Kategorie: Lokhande – missing grandchildren

Grandmother Kisabai Lokhande

Grandmother Kisabai Lokhande placed her two grandchildren in for temporary care, education and protection in the Observation Home Satara (boarding school). From there the girls were transferred to the children home Preet Mandir in Pune.  From there the two grandchildren were, without their grandmother’s consent or knowledge, given to adoptive parents in Spain the mediation of… Weiter »

Grandmother’s investigation plea against Preet Mandir dismissed

Date: 2012-01-05 Source: http://epaper.timesofindia.com Asseem Shaikh TNN Pune: A special court’s refusal on Tuesday to issue direction to the Central Bureau of Investigation to further probe into the inter-country adoption racket, involving the city-based Preet Mandir, has left a 70-year-old woman distressed in her fight against the adoption centre to get back her two granddaughters. Kisabai Tulsiram… Weiter »

BETTER STAY AWAY FROM PREETMANDIR, Mr BHASIN

Date:  2011-10-19 Source: http://epaper2.mid-day.com Kaumudi Gurjar Special CBI judge takes serious note of MiD DAY expose, tells Preetmandir former managing trustee J S Bhasin not to violate court order again by entering orphanage premises LESS than four months since a MiD DAY sting operation at the Preetmandir orphanage showed former managing trustee J S Bhasin… Weiter »

“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… Weiter »

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.

Woman moves HC to get back grandkids

Source: timesofindia.indiatimes.com/ 11 Apr 2009, 0154 hrs IST, Swati Deshpande, TNN  Print  Email  Discuss Share Save CommentText: MUMBAI: Kisabai Lokhande, a 66-year-old illiterate woman from a Satara slum has filed a habeas corpus petition in the Bombay high court to get   back her two granddaughters who were given in an inter-country adoption and sent to… Weiter »

Satara to Spain: Grandma wants adoption probed

Source: Times of India Satara to Spain: Grandma wants adoption probed Swati Deshpande , TNN, Feb 4, 2009, 04.43am IST MUMBAI: Kisabai Lokhande, an illiterate vegetable vendor from Karad, has been fighting a lonely battle to get back her two granddaughters who went „missing“ from a children’s remand home in Satara in 2004. In 2005,… Weiter »