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Tahir Mahmood
POPULATION AND LAW IN INDIA by S. Chandrashekhar Blackie & Sons (India) Ltd, 1977, 275 pp., Price Not Stated
Sept-Oct 1977, volume 2, No 5

In a book on ‘population and law’ the readers should expect an account of where the principles of planned parent­hood and birth control stand in the legal system of the country. In India the most relevant branches of the legal system in this context are obviously the personal laws. Therefore, the primary concern of students of ‘population and law’ in this country is the position of family planning under the personal laws applicable to various sections of the peo­ple.

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