NEW DELHI, Jan. 12 -- Nothing can ruin a Saturday like a phone call from The Boss. It is a pain as real as a toothache and as irritating as a buffering video on a slow Internet connection. It should, therefore, come as a heart warming piece of news that certain Members of Parliament understand this pain. In an attempt to make all of our holidays better, a Private Member's Bill has been introduced in Parliament to give employees the right to refuse official calls after office hours. Member of Parliament from the Nationalist Congress Party, Supriya

Sule, has tabled the Right to Disconnect Bill seeking to "confer the right on every employee to disconnect from work related telephone calls and emails beyond work hours and on holidays and right ...