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Adoption in India - the Past,Present and the Future Trends

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The relationship of a child and parents is beyond the definition of love and piousness. This unreal bond has always been a constant source of origination of rights, liabilities and co- dependency of the former towards the latter and vice versa. The concept of adoption in India is prevalent since antiquity and the depth goes stronger in case of Hindu Law, it being the only major personal law that permits adoption even before its codification. For the following article, the authors attempted to go through how the practice of adoption has changed over the years, what are the myths associated with this concept, how Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act, 1956 has been able to setup equality between women and menin terms of their rights to adoption and how customs and practices are kept in harmony with the codified law. The authors have attempted to establish a link between the myths prevalent in our society on adoptions and simultaneously tried to outburst and explain them with the help of...

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This study is concerned with the ways that adoptive family lives are practiced in contemporary India from a social work perspective. It was written in a time of urgent and contentious policy change which emphasised radical new ways of thinking about the practice of adoptive family life as a legitimate version of kinship. Since 2000, adoption policy and practice in this multicultural, multilingual, and multi-religious country, has undergone considerable change. Governed by multiple laws – both religious and secular – the adoption trend has been re-modelled through the introduction of secular policy, with a focus on advancing in-country adoption. This study demonstrates how adoption policy and lived experience narratives intersect as adoption becomes consolidated as a legitimate form of family. It focuses on the day-to-day family practices that emerge in adoptive families, and the ways these are shaped by adoption discourse. Drawing on theories of family and kinship, the thesis illumi...

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Adoption in India is synonymous with numerous laws and guidelines explaining safer and legal ways to relocate orphans, remanded, or deserted children to their new homes and families. But the issue of transnational or inter-country adoption still cries for attention in matters of both the parents (both biological and foster parents) and the child’s violation of rights. Unlike the regular in country adoption laws, very few laws or guidelines have been created to protect the interests of the children, their natural and adoptive parents. It was only after the Public Interest Litigation was filed by Mr. Laxmikant Pandey regarding inter-country adoption rules that the Supreme Court drafted certain guidelines to protect the interest of the children and the parties involved. This led to the formation of the Centre for Adoption. The resource authorities’ guidelines are the only available compact guidelines that are regulating the inter-country adoption in India. Questions concerning a safer environment for the adopted child when taken abroad, exploitation, dissertation, discrimination, inheritance rights,and safeguards against illegal trafficking still need to be looked at in depth. In spite of such noble efforts by the law makers as well as the courts, the picture is not very satisfactory. As a result the plight of foreign adoptive parents is also pitiful. Foreign parents are often victimized by unnecessary delays caused by long proceedings which cause unwanted harassment. Sometimes they even become innocent targets of national as well as international political situations. The authors analyse the laws regulating transnational adoption in India, find out the loopholes which encourage various human rights violations in the name of inter-country adoption and suggest some solutions to check the growing violation of human rights involved in this issue.

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The point of departure of the present article is the child's right to preservation of her/his ethnic, religious, cultural and linguistic background in adoption, as stipulated in the CRC and the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption. The article seeks to analyse the various meanings attributed to preservation of the child's background in in- and intercountry adoption and in different national contexts. The main focus is on the seldom-studied perspective of one of the major sending countries in intercountry adoption: India. Five representatives of two non-governmental adoption agencies and one governmental agency in addition to six Indian adoptive parents have been interviewed about their views on the significance of the child's background in adoption. In our analysis, we show that preservation of a child's background is perceived to be in conflict with other interests of the child, such as gaining a position in her/his adoptive family equal to that of a biological child and being loved unconditionally. In contrast to the general portrayal of Indian adoption applicants as being selective regarding the child's religious background and skin colour, agency representatives as well as adoptive parents endeavoured to distinguish themselves from this portrayal by emphasizing the irrelevance of the child's background.

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Adoption of Children in Islam and the Muslim Law of Sri Lanka – An Abstract This is a slightly modified version of an article previously published under the same title in [2008] Meezan pages 1 to 5. Meezan is an annual publication of the Law Students’ Muslim Majlis of the Sri Lanka Law College. Islam encourages charity, and also insists that those who have the means should care for orphans and other needy children in the same way as they would care for their own children. Islam recognizes the foster parent relationship, but does not sanction adoption tin the sense in which it is used in the Sri Lankan Adoption of Children Ordinance No. 24 of 1941. This Ordinance expressly provides that “upon an adoption order being made, the adopted child shall for all purposes whatsoever be deemed in law to be the child born in lawful wedlock of the adopter.” In a landmark decision Ghouse v Ghouse [1988] 1 SLR 25, the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka examined the implications of this provision in the context of intestate succession rights of an adopted child. This article examines in great detail, the sharia't concept of kafala (foster care) in the light of relevant statutory provisions and judicial decisions, and attempts to resolve apparent conflicts and contradictions in the legal fabric.

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