Savita's husband unhappy with delay in report into her death - 4 months ago
Chairman of Health Service Executive asks him to wait till the end of January, possibly February.
Activist begins Indo-Pak peace journey through 21 countries - 5 months ago
A young British Pakistani community activist on Wednesday began a road journey through 21 countries to emphasise the need for peace between India and Pakistan.
Pregnant women who are ill entitled to 2nd opinion: Irish govt - 5 months ago
The Irish government has told the Council of Europe that any seriously ill woman who is pregnant and her request for a termination is refused, is entitled to a second medical opinion.
Savita Halappanavar's family to take case to European court of Human Rights - 5 months ago
Praveen Halappanavar's solicitor said he was identifying a team of junior and senior counsel for the action, because the health minister did not agree to a public inquiry into the circumstances of her death.
Third Indian-origin man charged with attacking KS Brar in UK - 5 months ago
36-year-old Dilbag Singh was charged with wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm to Brar.
Keith Vaz named most influential Asian in UK - 5 months ago
the Indian-origin Labour MP feature ahead in the list which includes includes the likes of steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal, the billionaire Hinduja Brothers and leading NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul.
Ireland to go ahead with its inquiry into Savita's death - 5 months ago
Irish minister for health James Reilly said he had a duty of care to women to ensure there were not any unsafe practices in Galway University Hospital, where 31-year-old Savita died last month.
Savita's husband demands 'full public inquiry' into her death - 5 months ago
Praveen Halappanavar, Savita's husband, said he had no faith in Ireland's health service executive.
'Devastatingly tragic' Savita case was not about abortion: Ireland's bishops - 5 months ago
Ireland's Catholic bishops have said that the church 'has never taught that the life of a child in the womb should be preferred to that of a mother'.
Malala Yousufzai stable, making good progress: Doctors - 6 months ago
Pakistan's teenage rights activist, who was grievously injured after being shot in the head by the Taliban, is stable and making good progress, doctors treating her at a UK hospital said.