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Women Government employees commissioning Surrogacy to get maternity leave: Dr Jitendra Singh(12.02.2018)

The Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Development of North-Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, Atomic.....

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Parliament passes Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Bill, 2016(09.03.2017)

A landmark bill called Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Bill, 2016 benefiting women passed by Parliament. The Bill extends paid maternity leave for worki.....

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Uttarakhand High Court Directs State Government to Grant 180 Days Maternity Leave to Women Employees(16.12.2016)

Uttarakhand High Court has directed State Government to grant 180 days (six months) of maternity leave to women employees working on regular, contract.....

Tags : Uttarakhand High Court, women employees, maternity leave, six months



SC Upholds Cost on DU College for Dismissing Professor While on Maternity Leave(02.11.2020)

Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal against a Delhi High Court Order which reinstated an ad-hoc Assistant Professor who had been removed from servic.....

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SC: Can't Deny Maternity Leave Because Woman's Husband Has 2 Children from His Previous Marriage(17.08.2022)

Supreme Court has held that a woman cannot be declined maternity leave under the Central Services (Leave Rules) 1972 with respect to her biological ch.....

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Rajasthan HC: Even If Child Is Born Prior to Joining Service, Maternity Leave to be Allowed(14.12.2020)

Rajasthan High Court has held that petitioner (a female government servant) is entitled to grant of maternity leave, irrespective of the fact that she.....

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Maneka Gandhi proposes hiking maternity leave to eight months(02.09.2015)

Union Minister for Women & Child Development, Maneka Gandhi proposed increasing maternity leave from three to eight months. The benefit of extended le.....

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Government readying to extend maternity benefits(31.12.2015)

The Ministry of Labour and Employment may soon get approval from the Union Cabinet to extend maternity benefits to 26 weeks of paid leave from 12 week.....

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Woman Employee Entitled To Maternity Leave For 6 Months: Allahabad HC(25.04.2019)

Allahabad High Court has held that a woman employee was entitled to maternity leave for full period of 6 months as against the 3 months which she was .....

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HP HC: Denial of Maternity Leave Violates Article 29, 39 of Indian Constitution(20.06.2023)

Himachal Pradesh High Court while observing that Maternity leave aims to protect the dignity of motherhood that every woman, irrespective of her emplo.....

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Uttarakhand High Court: No Maternity Leave for Government Employees in Case of Third Child(19.09.2019)

Uttarakhand High Court has passed an order which makes employees of the State Government ineligible for maternity leave after their second child. The .....

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Orissa HC: Maternity Leave Can’t Simply be Denied on Technical Grounds(24.07.2023)

Orissa High Court has held that maternity leave is the inherent right of every woman employee which cannot simply be denied on technical grounds and a.....

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Madras High Court: No Incentive Mark During Maternity Leave(04.04.2018)

Madras HC has said that maternity leave availed of by an in-service candidate can be treated as ‘service period’, but incentive marks for serving in r.....

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Contract Employees in Govt Establishments Entitled to Maternity Leave: Kerala High Court(21.03.2018)

Kerala High Court has held that contract employees in government-funded establishments are entitled to maternity leave in the same manner as governmen.....

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Raj HC: Can’t Discriminate in Maternity Leave Only because Child has been Begotten Through Surrogacy(09.11.2023)

Rajasthan High Court while observing that discriminating between natural biological mother and surrogate mother would amount to insult of motherhood, .....

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Karnataka High Court Allows Maternity Leave to Senior Resident Doctor Employed on Contract Basis(01.09.2021)

Karnataka High Court has quashed an order passed by the Joint Director, ESIC Medical College and Hospital, Kalaburagi, denying maternity leave to a do.....

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Maternity Leave is Part of Service Period: Madras HC(04.01.2018)

Madras High Court has said that it is the fundamental right of a lady to give birth to a child and nurture him and maternity leave period should be de.....

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Cal. HC: Cannot Differentiate Between Contractual and Permanent Employees For Maternity Leave(27.02.2024)

Calcutta High Court has held that, for the purpose of maternity leaves any differentiation done between permanent and contractual employees shall be p.....

Tags : Calcutta High Court, Maternity Leaves, Article 14 of Constitution



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