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Chinese worker tries to poison pregnant co-worker to avoid her extra workload

The woman tried terminate the co-worker's pregnancy by poisoning her water so she could avoid the higher workload which her maternity leave would cause.

The police is investigating the matter. (Pixabay)
Published on Apr 02, 2024 12:27 PM IST
ByVrinda Jain

180 days maternity leave for education dept cooks, helpers: Sukhu

Earlier, there was no such provision of maternity leave for the above category and necessary directions in this regard have been issued to the concerned department, he said in a statement issued in Shimla

Himachal Pradesh Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu (HT File)
Updated on Feb 07, 2024 09:10 AM IST
By, Shimla

Edelweiss MF CEO 'never discussed maternity leave' with her boss

Radhika Gupta reshared a snippet from her conversation with Shantanu Deshpande on X where she revealed about her maternity leave.

Edelweiss MF CEO Radhika Gupta shared about her views on maternity leave. (Instagram/@iamradhikagupta)
Published on Dec 04, 2023 11:00 AM IST
ByVrinda Jain

Six civil services officers reshuffled in Chandigarh

PCS officer Jagdeep Saigal is joining on deputation with the Chandigarh administration and HCS officer Isha Kamboj is rejoining after maternity leave.

Jagdeep Saigal has been assigned the post of administrator, Market Committee, Chandigarh, relieving HCS office Sanyam Garg of the charge. (HT File)
Updated on Nov 17, 2023 08:32 AM IST
By, Chandigarh

No bias against a mother over maternity leave: Rajasthan HC

The Rajasthan high court has ruled that maternity leave must be granted to women who have children through surrogacy, stating that any distinction between different types of mothers is an "insult" to motherhood. The court ordered the state to grant the petitioner 180 days of maternity leave and to enact legislation for maternity leave for surrogate and commissioning mothers. The court argued that the right to motherhood is protected under Article 21 of the Constitution of India and that newborn babies born through surrogacy need the love, care, and protection of their mother during the early crucial period after birth.

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Updated on Nov 09, 2023 05:54 AM IST
ByDinesh Bothra , Jodhpur
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