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Mumbai News | mid-day.com | Wednesday October 14, 2015
When Ramlal Pal and his nine-months pregnant wife Sudevi boarded a train from Kalyan to head to KEM Hospital, little did they know that their first child would be born in the same train. Sudevi was writhing in pain as she went into labour while the train was in motion.
Bhopal News | Reported by Siddharth Ranjan Das; Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Tuesday January 20, 2015
A young woman named Roobina was forced to deliver her baby on a pavement today in Bhopal because she was not able to pay the Rs 1,000 bribe allegedly demanded at a government hospital. The baby boy died minutes after being born at 10 am.
World News | Reuters | Wednesday November 20, 2013
Saudi Arabia's crackdown on foreign workers has thrown millions of lives into turmoil and caused rioting in big cities, but the economy should benefit in the long run as Saudi nationals fill the gaps and cut their dependence on the state.
Mumbai News | mid-day.com | Thursday July 12, 2012
While most citizens complain of aches and pains in their back owing to the potholed roads in Mumbai, there is one woman who was rid of her labour pain thanks to the bumpy ride. On Wednesday morning, 22-year-old Paru Ratan Charan, a resident of Dudhnaka, Ulhasnagar, went into labour. She then immediately left for the hospital with a relative and fou...
Bangalore News | Press Trust of India | Monday April 23, 2012
A woman died after delivering a baby boy in a park in Kamalanagar area on Sunday due to suspected excessive bleeding, police said. They said the woman came to the park near her house along with her two children, who wanted to play there. She suddenly developed labour pain and delivered the baby. Passersby on hearing her cries, rushed her to a hosp...
Mumbai News | mid-day.com | Saturday April 9, 2011
When a 24-week pregnant woman boarded a Kolkata-bound flight on Friday morning little did she know that she would experience the bliss of motherhood while cruising at the height of 25,000 feet.Chitra Raghav boarded a Spiceject flight along with her husband and 180 fellow passengers.But when the flight was about to reach Kolkata she stared wailing a...