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Brushed aside: medical evidence

The Supreme Court order upholding a 153-year-old law that effectively criminalises gay sex has ignored scientific evidence that homosexuality is not deviant in any sense, but merely a variation in human sexual behaviour, experts and lawyers have said....   | Read..

Voices of rebellion grow louder in Cong

The Congress leadership’s repeated assertions that Manmohan Singh would remain Prime Minister till the 2014 elections have not settled the argument within the party...   | Read..

Motivated to come out & maimed now

Lakhs of homosexual men and women across the country fear the return of blackmail and police extortion, pressure from families and social stigma after a four-year relief....   | Read..

Many condemned to lead lives of duality

I blame myself and I take the responsibility for not making enough noise or becoming more visible following the 105 pages of beautifully crafted 2009 Delhi High Court judgment...   | Read..

Storm clouds loom over AP House

The winter session of the Andhra Pradesh Assembly, expected to debate the state’s planned bifurcation, may end up as another spell of mudslinging among pro- and ant...   | Read..
Tarun Tejpal comes out of the district and sessions court in Panaji on Wednesday. Accused of sexually assaulting a colleague, the Tehelka edit ...  | Read
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Play a gay? Psst, not me

Karan Johar had to audition 22 actors for his critically acclaimed short in Bombay TalkiesRead..

Religious groups chant praise

In a rare alliance, Hindu, Muslim and Christian leaders today spoke in one voice — to wel...   | Read..

Air force’s ‘flying coffin’ laid to rest

MiG-21, the combat aircraft that earned monikers like the “flying coffin” and “widow-maker” and ...   | Read..

Petition for R-Day for Kashmir

A former central officer from Kashmir has moved the high court saying the state should celebrate Republic Day on the day...   | Read..

Police feel free to book offenders

Delhi police officers said today they would start booking offenders under Section 377 of the IPC, with the apex court up...   | Read..

Judge who once stood up

The hammer of justice has lost a “smiling assassin”....   | Read..

Asaram’s son ‘confesses’

Asaram Bapu’s son Narayan Sai has confessed to having raped a woman at his ashram over a decade ago, Surat police ...   | Read..

Advani poll credit to CMs minus Modi

L.K. Advani did not say a word about Narendra Modi when he gave his first response to the BJP’s victories in the s...   | Read..