Orphans are being thrown out of shelters even as parents face a shortage of children for adoption
The Parsi community, alarmed by dwindling numbers, has reason to celebrate as a repopulation programme shows results
Two orphaned boys found a home in Italy when their children’s home in Bangalore put them up for adoption. Soon after, the boys’ maternal aunt and her husband lodged a case, protesting they had not been consulted
Adopting kids in India isn’t easy to begin with; adopting twin girls has legal complications. Anuradha Nagaraj recounts her struggle to bring her daughters home
Cross-border adoption: the trauma of knowing one was given away at birth and the travails of trying to find out why
His birth certificate read ‘Joseph, no last name given’. An American couple adopted him; 32 years later, AJ Bryant returns to District Three Hospital in Kottayam where the mother he’s never met gave him birth
Abandoned girl babies from Andhra Pradesh’s Telangana region have an unlikely guardian.