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Swedish woman adopted as toddler uncovers sordid past

Swedish woman adopted as toddler uncovers sordid past in hunt for her Indian mother by Roli Srivastava | @Rolionaroll | Thomson Reuters Foundation Tuesday, 27 June 2017 00:01 GMT  In the late 1990s she started to search for her birth mother, and found she had been taken against her mother’s will By Roli Srivastava MUMBAI, June 27 (Thomson Reuters… Lees meer »

Yours Truly, Aai:

Yours Truly, Aai: A Swedish woman, adopted from India, on a search that led her to her birth mother Written by Sunanda Mehta | Updated: June 11, 2017 10:40 am “I hugged her and felt her bone structure. As we spoke, I spotted our similarities — both of us are very sure of what we want and don’t want,”… Lees meer »

This is Where I Belong: A woman’s search for her birth mother

Source: http://www.hindustantimes.com By Danish Raza December 18th, 2016 It’s a sunny afternoon in mid-December in a village of 200 families in Maharashtra’s Vidarbha region. The men are out in the fields. Herds of children follow us around the narrow lanes. Women peep through half-open doors. As we drive past semi-plastered houses, Anusja suddenly wants things… Lees meer »

She found her father after 23 years – human trafficking revealed

Source: http://www.aftonbladet.se 23 November 2016 (Google Translation) Jyothi Bousle Svahn had a strong memory of how her mother left her. But in the adoption papers in Sweden, it was stated that she had no relatives. As an adult, she began searching for their roots – and revealed a dark side where Swedish authorities and organizations… Lees meer »

When filial love broke barriers of time, distance

Source: http://m.deccanherald.com ASHWINI Y S, BENGALURU, OCT 25, 2016 Swedish woman Jyothi Svah (second from left, foreground) with her new-found family, including her biological father Dasharath Rao, her brother Maruthi, Rao’s second wife, their daughter and granddaughter. “The pain I had endured for the last 23 years has now come to an end,” said this overjoyed… Lees meer »

Germany-based adopted woman’s search for her mother ends in Pune

Source: http://indianexpress.com Shireen Alpa Potthast, a social worker in Germany, tracks down her biological mother in a village Written by Garima Rakesh Mishra | Pune | Updated: June 9, 2016 3:04 am Shireen Alpa Potthast at a restaurant in the city after meeting her mother. (Express Photo by Arul Horizon) Sipping a glass of fresh lime… Lees meer »

Centre lifts adoption veil

Source: http://www.telegraphindia.com Ananya Sengupta New Delhi, April 30: Arun Dohle took 17 years to find his biological mother. Dohle, 43, was two months old when his mother surrendered him to a Pune-based adoption agency. A couple from Germany later adopted him. Years later, when he returned to India to search for his biological mother, the agency… Lees meer »

‘Meeting my mother after 42 years was a miracle’

Source: http://www.bbc.com By Geeta Pandey BBC News, Delhi 14 March 2016 Elisabet Purve-Jorendal was born in India and given away for adoption in 1973 when she was less than six months old. A Swedish couple adopted her when she was two-and-a-half years old and gave her a new life. Forty-two years later, she tracked down her… Lees meer »