The Constitutional Aspects of Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Technologies in India

  • Esha Jain
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  • Esha Jain

    Student at School of Law, Devi Ahilaya Vishwavidhalaya Indore, M.P, India

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This research paper explores the constitutional dimensions surrounding reproductive rights and the use of reproductive technology in India. The constitutional framework performs a pivotal role in shaping the discourse on reproductive rights, encompassing issues that include autonomy, privacy, and gender equality. The paper delves into the ancient improvement of reproductive rights within the Indian constitutional context, highlighting key criminal milestones and judicial interpretations. The examination also examines the constitutional challenges and debates surrounding the software of reproductive technologies, which includes assisted reproductive technology (ART) Analyzing applicable constitutional provisions, landmark court docket selections, and legislative tendencies, the research objectives are to provide a comprehensive understanding of how the Indian Constitution addresses the complexities of reproductive rights and technology. Furthermore, the paper explores the intersectionality of reproductive rights with broader constitutional concepts, including the proper to lifestyles, liberty, and equality. It investigates the evolving nature of reproductive rights jurisprudence in India and its effect on societal attitudes and policy formulations. By synthesizing legal doctrines, constitutional provisions, and societal implications, this study contributes to the continued discourse on reproductive rights and technologies in India. It offers insights into the constitutional framework's role in shaping legal guidelines and guidelines associated with reproductive health, family-making plans, and the ethical use of reproductive technology. This observation's goal is to inform policymakers, legal scholars, and the overall public about the constitutional intricacies surrounding reproductive rights and technologies inside the Indian context.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 451 - 468


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