Category: Nagarani – kidnapped children

Continuation “DNA case” Indian couple

Zwolle-Lelystad, 23 June 2010 – Today, the three-judge family section of the District Court of Zwolle-Lelystad proceeded behind closed doors with the hearing of the request filed by the Indian couple in the “DNA case”. For further information about this case please be referred to the press releases issued by the court on 11 June… Read more »

Indiase ouders ‘Rahul’ doen aangifte van kidnapping

Source: De zaak rond het geroofde adoptiekind ‘Rahul’ krijgt een nieuwe wending: het Indiase echtpaar dat claimt dat ze de biologische ouders van de jongen zijn, stappen naar de politie om aangifte te doen van kidnapping.

Chennai couple seek embassy help in fight over boy

Source: Chennai: The Netherlandsbased organisation Against Child Trafficking,which is helping Nagarani Kathirvel to fight the case,claiming that a 12-year-old boy is her son,wrote to the the ambassador to the Netherlands,Manbir Singh,and urged the Indian mission to take up the issue. Kathirvel and Nagarani fear that their interests may not be given equal weight and request… Read more »

Ouders eisen via DNA-test kind ’terug’

Source: NEDERLAND 5 JUNI 2010 Iris Pronk De uitvoering van een DNA-test in een laboratorium in Leiden. © ANP reacties (18) print stuur artikel door Indiase ouders eisen voor de rechter een DNA-test, om vast te stellen of hun geroofde zoon door Nederlandse ouders is geadopteerd. Zo ja, dan willen ze persoonlijk contact met… Read more »

Mother fights to meet son 11 years after his kidnap

This article was published on June 6th, in The Sunday Times. An Indian mother faces a heart-wrenching court battle in Holland to gain access to her 12-year-old son, whom she alleges was kidnapped as a baby then adopted by an unsuspecting Dutch couple.

A Chennai slum dweller’s fight for her Dutch son

Source: Times of India Jaya Menon, TNN, May 28, 2010, 03.15am IST CHENNAI: On June 15, when Nagarani Kathirvel leaves the squalor of a Chennai slum for the first time and appears in a court hall in Zwolle-Lelystad in the Netherlands, she would still be a long way from the end of her bitter, traumatic… Read more »

Manager held in child kidnap racket

Source: Date: 2005-05-29 CHENNAI: The Central Crime Branch of the city police on Saturday arrested Somasundaram (48), Manager, Malaysian Social Services, near his residence in Koyambedu. The arrest was made by a team headed by Augustine Daniels, Assistant Commissioner of Police. Mr. Somasundaram was charged with signing fake documents pertaining to about 40 children… Read more »

‘OM moet eigen onderzoek doen in adoptiezaken’

door Jolande van der Graaf Telegraaf, 28 mei 2007 AMSTERDAM – Het openbaar ministerie dient een diepgravend onderzoek te openen naar mogelijke strafbare praktijken door adoptiebureau Meiling en naar de rol van justitieambtenaren in het schandaal rond de Indiase kinderen. Dat zeggen strafrechtdeskundigen die de zaak op verzoek van De Telegraaf hebben bestudeerd. Minister Hirsch… Read more »

Tamil Nadu is home to adoption rackets and child-labour gangs

Source: CHENNAI, FEBRUARY 15 2007 : • When E Kathirvel and Nagarani, pavement- dwellers in Pulianthope, woke up on an October morning in 1999, they found their 18 month-old son Sateesh missing. On May 3, 2005, police located the boy. But he had been legally adopted by the Bisessars, a Dutch couple, who had named… Read more »