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icon Reconciliation with wife in police presence went wrong

I got married 5 years before in my community, it was an Hindu arranged marriage. She left me after 1 and half month of living together. after many failed attempt to call her back by phone and through


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As your lawyer advised, submit another application to the SP office. Detail all the allegations they made the non-cooperation, and the refusal to allow a face-to-face meeting with your wife.
Include Evidence Attach any evidence you have such as the recording of the discussion. This can support your claims and provide a clear picture of the interaction. As filing for a restitution of conjugal rights under Section 9 of the Hindu Marriage Act or considering divorce proceedings if recon ...ReadMore

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icon Maternity Rules

I got to know I am pregnant a day before receiving exit mail from company due to project rampdown and since then tried to contact HR and manager to discuss concerns. And now they say since I informed


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Under the Maternity Benefit Act of 1961, a woman employee who has worked with an employer for at least 80 days in the preceding 12 months before her expected delivery date is eligible for maternity leave. This law applies to establishments with ten or more employees, excluding those covered under the Employees State Insurance Act of 1948. Maternity leave extends for 26 weeks for both first and second-time mothers and can be taken before or within six months of the expected deliver ...ReadMore

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I have been legally fighting with my ex organisation for maternity benefits since past 10months. The labour court had dismissed my case without giving me a proper reason and now they are not even taki

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3 months ago


A. Dear Client,
The legality of any order passed by a Labour Court or Industrial Tribunal may be challenged before the High Court through an appeal under Article 227 of the Constitution of India within sixty days from the date of the order passed by the Labour Court. Reach out to an Advocate practicing labour matters for guidance and steps.

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icon Mediclaim Policy - First 2 living children

I need your help in below mentioned scenario. please check and confirm. 1st Pregnancy - My 1st baby died after 8th Months of delivery due to Heart Diseases. 2nd Pregnancy - My 2nd baby is alive and H

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3 months ago


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When dealing with rules or regulations, it's essential to carefully analyze and interpret them, especially in cases where there may be ambiguity. If you encounter any uncertainty or dispute regarding the application of rules, seeking clarification from relevant authorities or legal experts is advisable.

In situations where resolution cannot be reached through conventional means, such as with insurance matters, you may consider approaching the insurance ombudsman for assistance. T ...ReadMore

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plz mpocket members harasing me they are calling and asking double penalty of loan amount

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3 months ago


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In the current scenario, it is recommended to file a complaint against the recovery agents employed by Mpocket for loan recovery at the local Police Station. Ensure to endorse a copy of the complaint to the concerned bank as well. Alternatively, you can submit an online complaint against the loan recovery agents through the website https://cms.rbi.org.in or by calling the helpline number 14440. Offline complaints can be lodged by submitting the complaint at the Centralised Receipt ...ReadMore

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icon Maternity Pay requirements for redundant employee

I have let go an employee due to budget cuts along with others who will be giving birth later this year around July. She believes that she will still fall under the maternity benefits as per Indian La

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4 months ago


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The Maternity Benefit Act of 1961 permits a woman employee to request maternity leave if she has worked with the employer for at least 80 days in the 12 months preceding the expected delivery date. The Act is applicable to establishments with ten or more employees, excluding those covered under the Employees State Insurance Act, 1948, which also requires ten or more employees for its application. Maternity leave duration for both first and second-time mothers is 6 months or 26 wee ...ReadMore

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icon Maternity Benefits Related Questions

I am 8 months pregnant.I am eligible for the maternity Benefits as I have served in the company but the problem is my employer is saying either you take 50% of pay for 3 months and 3 months will be lo

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5 months ago


A. Dear Client,
Your pregnancy cannot be a ground for your termination from service. If the Company is contemplating taking any such illegal action against you for seeking benefits extended to a female employee under a statute/Act, then they may face worse consequences once you bring the matter to the notice of competent authority. The Maternity Benefit Act 1961 states that a woman employee can apply for Maternity leave even on a probation period if she has worked with the employer for 80 days in t ...ReadMore

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icon Leave without Pay

Hi, I have worked for a company for the last 3 years. I am 6 weeks pregnant now. I am unable to travel to the office as per doctor's advice. I requested to work from home, but my employer said no opti

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5 months ago


A. Dear Client,
You may consider exploring the Maternity Benefit Act provisions in your jurisdiction. In some cases, if an employer denies work from home and insists on relieving an employee, it could be beneficial to check if taking leave without pay is a viable option under the company policy or employment contract. Additionally, you could discuss the situation with your employer, explaining the challenges you are facing due to your pregnancy and seeking a possible resolution that allows you to c ...ReadMore

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icon Terminated from govt aided company metro

After joining to the organisation worked for nearly about 50days then I applied for maternity leave to the HR but I didn't recieved any acknowledgement copy or leave sanctioned copy. I also not follow

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6 months ago


A. Dear Sir
Please approach the following authority or similar authority in a state

The Office Commissioner of Labour

Section 12 in The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
12. Duties of conciliation officers.- (relevant section 12(2) of ID Act)

(1) Where any industrial dispute exists or is apprehended, the conciliation officer may, or where the dispute relates to a public utility service and a notice under section 22 has been given, shall hold conciliation proceedings in the prescribed manner.

(2) T ...ReadMore

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icon My employer is not providing paternity leaves

My employer is not providing paternity leaves

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6 months ago


A. Dear Client,
Your query requires a few more details like the date of joining, length of service rendered by you before delivery etc. However, it is to inform you that as per the provision of the Maternity Benefit Act, 1961, an employee is entitled to maternity leave with full pay on completion of at least 80 days of work in an establishment in the 12 months prior to her expected date of delivery. The duration of maternity leave for both first and second-time mothers is 6 months or 26 weeks. Thi ...ReadMore

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