Supreme Court of India legalise passive euthanasia, sets guidelines
In a landmark verdict the Supreme Court allowed passive euthanasia while setting down guidelines. The court observed that right to die with dignity is a fundamental right. A Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra said that passive euthanasia is permissible as also advance directive of a person refusing life support treatment in case it is determined that s/he couldn't be revived. Watch this video to know more about the news.