I am sorry that you are going through this. The hague convention may apply depending upon certain aspects of your case however, you really should sit with a local NC attny and go over what you are trying to accomplish, the he or she can give you some more specific advice, I cannot tell from the question if you are already in INDIA with a US court order or if there are current temporary orders. Also, as you know Indian courts are very old and in many cases they may err on the side of their own law and not give full faith to another countries law regardless of what they are suppose to do.
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If you are in India you may also want to get the opinion of an attorney there.
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