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Mar 14, 2018
'Never forget Aruna Shanbaug': Pinki Virani hails SC upholding passive euthanasia ruling, says time law caught up with societyFirstpost spoke to Pinki Virani, whose 2009 PIL as the "next friend" of nurse Aruna Shanbaug resulted in the passive euthanasia judgment in 2011.
Jul 22, 2017
Surrogacy Regulation Bill: It's a shame and a sham that this crucial legislation is mired in delaysThe Rajya Sabha Standing Committee tasked to study the contours of the controversial Surrogacy Regulation Bill, 2016, has again delayed the submission of its report
Mar 05, 2017
Pinki Virani on commercial surrogacy: 'Worst kind of patriarchy posing as pro-woman choice'In an interview with Firstpost, Pinki Virani speaks about her new book 'Politics of the Womb' and the un-discussed side of commercial surrogacy and IVF
May 18, 2016
Euthanasia debate: Precedents prove that Indians need the right to die with dignityDespite the euthanasia debate, fact is that historically, India is no stranger to the right to die; in fact, opting to die is an act of honour.
May 16, 2016
Pinki Virani asks for passive euthanasia law to be renamed The Aruna ActResponding to the Union Ministry’s call for public comments on the proposed passive euthanasia law, Pinki Virani has requested it be titled The Aruna Act
May 18, 2015
Timeline of a tragic life: After 42 years of being comatose, Aruna Shanbaug passes awayTimeline of a tragic life: After 42 years of being comatose, Aruna Shanbaug passes away
Mar 01, 2014
Welcome if SC gives legal clarity on euthanasia: Pinki ViraniFirstpost spoke to social activist and award-winning author Pinki Virani, whose petition to grant euthansia to her friend Aruna Shanbaug led to the 2011 Supreme Court judgment on euthanasia
Nov 20, 2013
President shouldn't pardon paedophile murderers, says PILThe power of Presidential pardon must be applied only in the rarest of rare cases, and must be exercised under a set of definite legal principles, the PIL contends.