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May 11, 2018
Australian scientist David Goodall commits assisted suicide at 104 in Switzerland, listened to Beethoven in final moments104-year-old Australian scientist, David Goodall, on Thursday committed assisted suicide in Switzerland where he went to die after his home country denied him the right to seek help in taking his own life.
Nov 09, 2016
California votes pro-marijuana, Oklahoma for death penalty: How US voters reacted to hot-button issuesUS voters have weighed in on a slew of ballot measures, including several related to marijuana, gun control and the death penalty. Here's a look at how Americans voted on some of these hot-button issues
May 17, 2016
Euthanasia debate: All you need to know about how other countries dealt with 'right to die'All eyes are now on India to see which way it decides on the Euthanasia bill.
May 16, 2016
Euthanasia debate: Relieving a human life from agony is not HimsaMK Gandhi upheld the idea that if a life is in pain, it is not wrong to put it out of its agony and misery.
May 16, 2016
Euthanasia debate: Removing choice reduces us into pawns in the hands of state agenciesEuthanasia or the right to die with dignity is an intimate decision that should be left to the choice of the individual and not government or state agencies
May 20, 2015
Aruna Shanbaug's death makes for a powerful case for legalising active euthanasiaThe case of Aruna Shanbaug, who died today after 42 years in a brain-dead condition, strengthens the case for a sensible law on passive and assisted suicide. India should not dodge the issue any more
Jun 25, 2014
Euthanasia debate in EU set to widen as Britain's top court rules against banA European court ordered French doctors to continue treatment for a comatose patient while Britain's Supreme Court on Wednesday said that a ban on assisted suicide was incompatible with human rights.