The Hindu has asked readers for their opinions on when it’s the best of times to adopt and what’s the safest place to look for a baby.
The issue is one of adoption safety and is also one of the top issues for social justice.
In the article, an adoptive mother in Mumbai, who has been raising her son for the past year, said she is glad to have the baby at her disposal.
She said her son’s birth was on February 11.
“We have decided to take the baby for adoption.
It is the only time that I can find the right time.
We are planning a wedding to celebrate the new arrival,” the mother, who was married for 10 years and was pregnant at the time of the birth, said.
“I am so happy.
It will make me so happy to be the parent of my child.
We will be happy when we have a baby together.”
The mother said she has also started planning for a trip to a city where she can pick up the baby and get him settled in.
The woman said she felt like she was at her own mercy and was worried about getting him adopted.
If the baby is adopted, she will have to pay a fee to adopt, which could cost more than the adoption fee.
“We have not decided what will be the fee.
I am not sure what the fee is,” she said.
A woman from New Delhi, who is also pregnant, said that she will adopt the baby after getting the baby settled.
As of now, there are no safe places to look.
We have to ask ourselves when the best times to go for adoption, a social justice activist told The Hindu.
For the past five years, the community in Mumbai has been debating adoption safety, with the adoption of babies at birth an issue that has been brought up several times.
In 2013, an NGO, Mothers for Choice, held a conference in Mumbai to discuss the adoption process, which ended with a call for adoption safety.