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Doomed in the womb?
Is the fall in the number of girl children closely linked to the declining sex ratio at birth resulting from female foeticide? Asha Krishnakumar on the situation in the four southern States.
What the law says
Legislation is a necessary but not a sufficient condition to enhance sex ratios.
Bitten by the bug?
There is a view that Kerala may no longer be an exception to the worsening gender bias in India. R. Krishnakumar reports.
Putting up a fight
By Ramya Kannan
IN MANY villages of Tamil Nadu, a quiet revolution is on. The agents of change have been women who have networked themselves into self-help groups. In batches, they have gone from thatched hut to pucca house, campaigning for the right to ...
Cashing in on desperation
Despite the official crackdown, misuse of pre-natal diagnostic techniques is rampant in parts of Karnataka, says Sahana Charan.
Nothing has changed in the Congress
By Inder Malhotra
To the exclusion of almost every other subject of importance, Delhi has been discussing, with much surprise and dismay, the Congress' self-inflicted wounds in the national capital. For this, there are good reasons. All through the recent ...
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