This chapter discusses the newer contraceptive technologies that have been tested and available in private sector but not in the public sector, thereby denying them to the poor who largely rely on the public sector. It devotes some space on the debate on resistance to hormonal methods such as injectables that are widely accepted in several countries and examine the reasons for resistance for introducing them in our public health system. The chapter explores some of the older methods that were part of India's family planning programme in the past and their potential for renewed acceptability by the clients. Finally, it also discusses the contribution of organizations like Population Foundation of India and other biomedical research organizations in providing support or conducting basic research on contraceptives within India that have helped to extend the frontiers of knowledge.