Source:http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com Ambika Pandit, TNN, Nov 7, 2010, 04.17am IST MUMBAI: Among the many looking forward to American President Barack Obama’s visit toIndia was an anxious Jennifer Edgell Haynes. She has no interest in Indo-US relations. All she wants is to be reunited with her family in Michigan.
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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…. Read more »
Dutch teens arrive for reunion with family
Source: http://epaper.timesofindia.com Frontpage Chennai Edition 19.08.2010 Illegal Adoption Landed Them In Netherlands 14 Years Ago Jaya Menon | TNN Kanyakumari: A strong sea breeze whips through Kootupuli, a hamlet dotted with windmills and new houses built post-tsunami. There is much excitement in a cramped, brightly-painted house in the colony over a reunion. This is where two Dutch… Read more »
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… Read more »
Man claims DNA proof: I’m Pawar brother’s son
Source: http://www.indianexpress.com Krishnadas Rajagopal Fri Aug 13 2010, 09:22 hrs New Delhi: Adopted by a German couple 37 years ago, Dohle is trying to find his biological mother. IE photo: Renuka Puri ARUN Dohle, 37, is in search of the “young lady” who gave birth to him. Through her, the bespectacled, rather shy man hopes to… Read more »
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.
Mother fights to meet son 11 years after his kidnap
This article was published on June 6th, in The Sunday Times. An Indian mother faces a heart-wrenching court battle in Holland to gain access to her 12-year-old son, whom she alleges was kidnapped as a baby then adopted by an unsuspecting Dutch couple.