Category: Nagarani – kidnapped children

Kidnapping for adoption proven: guilty as charged

In 2007 Arun Dohle brought out the news that an Indian couple was looking for their kidnapped son. He had traced them after having read about it in the Indian news. For 12 years Arun Dohle and Roelie Post (ACT) supported the couple in their desperate search for a sign of life of their son…. Read more »

Parents Nagarani and Kathirvel

  Countries: India, The Netherlands Agencies:  Malaysian Social Services, Meiling Nagarani and Kathrivel’s son was kidnapped during the night in Chennai, India. Five years later the kidnappers were arrested and they confessed that her son had been sold to an orphanage Malaysian Social Services Chennai and subsequently was given for adoption to adoptive parents in… Read more »

‘Ban inter-country adoptions’

Source: Bangalore:  Feb 19, 2013 DHNS Activists urge overhaul of laws in bid to curb child trafficking Child rights activists demanded an overhauling of adoption laws and a ban on inter country adoptions citing instances of child trafficking. Around 10 parents from various states came to talk about their experiences of child trafficking related to… Read more »

Request Indian parents for DNA testing rejected

Source: Zwolle-Lelystad, March 7, 2011 – The Family Court of Zwolle-Lelystad has ruled on March 4 in the case of the Indian couple. The Indian couple’s request for a DNA test to determine that a boy adopted by Dutch parents is their biological son, was dismissed by the Court. Kidnapping The Indian couple was… Read more »

Indian children stolen for adoption

Source: Shaikh Azizur Rahman, Foreign Correspondent Last Updated: June 28. 2010 Nagarani, with her husband and two children in the background, at their home in Pulianthope slum in Chennai. Their bid for a DNA test to confirm whether a boy adopted by a Dutch family is their son kidnapped 11 years ago was turned… Read more »

Continuation “DNA case” Indian couple

Source: Zwolle-Lelystad, 23 June 2010 – Today, the three-judge family section of the District Court of Zwolle-Lelystad proceeded behind closed doors with the hearing of the request filed by the Indian couple in the “DNA case”. For further information about this case please be referred to the press releases issued by the court on… Read more »