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World population Day: Here's why family planning matters

World population Day: Here's why family planning matters

Family planning not only helps in curbing growing population, but also provides many benefits to the mother, father, children and the family.

Government to provide 'free condoms' in high-fertility districts

Government to provide 'free condoms' in high-fertility districts

The initiative will be rolled out in 146 districts across seven high-focus states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Assam, where fertility rate is believed to be 3 or more.

Fight against HIV/AIDS: India's first free condom store launched – This is how you can order from  #FreeCondomStore

Fight against HIV/AIDS: India's first free condom store launched – This is how you can order from #FreeCondomStore

On its 10th anniversary, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) launched India's first 'Free Condom Store', under which individuals, NGOs, government, private institutions and community-based organisations can order as many condoms as they want. 

Birth control pills, condom use on the rise in India: Survey

Birth control pills, condom use on the rise in India: Survey

Despite 45% of users knowing the side-effects of modern methods, there has been a rise in the use of pills.

How delayed pregnancies beat sterilisation as a family-planning tool

In India, mothers aged below 20 years face 1.5 times the risk of losing their baby as compared with women aged 20 to 29.
 

Sri Lanka aims to be HIV free by 2030

Sri Lanka aims to be HIV free by 2030

 Sri Lanka is making timely interventions in its efforts to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030, as part of the Sustainable Development Goals, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) said on Thursday.

Five contraceptive methods you should know about!

India is predicted to overtake China as the world's most populous nation by 2050.

BJP MLA pulled up by Amit Shah for 'condoms and obscene dance in JNU' remarks

 The BJP MLA who stoked controversy alleging that JNU was a hub of sex and drugs where over 3,000 used condoms and 2,000 liquor bottles were found daily, has been pulled up by party chief Amit Shah, as per a media report.

This is why #BJPCountsCondoms is trending on Twitter

 BJP MLA from Ramgarh in Rajasthan’s Alwar district, Gyandev Ahuja courted controversy when he said that daily 3,000 used condoms, 500 used abortion injections, 10,000 cigarette 'pieces' among other things were found at JNU.

'JNU students indulge in sex and booze, go naked on campus'

'JNU students indulge in sex and booze, go naked on campus'

BJP MLA Gyandev Ahuja also alleged that some “3,000 condoms and anti-pregnancy injections are used daily” in the JNU campus.

Stripper poles, sex toys, condoms on display as museum celebrates Thai sex industry

Stripper poles, sex toys, condoms on display as museum celebrates Thai sex industry

The museum named “This is Us” is run by a 68-year-old woman called Chantawipa Apisuk. 

Using condoms: The Indian dilemma- Watch video

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: Condoms and contraceptives are till date considered taboo in the 21st century. People still have a different perception regarding it.

Here is a video where people are asked to utter the word ‘condom’ and show how to wear one.

Phone app helps British teens find free condoms

Though there are no restrictions on who can download it, but to get free condoms, users have to be aged between 13 and 19.