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State clampdown on illegal pre-natal tests may improve the child sex ratio.

Rajasthan, where the child sex ratio plunged from 954 in 1981 to just 888 in 2011, may be witnessing a happy turnaround, thanks to the collective efforts of the state's health authorities and police supported by the courts.

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