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Chakravarty-Bhatkal, S. Who Will Wipe the Tears of Indian Rape Victims? NCAS Advocacy Internet. April 1999. Issue 4. P. 1-4.

Chhabra, P and others. Breast Feeding Patterns in an Urban Resettlement Colony of Delhi.

Chinai, R. Women in India's Conflict Zones Unpublished Article.

Guha, S. From Dias to Doctors: The Medicalisation of Childbirth in Colonial India. IN Understanding Women’s Health Issues : A Reader. Kali. 1998. p. 228.

Jejeebhoy, S J. Associations Between Wife-Beating and Fetal and Infant Death: Impressions from a Survey in Rural India. Studies In Family Planning. Sept. 1998. 29(3). P.300-308.

Karkal, Malini. Reproductive Health and Women: A review of literature. Radical Journal & Health. 1996.2(1).P.54-67.

Latha, K and others. Prevalence of Clinically Detectable Gynaecological Morbidity in India: Results of Four Community Based Studies. The Journal of Family Welfare. Dec 1997. 43(4).p.8-16.

Lingam, L. Introduction in Understanding Women's Health Issues: A Reader / Edited by Lakshmi Lingam. Kali. 1998.p.228.

Rajaretnam, T. How Delaying Marriage and Spacing Births Contributes to Population Control: an explanation with illustrations (Bibliographic information currently unavailable).

Raut, L K. Old-Age Security and Gender Preference Hypotheses: A Duration Analysis of Malaysian Family Life Survery Data. Journal of Qualitative Economics. Jan 1996.12(1). P.81-104.

Shiva, M. For a Sensitive Prescription. Health For Millions. Dec 1990.p.13-15.

Soman, Krisna. Women's Health: Fifty Years of Independence. Women's Link vol.4, no. 2, Apr-June 1998. P. 2-7.

Srinivasan, A. Sexual Harassment. Indian Journal of Gender Studies. 5(1). Jan-June 1998.  .115-125.

Swaminath, Mina. Breast Feeding, the Working and the Law. Centre for Women’s Studies. University of Mysore. May 31, 1993 to June 3, 1993. Vol. 4. P. 63-90.

Swaminath, Mina. The Continuum of Maternity and Child Care Support. Sixth National Conference on Women's Studies. The Dynamics Of the New Economic Policy: Implications for Women. P.186-217.

Ubaidullah, M. Mother's Milk is the Best Milk for Children. IN In Search of Our Bodies edited by Bhate, Kamakshi; Menon, Lakshmi; Gupte, Manisha. Shakti. June 1987. p.9-12. Location: SNDT Churchgate

UNDP/UNFPA/WHO/WORLD BANK: Progress In Human Reproduction Research. Who’s Work in Reproductive Health: The Role of the Special Program. 1997. No.42.

Who Regional Office - S. E. ASIA: Reproductive Health in South-East Asia. A Report prepared by WHO Regional Office of S.E.Asia. 1997.

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