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Abortion: India’s Supreme Court says amended law also covers single women

Abortions have been legal in India since 1971, but over the years authorities have put in place strict rules about who can terminate a pregnancy due to the abortions of millions of female fetuses, leading to a horribly skewed gender ratio. in the country. Traditionally, Indians have shown a preference for sons over daughters.

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