You can file a petition for divorce on the ground of desertion , as only after 11 months of the marriage your husband has abandoned you. In case your husband do not represent or defend his case in court, the court will grant an ex-parte decree of divorce to you.
You can also file case under Domestic violence Act, 2005 for relief and to get back all your stridhan, gifts, money and other valuable items given to you either by your parents or in-laws at the time or after the marriage and also you can seek for compensation and damages for the mental cruelty suffered by you due to the actions of your husband and his family members. This law applies to all irrespective of religion or caste.
You can also file a police complaint against your inlaws, in case they have committed any kind of violence upon you.
1. Move the Civil Courts judicial matter's Service of Summon via The Ministry of Law and Justice Department of Legal Affairs which is the designated Central Authority under The Hague Service Convention which India is signatory of in asked Civil matter and not the way you mention Service of Summons works!.
2. But even if you somehow succeed and he still does not appear and a ex part Judgment has been pronounced then under The Convention (Art. 16) he has limitation period of 1 year to challenge the same. Moreover this is in addition to Condonation of Delay under (India) Limitation Act which may even extend (means get allowed) beyond 1 year period too to challenge the ex part Judgment as we have seen in many cases which went for Appeal which makes your query go back to point where it started.
3. However try your luck now that you spoke of Service of Summon abroad under some guidance you received so far and for the same get allowed Service of Summon via Ministry via an appropriate Order in set Format / Form Annexure from the Trial Court first and then try your luck in moving the Mandarins at South Block invoking The Hague Service Convention in a divorce related matter and then still get worried about para 2 which is his Constitutional rights r/w The Hague Service Convention Rules I hinted above. Total likes : 3 times
Is there any provision of cancellation of passport
Rajiv Dayal v. Union of India & Ors. is another judgment which shows that the wife also has an available remedy under Section 10 of the Passport Act of impounding and/or revocation of the passport of her NRI husband if he failed to respond to the summons by the Indian courts.