I am making this post partly from the Supreme Court of India. The case was posted before the Bench consisting of G S Singhvi and A K Ganguly. The Solicitor General of India, Mr. Gopal Subramanian unfolded India’s stand that India is unable to grant Indian Citizenship to a children merely for the purpose of taking them to their homeland. Moreover, he wanted the German Couple, Mr. Jan Balaz to unconditionally submit himself to the Jurisdiction of the Apex Court even if he moves outside India. Senior Counsel Mr. Rao said he shall undertake to fulfil all conditions as imposed by the Union of India in order to take his children back to his nation. The case is next posted for hearing on the 4th January 2010. There are lots of unanswered hitches which are to be decided by the Supreme Court of India. Meanwhile, Indian Surrogacy Law Centre is still deciding it’s modalities of contributing for this case. I shall write on this subject more when there is an improvement.