INDIA. FAMILY PLANNING. FROM TOP OR FROM BOTTOM?
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INDIA. FAMILY PLANNING. FROM TOP OR FROM BOTTOM?
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46-51
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In the article the regional aspects of Indian population policy are discussed. The necessity of developing a specific Indian model taking into account the regional imbalances is underlined. The main directions of the demographic policy in India on the state and regional levels are considered.
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Indian population policy, family planning
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01.07.2013
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