HYDERABAD: When the swanky Rajiv Gandhi International airport came up in March, 2008 at Shamshabad, real estate wasn't the only sector that soared. Hyderabad's mid-sized health centres offering infertility treatment also surfaced on the world surrogacy map, with direct flights to the city being an enabling factor.
So, while commercial surrogacy was legalised in India in 2002, the surrogacy scene in Hyderabad started picking up only over the last two years, with many couples from across the globe landing in the city, seeking wombs. Until a couple of years ago, childless couples from abroad were heading either to Gujarat (where an...
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Swanky airport puts Hyderabad on world's surrogacy map
Times of India February 2010