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aaranmcguire
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^ There is no strict policies that reaches layman but the recent 30-40 years of awareness and life style changes helped reduction of growth. Probably it can be called ‘controlled’ only after 30-40 years from now :D
How can you enforce an “x children policy”? :-/

I would guess when getting the birth certificate? or when your taking birth.

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wpthemers
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^ There is no strict policies that reaches layman but the recent 30-40 years of awareness and life style changes helped reduction of growth. Probably it can be called ‘controlled’ only after 30-40 years from now :D
How can you enforce an “x children policy”? :-/
I would guess when getting the birth certificate? or when your taking birth.
If families followed this policy they received free education, health care, pensions and family benefits. These are taken away if the couple have more than one child. That’s how.

However, India’s population growth rate is slowing. This is particularly the case in the southern state of Kerala. In Kerala there have been a number of initiatives to reduce population growth which includes educating women and making birth control widely available.

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Crakken
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Oh.. MySpace still exists?

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