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Child adoption process needs to be transparent

Child adoption process needs to be transparent
Parul Malik / CNN-IBN
Published October 21, 2007 at 16:20 in Nation
India section New Delhi:

Misinformation violates the rights of biological parents, of the child and the adoptive parents. And yet adoption is crucial for thousands of destitute children. So it is important to look at solutions that would make the entire process transparent and free from racketeers. Chaya Maria Schupp is 31. She has come from Germany looking for her birth mother from Mangalore. Chaya spent the first seven years of her life with her Indian mother. Before a German family adopted her. Chaya's is still to find her mother. Schupp says, "In my case there are no records. I cannot believe it I filed a case in High Court. I spend so much money coming. India is no holiday.

"Single and unwed mothers are most vulnerable to child traffickers. With support many of them could raise their children themselves....

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