Source: www.timesnow.tv 21 Mar 2010, 0932 hrs IST
Category: Parents Assistance Project
Source: www.timesnow.tv 19 Mar 2010, 1232 Over the last few days TIMES NOW has been bringing you a series of investigative reports on the rampant ‘sale’ of poor Indian children to foreign couples. For the Rollings of Australia, it was a shocker when they discovered eight years after they adopted 2 Indian children that they… Read more »
Source: http://www.timesnow.tv/articleshow/4340846.cms 18 Mar 2010, 0845 hrs IST For over two years now, Jennifer Haynes has been languishing in Mumbai away from her family in the USA. In her 24 years, Jennifer has seen far more of the cruel world than her peers. Entrusted to a children’s home at a tender age to get an… Read more »
March 18, 2010 By Karyn S. Schiller Filed under: Immigration Law The approximately 700 pages of documents that I received in response to the Freedom of Information Request filed with USCIS on Jennifer Haynes’ behalf have turned out to be a gold mine of information. The biggest nugget of them all was the Indian baptismal… Read more »
Source: http://www.timesnow.tv/Children-or-commodities/articleshow/4340812.cms 17 Mar 2010, 1840 hrs IST 18 year old Anisha Mortel lives all alone in Germany. Abandoned by her foster parents after they separated, Anisha came to India in search of her biological mother who claims her daughter was sold off by a children’s home who had stolen her. TIMES NOW investigates the… Read more »
Date: 2010-03-05 Source: www.bayerische-staatszeitung.de Nicht immer läuft bei Auslandsadoptionen alles rechtlich einwandfrei ab – das belegen auch Schicksale von in Bayern aufgewachsenen Kindern Die Zustände in vielen Kinderheimen in Schwellen- und Entwicklungsländern sind erbärmlich. Ob Adoptionen ins Ausland der richtige Lösungsweg sind, ist jedoch äußerst umstritten.
Source: www.abc.net.au Broadcast: 24/02/2009 Reporter: Sally Sara What would you do if you discovered your adopted children were stolen and trafficked, and not willingly given up by their parents, as you’d believed?
Source: http://news.webindia123.com New Delhi |Monday, 2010 11:05:12 AM IST The Supreme Court has sought the Maharashtra government’s response to a lawsuit filed by a vegetable vendor accusing a Pune-based private trust of selling her two granddaughters to a Spanish couple under the garb of adoption.
Source: www.dnaindia.com DNA Tuesday, February 9, 2010 Twenty-one years after 85-year-old Clarice D’souza gave away Jennifer Haynes, 28, in adoption to US national George Hancox, she filed an affidavit in the Bombay high court, stating that she could not disclose the identity of her biological mother. Haynes was deported to India owing to incomplete adoption… Read more »
Source: www.theaustralian.com.au/ Rory Callinan From: The Australian November 06, 2009 12:48AM INDIAN authorities have failed to launch any investigation into how two stolen children were adopted in Australia despite being given documentary evidence last year proving the siblings were trafficked.