Passive euthanasia: Supreme court removes red tape, sets 48-hour timeframe
Earlier, passive euthanasia was a three-tier process and cumbersome for all involved
What ails the 'right' to die with dignity?
Many questions and doubts remain even when one is legally bound to respect the living will of a terminally ill patient
SC allows passive euthanasia, gives verdict in favour of right to die with dignity
The debate, as to whether individuals should have the right to die with dignity, gained prominence in the light of increasing long-term morbidity
Health ministry invites comments on draft Bill on passive euthanasia
The Bill says that competent patients, including minors aged above 16 years, can express the desire of euthanasia to medical practitioners