Really, just another hodgepodge of links. I don't know why there are so many related articles these days!
First, an Indian doctor was sentenced to two years in prison for using an ultrasound to determine the sex of a fetus. The law was passed years ago in order to combat sex selective abortions, which were common in India.
The BBC is continuing its series on birth rates in Europe, today, focusing on Poland. Poland is a highly Catholic and somewhat traditional country (see previous post on Polish abortion law) which makes it surprising that the birth rate isn't higher there. The article again cites the high education levels women are achieveing in Poland as well as the shift to a market economy, as reasons for this low birth rate.
Also, I found this contraception page on MSNBC. Most of the story centers around pills, but really, if you read through the whole thing, it touches on everything except sterilization.