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A Select Bibliography on Population Policies and Reproductive Rights. Social Change. September-December 1996, 26(3 and 4).p.286-290.

Amin, S and Hossain, S. Women's Reproductive Rights and the Politics of Fundamentalism. Women in Action. No. 1, 1997.

Berer, Marge and others. Fundamentalism, Women's Empowerment and Reproductive Rights. Reproductive Health Matters.

Carlson, Margaret Catley. Population Policies and Reproduction Rights - Always in Conflict?. Social Change. Sept.-Dec. 1994. 24(3and4). P.3-12.

Chinai, R. There Is No One to Hear. Unpublished Article.

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 Unpublished Article.

Datta, Bishakhra and Misra, Geetanjali. Advocacy for Reproductive Health and Women's Empowerment in India. A Ford Foundation Report, 1997.

Dietrich, Gabriele. Reconstructing Sexual Relations. IN In Search of Our Bodies: A Feminist Look at Women, Health and Reproduction in India /Edited by Bhate, Kamakshi; Menon, Lakshmi; Gupte, Manisha et al. Shakti. June 1987. P. 113.

Goswami, P K. The Cut and Dump Approach: Inhuman Tubectomy Camp.  Health for Millions. June 1994. 20(3). P.39-40.

Hari, M. Modernisation, Status of Women, and Fertility. The Journal of Family Welfare. June 1991. 37(2). p. 62-67.

Karkal, Malini. Family Planning and the Reproductive Rights of Women. IN Understanding Women's Health Issues: A Reader /Edited by Lakshmi Lingam. 1998. p.228.

Karkal, Malini. Norplant - A Long Acting Contraceptive Implant: A Critical Review. A Booklet published by Malini Karkal.

Karkal, Malini. Occupational and Health Rights of Women and Legal Protection. Paper Presented at the Symposium on Women's Rights at the Workplace: the Emerging Challenges and Legal Interventions held at TISS, Deonar, 27th to 29th February 1996.

Karkal, Malini. Population Control: State Sponsored Violence Against Women. International Conference on Preventing Violence, Caring for Survivors: Role of health profession and services in violence. Nov 28-30, 1998. YMCA, Mumbai. p.88-94.

Karkal, Malini. Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health of Women. IN Studies in Social Demography. Edited by J.P.Singh. M.D.Publication Pvt Ltd, New Delhi.p.342.

Karkal, Malini. Women's sexuality dominated by men. Issues in Medical Ethics. April-Jun 1996. 4(2).p.44-45.

Lingam, Lakshmi. Reproductive Rights and More. Radical Journal of Health. 1995.1(2).P.136-144.

Mukhopadhyay, S and Savitri, R. Economic Development, Population Policy and Reproductive Choice. Poverty, Gender and Reproductive Choice: An Analysis of Linkages. Chpter 1. Manohar 1998.p.126.

Pine, Rachel N and Sylvia A. Law. Principles governing Reproductive Freedom. The Lawyers. November 1993.8(10).P.13-15.

Saha, K B and Chatterjee, U (SAHA). Reproductive Rights in Contraceptive Practices. Health for Millions. Sept-Oct 1998.p.31-32.

Sen, Gita and Barroso, Carmen. After Cairo: Challenges to Women's Organizations. Workshop on Reproduction Health, Rights and Women's Empowerment. Center for Development Studies. Sept 4-14, 1996.

Serour, Gamal I. Reproductive Choice: A Muslim Perspective. IN The Future of Human Reproduction: Ethics, Choice and Regulation edited by John Harris and Soren Holm. Clarendon Press 1998. P. 191-202.

Upadhyada, P. Women and Abortion Rights in Nepal. International Conference on Preventing Violence, Caring for Survivors: Role of Health Profession and Services in Violence. Nov 28-30, 1998. p.124-126.

Van Hollen, C. Moving Targets: Routine IUD Insertion in Maternity Wards in Tamil Nadu, India. Reproductive Health Matters. May 1998. 6(11).p.98-105.

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