Category: Preet Mandir – child trafficking

Preet Mandir adoptions: NGOs forward objections to CARA

Date:  2010-10-20 Source: http://www.indianexpress.com Fifteen days after the Bombay High Court passed an order directing Central Adoption Resource Agency (CARA) to process the adoption applications of 18 children in Preet Mandir, voluntary organisations Sakhi and Advait Foundation have forwarded their objections to CARA.

Busy with Bombay high court case, Pune home denies care to child

Source: http://www.dnaindia.com  Published: Tuesday, Sep 21, 2010, 0:10 IST Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Pune’s contentious adoption home Preet Mandir has challenged the revocation of its licence before the Bombay high court. However, while the decision for the adoption centre may go either way, a one-year-old girl with special needs is being denied parental care… Read more »

Adoption agency seeks HC nod to process pending cases

Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com Swati Deshpande, TNN, Sep 21, 2010, 04.25am IST MUMBAI: The Central Adoption and Resource Agency (CARA), the governing agency that looks into the adoption process in India, filed an application before the Bombay HC on Monday, seeking permission to process the 17 pending cases of inter-country adoption.

Preet Mandir: mother says gave child for institutional care, not adoption

Source: http://legallykidnapped.blogspot.com 20 August 2010 An HIV positive woman from Pune has approached the Child Welfare Committee (CWC), alleging that her 11-year-old child was given up for adoption from Preet Mandir even as she had not relinquished the child. The CWC will submitting the affidavit to the CBI for further investigation. The woman said she… Read more »

CBI: Preet Mandir funds used to buy diamond necklace, pay hotel bills

Source: http://www.indianexpress.com 14 August 2010 The special court in Pune on Friday remanded Joginder Singh Bhasin, the managing trustee of Preet Mandir, in judicial custody. Additional sessions judge J D Kulkarni passed the order. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had arrested 71-year-old Bhasin on Monday in Belapur, Navi Mumbai, in connection with the adoption… Read more »

Adoption racket: managing trustee held

Source: http://www.indianexpress.com Posted: Wed Aug 11 2010 Preet mandir : Bhasin carged with forgery, kidnapping 1 The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) arrested Joginder Singh Bhasin (71), managing trustee of Preet Mandir, on Monday in Belapur and charged him with forgery, cheating, kidnapping and misappropriation of funds amounting to Rs 25.7 lakh.

Bail plea of Preet Mandir managing trustee rejected

Source: http://www.indianexpress.com Posted: Tue Aug 03 2010 Additional Sessions Judge SS Gharge rejected the anticipatory bail petition of Preet Mandir managing trustee Joginder Singh Bhasin on Friday. The CBI had registered a case in May this year against Bhasin and some state government officials for their alleged involvement in an inter-country adoption racket. Following the… Read more »

“Yo quería que estudiaran, no darlas en adopción”

Source: http://periodismohumano.com Las niñas fueron declaradas en situación de abandono y poco después enviadas a España En 2008, la Comunidad de Madrid le retiró a Niños sin Fronteras la licencia para tramitar adopciones con Nepal La policía india investiga al jefe de Preet Mandir y a las autoridades locales por varios delitos, entre ellos el… Read more »

Fragen nicht erwünscht

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. 

Vegetable vendor’s plea moves apex court

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.