Springhill Group FloridaIndian PM asks Norwegiancounterpart      to  findamicable solution to NRIkids custody row
SpringhillCareGroup -Seoul (South Korea), Mar.27 (ANI): Visiting Indian Prime Minister ManmohanSingh has asked his Norwegi...
Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai told media after the bilateral meeting: "The Norwegian PrimeMinister also made a reference...
The statement followed reports of differences between the parents-Anurup andSagarika Bhhatacharya.The two prime ministers ...
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SpringhillCareGroup -Seoul (South Korea), Mar.27 (ANI): Visiting Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has asked his Norwegian counterpart Jens Stoltenberg to find an "amicable and good" solution to the NRI kids custody row, especially with a focus on keeping the welfare of the children and the interest of the parents in mind".

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  1. 1. Springhill Group FloridaIndian PM asks Norwegiancounterpart to findamicable solution to NRIkids custody row
  2. 2. SpringhillCareGroup -Seoul (South Korea), Mar.27 (ANI): Visiting Indian Prime Minister ManmohanSingh has asked his Norwegian counterpart Jens Stoltenberg to find an "amicable and good"solution to the NRI kids custody row, especially with a focus on keeping the welfare of the childrenand the interest of the parents in mind".Singh conveyed this message to Stoltenberg on Monday on the sidelines of the nuclear securitysummit being held here.Singh reportedly explained to Stoltenberg the importance of family ties in Indian culture, andexpressed the hope that the outcome would be positive and within the ambit of the law, besidesbeing in the interest of the parents and their children.
  3. 3. Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai told media after the bilateral meeting: "The Norwegian PrimeMinister also made a reference to the ongoing case relating to the two Indian children, andexplained that this was the matter before the Municipality of Stavanger, as well as the localcourt, and that the interest of the children, as well as concerns of the parents, would soughtto be addressed in whatever solution is found.“Abhigyan, three, and Aishwarya, one, were placed in foster care by the Norwegian childwelfare authorities in May last year, and ever since, the battle for the release of the two kidshas been going on.In fact, External Affairs Minister S.M.Krishna had last month sentSecretary (West) M.Ganapathy to settle the matter. However, the custody row has taken aturn for the worse with the Norwegian authorities saying last week that they were not goingto hand over the kids to their uncle in view of the "conflicts" in the family.
  4. 4. The statement followed reports of differences between the parents-Anurup andSagarika Bhhatacharya.The two prime ministers also reportedly discussed the impact of the Indian courtverdicts on the 2G scam cases.The future presence of Norwegian telecom giant Telenor, which has multi-billion dollarinvestments in India, hangs in the balance following the Supreme Court cancelling 122telecom licences allegedly involved in the scam. By Naveen Kapoor (ANI)Original link:http://www.newstrackindia.com/newsdetails/2012/03/27/99-Indian-PM-asks-Norwegian-counterpart-to-find-amica

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