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Adoptee Arun Dohle

Countries: India, Germany Adoption Agency: Kusumabai Motichand Mahila Seva Gram (KMMSG) Arun Dohle was adopted by a German couple in 1974.  He is searching his mother since 1993. As KMMSG refused access to his adoption file, he has petitioned the Indian courts. Related articles:

Adopted in 1973, reunited with mother in 2010

Source: http://www.dnaindia.com Published: Thursday, Nov 18, 2010, 3:50 IST By Mayura Janwalkar | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Mother’s love is the fuel that enables a normal human being to do the impossible. —Marion C. Garretty, American author When Arun Dohle, India-born German national, started on his mission to find his biological mother, it seemed… Weiter »

Looking for you

Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com  Shreya Roy Chowdhury, TNN, Nov 7, 2010, 04.13am IST Aarti would like to meet her birth mother. It can be a secret meeting without the birth mother’s family involved, if that is what the birth mother wishes. Aarti only wants to meet her birth mother — no obligation…“ These three short sentences say it all…. Weiter »

Newspapers reported it wrongly, says KMMSG

Source: http://www.hindu.com ‘Supreme Court did not allow petitioner to seek information‘ It pertains to a case of adoption by a German couple Pune: In a complete turn of events, Pune-based organisation Kusumabai Motichand Mahila Seva Gram (KMMSG), a party to the adoption of Arun Dohle by a German couple, Michel and Gertrude Dohle, has said… Weiter »

SC gets hold of ‘missing’ police report in Dohle case

Source: http://www.dnaindia.com Published: Friday, Aug 13, 2010, 3:51 IST By Rakesh Bhatnagar | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Arun Dohle, an Indian adopted by a German couple 37 years ago, has disputed a police report which omitted the name of NCP leader Sharad Pawar’s brother, Pratap, as having any connection with him. Dohle has been… Weiter »

German seeks Supreme Court help in locating biological Indian mother

Source: http://www.ndtv.com   New Delhi:  Thirty five years after he was adopted by a German couple, the Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to examine the plea of a man claiming to be the offspring of the brother of a union minister seeking a direction to help him locate his biological mother.