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Caleb, Leila E and Townsend, John W. The Lactational Amenorrhoea Method For Birth Spacing in Uttar Pradesh, India. Population Council, Operations Research and Technical Assistance Project, 1996.

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Contraceptives: Our Choices, Their choices. Forum for Women's Health. IN Our Lives Our Health, edited by Dr. Malini Karkal. Co-ordination Unit. World Conference on women - Beijing. Aug 1995 .p.191.

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Malhi, Prahbhjot and Jerath, Jagat. Is Son Preference Constraining Contraceptive Use in India? Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology. 18(2). October 1997. P. 77-92.

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Rao, Mohan. Neo-Eugenics : The Quinacrine Sterilisation of Women in India. Women's Link. 3(3). July-September 1997. P. 12-15.

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