Difference between revisions of "India"

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* ''Baby Manji Yamada v. Union of India & Anr.'' (2008) INSC 1656 (29 September 2008): www.liiofindia.org/cgi-bin/disp.pl/in/cases/cen/INSC/2008/1656.html. (2008 Supreme Court ruling on commercial surrogacy)
 
* ''Baby Manji Yamada v. Union of India & Anr.'' (2008) INSC 1656 (29 September 2008): www.liiofindia.org/cgi-bin/disp.pl/in/cases/cen/INSC/2008/1656.html. (2008 Supreme Court ruling on commercial surrogacy)
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Vide Government of India guidelines dated:03.11.2015, prohibiting foreign surrogacy.
  
 
* Draft bills: Despite a number of attempts at passing laws, the bills have not been passed through parliament. Examples:  
 
* Draft bills: Despite a number of attempts at passing laws, the bills have not been passed through parliament. Examples:  
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* Eggs for research is also permitted, usually with reimbursement of expenses.
 
* Eggs for research is also permitted, usually with reimbursement of expenses.
 
|Regulatory activities='''International Surrogacy'''
 
|Regulatory activities='''International Surrogacy'''
 
International surrogacy is regulated via visa conditions.
 
  
 
The Bureau of Immigration, Ministry of Home Affairs, India (http://boi.gov.in/content/surrogacy provides the following:
 
The Bureau of Immigration, Ministry of Home Affairs, India (http://boi.gov.in/content/surrogacy provides the following:

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