Parliament Passes Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 2021- Now District Magistrate can issue adoption orders U/S 61

While introducing the bill, Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani, Union Minister for Women and Child Development stressed upon the necessity for entrusting District Magistrates with the responsibility of care and protection of vulnerable children in light of the prevailing inadequacies in the system. She recounted the commitment of the Parliament towards prioritising India’s children above all issues.

RECOGNITION, INSPECTION AND FUNCTION OF ADOPTION AGENCIES IN INDIA

RECOGNITION, INSPECTION AND FUNCTION OF ADOPTION AGENCIES Under Adoption Regulations 2017 23. Recognition of Specialised Adoption Agency - (1) Any Child Care Institution, intending to be recognised as Specialised Adoption Agency to place children in in-country and inter-country adoption, shall…

Sandeep & Reena Mander -v- Royal borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, Adopt Berkshire – 6/12/2019

The principal piece of legislation governing adoption in England & Wales is the Adoption and Children Act 2002 (“2002 Act”). Section 3 of the 2002 Act places a duty on local authorities to maintain an adoption service within their area, and sets out the minimum facilities that must be made in the provision of the service.

“Secular” Agrawala adoption is not distinct from regular Brahmanical “religious” adoption

BHOLA CHAUBE  Vs. MAN MATUN CHAUBE ALLAHABAD HIGH COURT SINGLE BENCH ( Before : N.H. Beg, J ) Second Appeal No. 1384 of 1951 Decided on : 17-01-1964 Second Appeal No. 1384 of 1951 Decided on : 17-01-1964 Evidence Act, 1872 -…