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Criminals once again – A critique of the Supreme Court of India’s decision to recriminalize homosexuality

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An Opinion Editorial by Nivvedan Senthamil Selvan In a surprising turn of events, and a major blow to LGBT rights in India, the Supreme Court of India has overturned the landmark 2009 Delhi High Court judgement which decriminalized homosexuality, terming it “legally unsustainable”. This perhaps makes India the only country ever to re-criminalize homosexuality. The […]

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Click on the writers name to view their catalogue of work Simon Farnsworth: Editor of World News Today. Contact the editor on Linkedin. Naila Missous is currently studying at the University of Manchester. Naila covers the Middle East and Africa for WNT while also challenging commonly held views that Western culture hold over Muslims and Arab nations. Alex Jones is a freelance journalist […]

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Government of India clarifies its stance on homosexuality fearing the Supreme Court’s wrath

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By Nivvedan Senthamil Selvan, Mumbai The Attorney General of India has appeared in the Supreme Court today to clarify that the government does not have any legal objections to the decriminalization of homosexuality by the Delhi High Court in 2009. Early this year, around 20 petitions were filed in the Supreme Court of India against […]

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Anti-gay petitions filed to outlaw homosexuality in India

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By Nivvedan Senthamil Selvan, Mumbai Around 20 petitions have been filed in the Supreme Court of India against the 2009 Delhi High Court ruling that decriminalized homosexuality in the country. The petitioners are mostly religious organizations and some individuals who claim to be acting in the interest of protecting public morality and social order. The […]

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