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Jul 15, 2019
Govt introduces bill in Lok Sabha to ban commercial surrogacy, includes provision for relatives to act as 'altruistic' surrogates to Indian couplesThe government introduced the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2019 in the Lok Sabha that also provides for constitution of surrogacy boards at national and state levels.
Dec 20, 2018
Surrogacy Bill puts donors at risk of exploitation, excludes single parents, queer couplesThe womb is a very personal space for a woman, and if she wishes to use it for surrogacy, it is her prerogative to do so. The only role the State has to play is to ensure she is not exploited by unscrupulous elements, and this can be done by recognising surrogacy as legitimate work
Dec 20, 2018
Lok Sabha passes 'historic' bill which bans commercial surrogacy; single parents, same-sex couples not entitledThe Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill 2016 that prohibits commercial surrogacy and allows close relatives to act as surrogates to needy infertile couples for "altruistic" reasons.
Mar 22, 2018
Cabinet gives nod to moving official amendments in 2016 Surrogacy Bill in bid to ban commercialisation of practiceThe Cabinet, on Wednesday, gave its approval for moving official amendments in a bill which aims at banning commercial surrogacy, allowing altruistic surrogacy to needy infertile couples and its effective regulation in the country.
Aug 31, 2016
Government to relax new surrogacy bill norms: CNN News18 reportAfter facing massive uproar over the stringent measures introduced in the Surrogacy Bill, the government has decided to give in and is expected to relax some of the provisions
Aug 25, 2016
Ban on commercial surrogacy; unmarried couples, homosexuals, NRIs barred: All you need to knowThe bill proposes a complete ban on commercial surrogacy and allows only legally-wedded Indian couples (who have been married for five years) to opt for children through it.