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  • Blog: How The CBI Big Fight Started: The Inside Story

    Blog: How The CBI Big Fight Started: The Inside Story

    2018 could be the year of the Supreme Court clean-up. It banished antiquated laws that criminalised homosexuality and adultery, but to really seal its position this year, our top court has a really dirty job in its yard - the mess that is the CBI or Central Bureau of Investigation.

  • "Can't Keep Women Away From Temple": Dipak Misra On Sabarimala Verdict

    "Can't Keep Women Away From Temple": Dipak Misra On Sabarimala Verdict

    Former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, who headed the benches that delivered a series of judgements on important issues including the criminalisation of politics, adultery, homosexuality, lynching and Sabarimala temple, said on Friday that an individual cannot be bereft of the idea of constitutional morality.

  • Lesbian "Witches" Chained, Raped By Families For "Correction" In Cameroon

    Lesbian "Witches" Chained, Raped By Families For "Correction" In Cameroon

    Belief in witchcraft is widespread in Cameroon. Even though it is illegal to practice black magic, authorities do little to stop families consulting sorcerers who perform ritual sacrifices to 'cure' their relatives of homosexuality.

  • Sabarimala Latest In Burst Of Progressive Verdicts, Says Foreign Media

    Sabarimala Latest In Burst Of Progressive Verdicts, Says Foreign Media

    In a burst of progressive activism, India's Supreme Court in September delivered a slew of judgments that overturned colonial era laws and questioned government overreach. In the past month, the country's top court legalized homosexuality, decriminalized adultery and clipped the scope of a government biometric program, bowing to demands from privac...

  • Post-Section 377, Court Allows Kerala Lesbian Couple To Live Together

    Post-Section 377, Court Allows Kerala Lesbian Couple To Live Together

    The Kerala High Court has allowed a lesbian couple to live together, in a significant verdict that came weeks after the Supreme Court decriminalised homosexuality.

  • "LGBTQ Community Part Of Society": Mohan Bhagwat Keeps Up With Times

    "LGBTQ Community Part Of Society": Mohan Bhagwat Keeps Up With Times

    When the Supreme Court scrapped a part of the 157-year-old Section 377 allowing consensual gay sex between adults, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)agreed with the judgment that homosexuality was not a crime.However, itstressed its opposition towards "this kind of relationship" and maintained its stance that gay relationships aren't "compatible...

  • TISS, India's First Campus To Start Gender-Neutral Hostel

    TISS, India's First Campus To Start Gender-Neutral Hostel

    After the historic verdict by the Supreme Court to scrap Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) that criminalised homosexuality, India has become the first-ever country to have a gender-neutral hostel.

  • 'Pink Dollar' To Boost India's Economy After Gay Sex Legalized

    'Pink Dollar' To Boost India's Economy After Gay Sex Legalized

    India's private sector is set to enter a new era of inclusiveness, after a landmark Supreme Court ruling decriminalized homosexuality in a move that's expected to provide a significant boost to the South Asian nation's $2.6 trillion economy.

  • Gay Marriages Will Destroy Society: Pastor Shouts In Court Complex

    Gay Marriages Will Destroy Society: Pastor Shouts In Court Complex

    Days after the Supreme Court decriminalised homosexuality, a city-based pastor created a flutter in a court complex here Monday, raising slogans against the landmark judgment and claiming that same sex marriage would lead to natural calamities, police said.

  • Everyone Has The Right To Die With Dignity: Chief Justice On Euthanasia

    Everyone Has The Right To Die With Dignity: Chief Justice On Euthanasia

    Just a few days after the Supreme Court gave a landmark judgment by decriminalising homosexuality, Chief Justice of India (CJI), Dipak Misra said that each individual has the right to life as well as the right to live with dignity, but cases involving conflicting interest have to be dealt with in a balanced manner.

  • For Men Arrested Under Anti-Gay Law, Hope After Supreme Court Verdict

    For Men Arrested Under Anti-Gay Law, Hope After Supreme Court Verdict

    The Supreme Court verdict decriminalising gay sex has finally given some concrete hope to those arrested under the colonial-era Section 377 in India. In some of these instances, court cases have dragged on for close to three decades. Latest crime figures from UP show the state had the maximum number of arrests under the archaic law in 2016 - a mass...

  • Section 377 Based On Law By Henry VIII In 1533, Explains Supreme Court

    Section 377 Based On Law By Henry VIII In 1533, Explains Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court, which unanimously struck down part of the British-era law that criminalised gay sex, has traced the history of the 158-year-old provision in its judgement back to the reign of King Henry VIII in 1533.

  • "I'm So Gay Today": Mumbai Man's Coming Out Post Is Winning Facebook

    "I'm So Gay Today": Mumbai Man's Coming Out Post Is Winning Facebook

    "I am so Gay Today (literally and figuratively) as I am no longer a criminal," wrote Arnab Nandy in a viral Facebook post, celebrating the Supreme Court verdict decriminalising homosexuality.

  • This Is What Google, Facebook Did After Top Court's Section 377 Verdict

    This Is What Google, Facebook Did After Top Court's Section 377 Verdict

    Google India put out a 'rainbow flag' on its homepage on Thursday to mark the decriminalisation of consensual gay sex by the Supreme Court.

  • "Ruling Will Be First Step": United Nations Lauds Section 377 Verdict

    "Ruling Will Be First Step": United Nations Lauds Section 377 Verdict

    United Nations India Thursday lauded the Supreme Court for striking down a "key component" of IPC's Section 377 which criminalises "specific sexual acts between adults" and said the judgment will boost efforts to eliminate stigma and discrimination against LGBTI persons.

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  • Blog: How The CBI Big Fight Started: The Inside Story

    Blog: How The CBI Big Fight Started: The Inside Story

    2018 could be the year of the Supreme Court clean-up. It banished antiquated laws that criminalised homosexuality and adultery, but to really seal its position this year, our top court has a really dirty job in its yard - the mess that is the CBI or Central Bureau of Investigation.

  • "Can't Keep Women Away From Temple": Dipak Misra On Sabarimala Verdict

    "Can't Keep Women Away From Temple": Dipak Misra On Sabarimala Verdict

    Former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, who headed the benches that delivered a series of judgements on important issues including the criminalisation of politics, adultery, homosexuality, lynching and Sabarimala temple, said on Friday that an individual cannot be bereft of the idea of constitutional morality.

  • Lesbian "Witches" Chained, Raped By Families For "Correction" In Cameroon

    Lesbian "Witches" Chained, Raped By Families For "Correction" In Cameroon

    Belief in witchcraft is widespread in Cameroon. Even though it is illegal to practice black magic, authorities do little to stop families consulting sorcerers who perform ritual sacrifices to 'cure' their relatives of homosexuality.

  • Sabarimala Latest In Burst Of Progressive Verdicts, Says Foreign Media

    Sabarimala Latest In Burst Of Progressive Verdicts, Says Foreign Media

    In a burst of progressive activism, India's Supreme Court in September delivered a slew of judgments that overturned colonial era laws and questioned government overreach. In the past month, the country's top court legalized homosexuality, decriminalized adultery and clipped the scope of a government biometric program, bowing to demands from privac...

  • Post-Section 377, Court Allows Kerala Lesbian Couple To Live Together

    Post-Section 377, Court Allows Kerala Lesbian Couple To Live Together

    The Kerala High Court has allowed a lesbian couple to live together, in a significant verdict that came weeks after the Supreme Court decriminalised homosexuality.

  • "LGBTQ Community Part Of Society": Mohan Bhagwat Keeps Up With Times

    "LGBTQ Community Part Of Society": Mohan Bhagwat Keeps Up With Times

    When the Supreme Court scrapped a part of the 157-year-old Section 377 allowing consensual gay sex between adults, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)agreed with the judgment that homosexuality was not a crime.However, itstressed its opposition towards "this kind of relationship" and maintained its stance that gay relationships aren't "compatible...

  • TISS, India's First Campus To Start Gender-Neutral Hostel

    TISS, India's First Campus To Start Gender-Neutral Hostel

    After the historic verdict by the Supreme Court to scrap Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) that criminalised homosexuality, India has become the first-ever country to have a gender-neutral hostel.

  • 'Pink Dollar' To Boost India's Economy After Gay Sex Legalized

    'Pink Dollar' To Boost India's Economy After Gay Sex Legalized

    India's private sector is set to enter a new era of inclusiveness, after a landmark Supreme Court ruling decriminalized homosexuality in a move that's expected to provide a significant boost to the South Asian nation's $2.6 trillion economy.

  • Gay Marriages Will Destroy Society: Pastor Shouts In Court Complex

    Gay Marriages Will Destroy Society: Pastor Shouts In Court Complex

    Days after the Supreme Court decriminalised homosexuality, a city-based pastor created a flutter in a court complex here Monday, raising slogans against the landmark judgment and claiming that same sex marriage would lead to natural calamities, police said.

  • Everyone Has The Right To Die With Dignity: Chief Justice On Euthanasia

    Everyone Has The Right To Die With Dignity: Chief Justice On Euthanasia

    Just a few days after the Supreme Court gave a landmark judgment by decriminalising homosexuality, Chief Justice of India (CJI), Dipak Misra said that each individual has the right to life as well as the right to live with dignity, but cases involving conflicting interest have to be dealt with in a balanced manner.

  • For Men Arrested Under Anti-Gay Law, Hope After Supreme Court Verdict

    For Men Arrested Under Anti-Gay Law, Hope After Supreme Court Verdict

    The Supreme Court verdict decriminalising gay sex has finally given some concrete hope to those arrested under the colonial-era Section 377 in India. In some of these instances, court cases have dragged on for close to three decades. Latest crime figures from UP show the state had the maximum number of arrests under the archaic law in 2016 - a mass...

  • Section 377 Based On Law By Henry VIII In 1533, Explains Supreme Court

    Section 377 Based On Law By Henry VIII In 1533, Explains Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court, which unanimously struck down part of the British-era law that criminalised gay sex, has traced the history of the 158-year-old provision in its judgement back to the reign of King Henry VIII in 1533.

  • "I'm So Gay Today": Mumbai Man's Coming Out Post Is Winning Facebook

    "I'm So Gay Today": Mumbai Man's Coming Out Post Is Winning Facebook

    "I am so Gay Today (literally and figuratively) as I am no longer a criminal," wrote Arnab Nandy in a viral Facebook post, celebrating the Supreme Court verdict decriminalising homosexuality.

  • This Is What Google, Facebook Did After Top Court's Section 377 Verdict

    This Is What Google, Facebook Did After Top Court's Section 377 Verdict

    Google India put out a 'rainbow flag' on its homepage on Thursday to mark the decriminalisation of consensual gay sex by the Supreme Court.

  • "Ruling Will Be First Step": United Nations Lauds Section 377 Verdict

    "Ruling Will Be First Step": United Nations Lauds Section 377 Verdict

    United Nations India Thursday lauded the Supreme Court for striking down a "key component" of IPC's Section 377 which criminalises "specific sexual acts between adults" and said the judgment will boost efforts to eliminate stigma and discrimination against LGBTI persons.

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