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Rajitha Kunchala, who is six months pregnant, with her eldest daughter, Sivaprasanna, 6.

'Girl deficit' grows in India

10 million female fetuses aborted, a study estimates

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / January 10, 2006

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HYDERABAD, India -- Rajitha Kunchala, the mother of three girls, aborted her fetus more than a year ago after a doctor using ultrasound images found abnormalities, but Kunchala said she would have gotten an abortion anyway -- because she was going to have a girl. (Full article: 1321 words)

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