The next generation of Indian mothers is taking birth control pills and is doing it without taking them to make sure they are safe.

They are also putting a lot of energy into their babies and trying to improve their health.

This is the story of two moms, Jaundice and K.P. Dharashekar, who are both taking birthcontrol pills in India and making an impact.

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The Indian Supreme Court has ruled that the country cannot outlaw a birth control method that has no known side effects.

There is no such thing as a free pass, and if there is a reason for a child’s birth, it has to be taken into consideration.

“It’s important that you understand that we have been taking birth prevention pills for the last 10 years.

We don’t want to cause any problem for our girls.

We have no reason to think that this is an issue,” says K.K. Dhanush, the founder of Indica Women, a women empowerment NGO.

The NGO also conducts a study on birth control for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

The NGO started a campaign for birth control at the age of 13, which is why the slogan, “Birth control is the answer” was born.

Today, the campaign has been growing in India, and is growing by leaps and bounds.

It has been estimated that the NGO has over 3,000 supporters across India, mostly women.

The campaign has also seen the birth of a new baby girl.

The campaign was launched in April 2017, with the goal of raising awareness about birth and the birth control in India.

“I was born in 1996 and since then, I have been using birth control,” says Jaundic, who is currently married to a senior doctor.

“The campaign has helped me to realize that I am an equal partner in this family.

We can take care of the babies and make sure that they are happy and healthy.”

Jaundic and her husband are proud of their accomplishments.

“We want to make a difference in the lives of the people.

We hope that this will help the society,” says her husband.

“I think that the government should take responsibility and make a decision on this issue.

There are many people in the country who are taking the birth-control pills, but we are the ones who are doing it ourselves,” she says.

It is a tradition that India’s parents are taking birth-contraception pills to make their kids happy.

But what are the risks?

“When the pills are given to women, there is usually a slight risk of bleeding.

It is very hard to be pregnant in a hospital,” says Dharash.

“You have to use the pill on the spot or use a doctor’s prescription,” she adds.

In addition, some people are afraid that the pill might cause side effects like high blood pressure, which are also common with birth control.

“It is important that women are aware of the side effects and avoid taking it.

It’s a matter of personal choice,” says M.K.(K.P.)

Dharaseshekar has not taken birth control since the age 10 years and believes that her baby is not ready for sex yet.

“A baby is a precious gift from the parents, so it’s important for them to take care and make it happen as soon as possible,” says the 29-year-old mother.

“There are many women in the world who are on birth-preventing pills, and some of them are actually getting pregnant, so why not make sure our babies are happy?”