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15 Years Ago

Soma Wadhwa and others, on the trend of having one child: “It’s bizarre, this huge pressure to keep breeding in an overpopulated country bursting at its seams! As if Indians are on the verge of extinction. Sundry relatives, the landlady, even the cleaning bai, have by turns suggested we have another child!” guffaws Chinmay Lahiri, doting father to a nine-year-old. Much less amused at being asked to procreate by random strangers, his wife Suparna uses a curt reply she’s honed over the years. http://bit.ly/1BQ7Pfq

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