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Category: adoption
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'Girls Can Come After You': Tech Moguls Risk Jail For Web Sex Trafficking 17.6.2018 NDTV News - Latest
Victims of sex trafficking could sue U.S. websites used to sell their bodies online, experts said, as a new law signals a drive by Washington to clamp down on soaring internet sex slavery.
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Awareness meet on adoption procedures 15.6.2018 Hindu: News
The Women Development and Child Welfare (WD&CW) department on Thursday conducted an awareness programme ‘Dattatha Parichaya Vedika’ in the city h
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Couples in live-in relations cannot adopt, says CARA 14.6.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research
‘Cohabitation not considered a stable family in India’
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Electric two-wheeler makers oppose proposed incentives 14.6.2018 DNA: Bangalore
Electric two-wheeler makers oppose proposed incentives
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Not Destined For Love, Won't Get Into A Wrong Relationship Again: Manisha 11.6.2018 NDTV News - Latest
Manisha Koirala said: "I can't afford to make wrong moves at this stage"
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Special drives to identify children fit for adoption 11.6.2018 Hindu: Cities
More than 2,700 are staying in NGO homes in State
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Baby of Senapati rape survivor out of danger, discharged from hospital 9.6.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
Baby of Senapati rape survivor out of danger, discharged from hospital
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Plan to conduct ‘Adoption Melas’ 6.6.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research
State govt. wants to sensitise issueless couples on process and check illegal adoptions
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Abandoned in Rajkot park, baby gets passport hrs after adoption 5.6.2018 DNA: Top News
The Regional Passport Office in Ahmedabad has issued a passport to a 10-month old baby boy, who had been abandoned in a Rajkot public park, in just a few hours after he was adopted by a US-based couple. Aarav was being cared for by Shishir Mandir orphanage before was he put up for adoption. Regional Passport Officer Neelam Rani said, "There is a lengthy process for adoption, especially when someone from outside the country is involved. The family got clearance from the state government only on Monday and hence we did not have a lot of time in hand to issue the passport. Treating this as a special case, we issued him a passport and handed the same to his adoptive grandparents." In 2016, the Ministry of External Affairs had relaxed some norms. For orphans who do not have birth date proof, it allows a declaration given by the head of the orphanage/child care home on their official letter head of the organization confirming the same. Due to changes in guidelines set by the Central Adoption Resource ...
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A three-legged happy ending 4.6.2018 Hindu: Cities
Tommy the airport dog beat all odds to get adopted into a loving home.
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Hyd'bad police adopts crime prone locality 31.5.2018 General News
In order to deal with crime prone localities through friendly policing approach, the City Police today announced a project of adoption of 'MangarBasti' locality by Tukaramgate police station. As part of the initiative, a total of 212 families of the area were being adopted by Hyderabad Police with the objectives of crime management, education and employment bridging, child and women safety and well-being. The families will be adopted for a period of one year and if required till further keeping in view these objectives, officials said. Improvement would be targetted, planned, implemented and assessed during this period in the areas of 'crime and unemployment', 'children and students education and well-being' and 'health' sectors, they said. Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar said 'MangarBasti' "is identified by Hyderabad Police as a focus area as a part of our long term strategy to deal with crime prone localities". Adoption cards will be issued to each family addressing a
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New Child Adoption Scandal Engulfs Ireland 31.5.2018 NDTV News - Latest
The birth certificates of 126 children adopted in Ireland between 1946 and 1969 were doctored to show their new families as their biological parents, the government admitted on Wednesday.
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MCPCR team visits immature baby born to minor rape victim at JNIMS 30.5.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
MCPCR team visits immature baby born to minor rape victim at JNIMS
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New shelter home in Vrindavan for 1,000 widows 29.5.2018 General News
A new shelter home for widows, with capacity for 1,000 people, has been constructed in Uttar Pradesh's Vrindavan by the Union Women and Child Development Ministry, an official statement said on Tuesday.
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"Insufficient Evidence" To Suggest Sherin's Parents Abused Her: Report 18.5.2018 NDTV News - Latest
In a new twist in the Sherin Mathews' case, US child protection authorities say they have found "insufficient evidence" if the deceased Indian toddler was physically abused by her adoptive mother and...
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"Insufficient evidence" to suggest Sherin's adoptive Indian-American parents abused her: report 18.5.2018 General News
In a new twist in the Sherin Mathews' case, US child protection authorities have said they have found "insufficient evidence" to confirm that the deceased 3-year-old Indian girl was physically abused by her adoptive parents and blamed "an unknown perpetrator" for her injuries, prior to her adoption. Sherin was found dead in mysterious circumstances in a culvert in Richardson, in suburban Dallas, Texas, on October 22, two weeks after her Indian-American foster parents reported her missing. Her decomposed body was found by a cadaver dog. Her adoptive father, Wesley Mathews originally told police he had left Sherin outside the home at 3 am to punish her for not drinking her milk. Then he changed his statement and said Sherin had choked on her milk while he tried to feed her in the garage. He also admitted the family had gone out to dinner that night and left Sherin home alone. An autopsy report released in January this year revealed that Sherin died of "homicidal violence." The couple ..
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‘Insufficient evidence in Sherin case’ 18.5.2018 Hindu: Fitness
In a new twist in the Sherin Mathews’ case, U.S. child protection authorities have said they have found “insufficient evidence” to confirm that the d
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"Insufficient evidence" to suggest Sherin's adoptive parents abused her: report 18.5.2018 General News
In a new twist in the Sherin Mathews' case, US child protection authorities say they have found "insufficient evidence" if the deceased Indian toddler was physically abused by her adoptive mother and blamed "an unknown perpetrator" for her injuries, prior to her adoption. Sherin, 3, was found dead in mysterious circumstances in a culvert in Richardson, in suburban Dallas, Texas, on October 22, two weeks after her Indian-American foster parents reported her missing. Her adoptive father, Wesley Mathews originally told police he had left Sherin outside the home at 3 am to punish her for not drinking her milk. Then he changed his statement and said Sherin had choked on her milk while he tried to feed her in the garage. He also admitted the family had gone out to dinner that night and left Sherin home alone. An autopsy report released in January this year revealed that Sherin died of "homicidal violence." The couple from Kerala had adopted Sherin from an orphanage in Bihar in 2016. While ..
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Despite respite in rules, adoption of kids among relatives low 14.5.2018 DNA: Popular News
A year after the notification of the Adoption Rules, 2017, which allowed for relatives and step-parents to adopt children, the number of such adoptions across the nation remained abysmally low. In the last year, Mizoram recorded the highest number of such adoptions with only 27 children, as per data released by the Central Adoption Resource Agency. There has not been a single such adoption in over 20 states and UTs, and in the remaining states, the number of adoption stood anywhere between 0 to 5. In Maharashtra, there were only two such adoptions while states like Delhi, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh clocked only a single such adoption through the year. CARA chief Col Deepak Kumar said that the central body has now instructed state agencies to mount an intensified campaign to make the scheme popular. "We think that the scheme has not reached out to enough people and so the state agencies will carry out a campaign to disseminate the scheme," said Kumar. The Adoption ...
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Adopting a child in India remains a tortuous affair, despite digitisation 11.5.2018 Business Standard: News Now
We have to make the state regulation authorities, which keep a check on adoption activity, more responsible, said Lt Col Deepak Kumar, CEO, CARA
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