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Nearly 30 per cent women in Madhya Pradesh are not aware of the methods of contraception, claims an organisation engaged i
The US has assured India of working with all agencies to ensure "speedy justice" to the Indian-American victims of b
Swaddled in colourful hijabs the women exchange puzzled looks and suppress embarrassed giggles. "You're sure it's halal?"
China's new policy to permit two children, ending the one child policy this year is resulting in discrimination of w
India needs to significantly increase the budget for the family planning sector, else it may fall short of the commitment
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said today that family planning and contraception were not for Muslim families, in
Pakistan has banned airing advertisements of contraceptives on television and radio after complaints that such "undesired"
Union Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptullah today advocated small families with two children, days after her colleague
Seeking to offer women a broader basket of choice for family planning, the government has introduced a mix of contraceptiv
Maharashtra government has invited suggestions from both government and private In-Vitro Fertility (IVF) centres to streng
No, it is not the result of a new Moods survey.
It is Ms Pamela Anderson -- writing to Mumbai municipal commissioner.
"I was very concerned to learn from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA ) that dogs that live on the streets of Mumbai may be caught and cruelly destroyed," she wrote in her letter to the commissioner.
She apparently learnt of the dogs' plight after Mumbai's High Court recently
said stray dogs should be killed as they were a "permanent nuisance"
to the public.