Orissa High Court
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“A child born out of surrogacy to be treated in the similar manner as a child born out of the natural process and provide the commissioning mother with all the benefits provided thereto.”

delhi high court
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“Mere creation of the welfare legislation is not enough. A duty is cast upon the State and the subjects of the Act, to uphold the integrity, objective and the provisions of the legislation in its true letter and spirit.”

maternity benefits
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“The expression “discharge” is of wide import, and it would include “discharge on conclusion of the contractual period”.”

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Karnataka High Court: Noting that the nature of work assigned to a woman cannot be carried from home, R Devdas, J., held

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Kerala High Court: Addressing a matter wherein maternity benefits were not being allowed to female officers, Raja Vijayaraghavan V, JJ., expressed that

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Jharkhand High Court: S. N. Pathak, J., directed the State of Jharkhand to provide maternity benefits to a contractual employee whose demand

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Kerala High Court: The Bench of A. Muhamed Mustaque, J. disposed of a petition by stating that maternity benefits cannot be denied