Category: Daksha – search mother

Dutch woman denied info on Indian parents by high court

Source: Published: Saturday, Oct 23, 2010, 3:15 IST By Mayura Janwalkar | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA For Dutch psychologist Daksha Van Dijck, 35, her trip to India turned out to be rather disappointing. The Bombay high court on Friday dismissed a petition filed by her seeking information about her biological parents.

Explain why you don’t have adoption records: HC to agency

Source:  Mumbai, August 24, 2010 First Published: 01:00 IST(24/8/2010) A Matunga-based adoption agency, Shraddhanand Mahilashram, will have to explain to Bombay High Court why it does not have documents pertaining to a baby adopted by a Dutch couple in 1975. A division bench of Justice A.M. Khanwilkar and Justice U.D. Salvi on Monday directed… Read more »

It happens only in India: An adoption record in five lines

Source: The 5-year-old record of the inter-country adoption of Daksha Van Dijck, which the Bombay high court had directed its registry to trace, turned out to be four-five handwritten lines in the registry’s record.

Bombay high court registry gets a week to trace adoption papers

Source: Published: Tuesday, Aug 3, 2010, 2:37 IST By Mayura Janwalkar | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA The high court registry may have to search for 35-year-old original documents, perhaps stored in a forgotten shelf, in the case of the inter-country adoption of Daksha Van Dijck, 34, a Dutch psychologist who has sought to… Read more »

Dutch moves court to trace Indian roots

Date: 2010-06-18 Source:          A 34-year-old Dutch national has approached the Bombay High Court for help in locating her roots in India, alleging that she was probably kidnapped as an infant and given up for international adoption.

In search of roots, Dutch woman smells a ‘racket’

Source: Published: Thursday, Jun 17, 2010, 0:43 IST  By Mayura Janwalkar | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Daksha Van Dijck, 34, made trips to Mumbai from the Netherlands in 2001 and 2007 to touch base with her roots. Adopted in 1975 by Dutch national Johan Van Dijck and raised in the Netherlands, the clinical psychologist wanted… Read more »