion in India gives detailed background on the scourge of gendercide.
An innovative doctor wants to set up a baby factory in India.
Medical tourism booms in India,
The Indian surrogacy industry keeps tweaking its product line to keep up with the market. The latest trend to emerge in the media is twiblings – children born at the same time to two surrogate mothers.
The newly formed Indian Society for Third-Party Assisted Reproduction is drafting moral and ethical guidelines for the surrogacy industry.
The Indian Supreme Court has ordered the central government to ensure that the informed consent of any patients in clinical trial be videotaped.
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