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Norway child custody row: Handling case as per Norwegian law, Oslo tels India

Norway child custody row: Handling case as per Norwegian law, ...

New Delhi : Norway on Tuesday told India that it is handling the case involving the custody of a child of a Indo-Norwegian family in accordance with the Norwegian Child Welfare Act which includes directions from the UN Convention on the Rights of ..., 3 weeks ago

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Indian Foreign Minister Intervenes to Defuse Indian Child Abuse Row in Norway

New Delhi (Sputnik): Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj has urged Norway toreturn a five-year-old boy tohis Indian-origin parents afterthe authorities took him intocustody oversuspected abuse. Swaraj has promised a "firm stand" and asked the ...
 Sputnik3 weeks ago Norway child issue: Activists, European parliamentarians seek  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago Norway Government Takes Away Child From Indian-Origin Parents, Sushma Swaraj Firmly Asks For...  Indiatimes3 weeks ago India intervenes in Norway child abuse row  Yahoo! Finance3 weeks ago

India vs. Norway

With accusations against Norwegian child protection services in the case of a five-year-old boy being separated from his parents going viral, it is necessary to examine whether the agency was justified in its action instead of heaping insults on it.
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

India to raise child custody case with Norway officials

NEW DELHI: Indian Ambassador to Norway has sought a meeting with the head of the Consular Section in the Norwegian Foreign Ministry after the Indian woman, whose son has been taken away by the Child Welfare Services there, sought government's ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Indian Ambassador seeks meeting with Norway Foreign Ministry  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago

India takes up with Norway issue of alleged child abuse

NEW DELHI: In wake of the allegations made by an Indian couple that the Norwegian authorities have taken away their five-year-old child on frivolous complaint of abuse, the Ministry of External Affairs on Friday said the embassy in Oslo has taken up ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago India ready to engage with Norwegian authorities to help NRI couple  Business Standard India3 weeks ago

Norway: Some Previous Child Abuse Cases & Charges Against NRIs First published: December 23, 2016, 2:57 PM IST | Updated: 3 mins ago Norwegian Embassy in New Delhi. The Norwegian Child Welfare Act (NCWA) is applicable to all parents living in Norway with their children, regardless of their ...
 News18.com3 weeks ago

Norway Court Finds Indian Couple Guilty of Child Abuse

The Indian couple, accused of allegedly abusing their 7-year-old son, was convicted of criminal charges by a court in Norway on Tuesday. The child's father Chandrasekhar Vallabhaneni, a software professional from Andhra Pradesh, was sentenced to ...
 International Business Times India4 weeks ago

Police crack down on Norway's largest pedophile abuse network

In Norway's largest abuse case to date, 51 suspects are under investigation for being part of a pedophile network. The abuse of infants, in one case by a parent, is suspected. picture alliance/dpa plain Norwegian police investigating a ...
 Malaysia MSN1 month ago Norway police smash pedophile ring  Deutsche Welle1 month ago

Norway man guilty of Skype child abuse

A court in Norway has sentenced a 66-year-old man to eight years in jail for child sex abuse via Skype. The man coerced children in Norway and the Philippines to engage in filmed sex acts. He was convicted of sending cash to a family in the ...
 BBC1 month ago

Norway's child snatching laws must exempt Indians

Anurup Bhattacharya with his children Abhigyan and Aishwarya, who were taken away by the Norwegian authorities in 2011-2012. The agency, Norwegian Child Welfare Services, lacks accountability. I n May 2011, the Norwegian Child Welfare ...
 Sunday Guardian Live2 weeks ago
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