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The Missing Parent PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Pallavi Polanki   

A child custody battle naturally goes in favour of the mother. But is this always fair to the father?

Two fathers fighting for child custody rights got the thumbs up from the Supreme Court last week. On Friday, a mother had to withdraw a petition trying to thwart a father’s legal quest for more time with his daughter. The apex court had weighed in on his side, directing the divorced couple to settle it out of court.

On the same day, in another case, where a father has been estranged from his son for two years, the Supreme Court directed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to step in. The CBI has been given six weeks to find the mother who has gone absconding with her son. The apex court felt compelled to take this step since its repeated directions to state police departments on the matter had come to naught.

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CRISP bats for fathers’ rights PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Deccan Herald   

Child Rights for Shared Parenting (CRISP), a City-based organisation advocating the concept of shared parenting, on Thursday said persons who misuse the Dowry Act and Domestic Violence Act to deprive the father of access to his child should be punished.

Briefing mediapersons here, Kumar Jahgirdar, President, CRISP, said the organisation would demand family law reforms and seek to highlight the grievances of fathers' deprived of children's access due to "biased laws and failure of the system."

He also announced that a national Father's Day rally will be taken out on June 20 by members of CRISP.

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Bangalore's 'deprived dads' to rally for parenting rights PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maitreyee Boruah   

Many Bangalore men who are separated from their wives but pine for their children are set to mark Father's Day by taking out a rally here. Kids should get the love of both parents, they stress, even as divorce cases are going up in India.

Along with others, Saturday's rally will see these men asserting their right to be in touch with their children. June 21 is Father's Day.

It is the brainchild of Children's Rights Initiative For Shared Parenting (CRISP), a city-based NGO, fighting for shared parenting rights, in association with Save the Indian Family Foundation (SIFF).

'Not every child is lucky enough to have the love and care of both father and mother, even when both the parents are alive during their growing up days. Due to a rise in divorce cases in the country, most children of separated parents are deprived of both their parents' affection,' Kumar Jahgirdar, president of CRISP, told IANS.

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CRISP takes up cause of fathers' plight PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Aravind B   

Hyderabad, May 30 : With two out of five marriages ending in divorce in the country, the Child Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting (CRISP), first of its kind non-governmental organisation, has taken up the cause of men who were denied access to their children

Higlighting the plight of over five lakh such parents, especially fathers, CRISP Founder President Kumar V Jahgirdhar here today told reporters, ''In many cases despite court orders, fathers are not allowed to see their children. Children should have equal access to both parents for them to lead a normal life. We must make shared parenting mandatory.'' Mr Kumar, himself was fighting a legal battle for equal access to his daughter from his wife Chethana, who has now married to Indian Cricket legspinner Anil Kumble.

 

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Father, I have something to share: LOVE PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Times News Network   
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Bangalore: “When I was small, I thought you were simply great. And when I grew up, I knew I was always right as a puppy!” says a dalmation looking up at its dad. This was on a card a teenager finally bought for Father’s Day. He is one of the many sons who belong to the new creed that does not say ‘I don’t need a special day to honour my dad’.

The Western trend has surely caught up with Namma Bengaluru. While sending flowers and cakes home is the trend among outstation sons and daughters, the ones at home prefer to go out for a dinner and surprise their father with gifts. Online booking centres and gift shops in the city have witnessed heightened activity the past couple of days.

“We get orders from abroad and other Indian states. Usually the price range of gifts we sell is from Rs 500 to Rs 800,” said Ravi Tiwari of Orchidsnroses. They have special Fathers’ Day kits, comprising laptops as well as gulab jamuns. Customized packages are also available.

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Child needs affection from both parents PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Times News Network   

BANGALORE: The Children's Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting (CRISP) called for law reforms to ensure a balanced participation of both parents in a child's life in the event of their separation. "We demand at least 50% of custody be given to parents," said Kumar V Jahgirdar, president, CRISP.

He said research has proved that fatherless children are prone to towards suicidal tendencies, drug addiction and teenage pregnancies, and are likely to elope or drop out from school. Deprivation of fatherly love and affection can even lead to serious disorders like Parental Alienation Syndrome.

The organization asked to set up courts to deal with child custody cases. "Our law favours women. But a child should get affection from both the parents," said Samuel Perera, medical counsellor, CRISP.

The organization is conducting a rally on Saturday to demand family law reforms.

 
Punish Persons who misuse IPC 498A and Domestic Violence Law: NGO PDF Print E-mail
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Child Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting (CRISP), a Bangalore based first of its kind all India body (NGO) dealing with parents fighting for children's custody disputes ongoing/over divorce battle today urged Government of India and all the concerned state governments to amend/make fresh laws to grant equal access to both parents who have been fighting for custody of their child/children. Further they appealed to make shared parenting mandatory. Requested Law Ministry to set up special courts to deal with Child Custody cases in order to speedily dispose the cases. In any eventuality, the matters must be deposed within three months of filing the case, the members of CRISP observed. They also demanded to punish persons who misuse IPC 498A and Domestic Violence Law.

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CRISP urges Govt to make shared parenting mandatory PDF Print E-mail
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Written by India Infoline News Service   
Child Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting (CRISP), an NGO dealing with parents fighting for children's custody disputes ongoing/over divorce battle urged Government of India and all the concerned state governments to amend/make fresh laws to grant equal access to both parents who have been fighting for custody of their child/children.

Child Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting (CRISP), a Bangalore based first of its kind all India body (NGO) dealing with parents fighting for children's custody disputes ongoing/over divorce battle urged Government of India and all the concerned state governments to amend/make fresh laws to grant equal access to both parents who have been fighting for custody of their child/children. Further they appealed to make shared parenting mandatory. Requested Law Ministry to set up special courts to deal with Child Custody cases in order to speedily dispose the cases. In any eventuality, the matters must be deposed within three months of filing the case, the members of CRISP observed. They also demanded to punish persons who misuse IPC 498A and Domestic Violence Law. 

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