The proposed Assisted Reproductive Technology (Regulation) Bill 2013, that aims to regulate surrogacy in India, must wait longer as the Union health and home ministries have differences over singles opting for surrogacy in India. While a 2012 home ministry diktat says gay couples and single foreigners are not eligible to have an Indian surrogate bear their child as only a foreign “man and woman” married at least two years will be granted visas, the health ministry feels single parents, including foreigners, should be allowed surrogacy.
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Monday, January 13, 2014
Surrogacy law stuck as ministries bicker
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