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SC not keen on admitting PIL on two-child norm

IndiaTimes Saturday, 1 October 2022
Observing that the judiciary can't resolve all the problems in society, the Supreme Court on Friday expressed its reservation in entertaining a PIL seeking enforcement of the two-child norm to control population growth in the country.
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