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Indian High Courts on Suspension of Respondent during Pendency of Inquiry

Indian High Courts on Suspension of Respondent

Section 12 (1) of Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act and Rules, 2013 (“Law”) provides that during the pendency of an inquiry, on a written request made by the aggrieved woman, the Internal Committee or the Local Committee, as the case may be, may recommend to the employer to: transfer …

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Calcutta High Court on “Sexually Coloured Remarks”

sexually coloured remarks

In the case of Jishu Sengupta & Others vs. The State of West Bengal & Anr., decided by the High Court of Calcutta on 4th November, 2016, the Court held that statements with sexual connotations and sexual innuendos are “sexually coloured remarks” and fall within the definition of sexual harassment under Section 354A of the …

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Men and women – and the Indian perspective

rising number of sexual harassment

This blog is written mostly with the intent to fathom general opinion on: (1) The reasons that may be responsible for the rising number of sexual harassment complaints in India. Is it that the number of complaints have increased over the last few years because women have started getting sexually harassed more often? Or is …

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