The Supreme Court may have effectively criminalised homosexuality, but maybe the best way to understanding differences is to know the lives affected by such a ruling. So, this Valentine's Day, we bring you two stories of same-sex relationships. Read them, and perhaps you might agree that love has no shade of grey.
Jamaat-e-Islami Hind- India’s largest and most influential body of Muslim clerics- on Thursday organized a joint press conference of different religious leaders to raise voice in unison against attempts by the Government to decriminalize homosexuality. All leaders welcomed the apex court order upholding the Article 377 which holds homosexuality a criminal offence. They warned the government against any move to nullify the order and legalize homosexuality. >>>
The Home Ministry on Thursday distanced itself from its court representative’s statement that homosexuality is “immoral” and clarified that it has decided not to challenge the Delhi High Court's 2009 decision to decriminalise homosexuality. >>>