Surrogate baby allowed to leave India for Japan


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"trapped by India’s notorious bureaucracy" ........... "According to Indian law, the couple must legally adopt the baby after birth and take it home.But then the system broke down.The Yamadas divorced shortly before the birth and Yuki Yamada said she did not want the baby"

the reason for not giving the visa is know here and its a law in India. Then why the idotic comment on Indian Bureaucracy.

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Because India does have a notorious bureaucracy. Its the whole spinning wheel thing.

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The Headline reflects on un-thankful attitude of japanese media. Instead of pointing at the mess japanese couple created in India, they are blaming indian law. Baby's father himself is a doctor (though article does not mention it) they should have carried out this operation in their own clinic in Japan.

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