The Central Civil Services (Leave) Rules, 1972 provides with paternity leave. But such a welfare measure is not provided by the various states in India, including the state of Tamil Nadu. This case marks the need for paternity leave legislation in India.
The biological parents first decided to give their child in adoption due to the financial crisis during COVID-19 pandemic but decided to take their son back after discussion with their respective families.
Delhi High Court: V. Kameswar Rao, J., addressed a matter wherein a minor child was not able to apply for a passport
The Central Government has notified the amendments to the Adoption Regulations, 2017, made by the Central Adoption Resource Authority vide Adoption (First
Bombay High Court: Manish Pitale, J., while stressing upon the concept of adoption expressed that: The practice of adoption has been prevalent
“The death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what one dies inside us while we live.”