Articles about Section 377
15 May 2022India
The Bombay High Court has declared that kissing on the lips and fondling are not unnatural activities under Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
14 Oct 2020India
In what qualifies as a progressive statement, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday, while hearing petitions of two same-sex couples regarding the legal recognition of their marriages, said laws are gender-neutral.
26 Sep 2019India
In a horrific incident, a 36-year-old man sustained grievous injuries after he was assaulted and gangraped by five men in Vashi, Navi Mumbai on Monday night.
04 Jul 2019India
A temple in Varanasi witnessed a peculiar event on Tuesday, after two cousins, dressed in jeans and t-shirts, married one another.
10 May 2019Entertainment
Following the success of Shubh Mangal Savdhan, a 2017 film that deals with erectile dysfunction, producer Aanand L. Rai brings to you a sequel titled Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan.
19 Apr 2019India
Days after the Supreme Court dismissed a petition seeking civil rights for the LGBTQ+ community, a group of three friends have kick-started an initiative to ensure queer issues get political precedence.
19 Mar 2019India
The roads of Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, were painted 'rainbow' on Sunday as the first pride parade after reading down of Section 377 was organized in the state.
05 Feb 2019Mumbai
Almost five months after the Supreme Court read down Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, India's financial capital, hosted its first same-sex wedding reception at Anantha hotel, Kanjurmarg, last week.
25 Jan 2019India
The Supreme Court took a landmark decision last year as it read down Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) which criminalized gay sex.
10 Jan 2019India
Addressing his annual press conference in New Delhi, Army Chief Bipin Rawat on Thursday said the army won't decriminalize gay sex in the army.
02 Jan 2019India
Breaking gender barriers, two women from Uttar Pradesh, who were in love with each other for six years, divorced their husbands and got married to each other recently.
31 Dec 2018India
If 2018 can be summed up for India in a phrase, it would be called the 'year of reforms'.
27 Dec 2018Entertainment
Love stories are dime a dozen in Bollywood and are the staple of most mainstream releases.
10 Dec 2018India
India, the country with its archaic laws has never made a welcoming environment for individuals belonging to the LGBTQ community.
09 Dec 2018Entertainment
Kamaal R Khan, who is known for his problematic statements, has made it to the headlines for yet another controversy.
29 Nov 2018India
Find what you love and let it kill you, for it is better to be killed by a loved one.
20 Oct 2018India
Saying rights of adults can't be curtailed, the Kerala High Court recently came to rescue of a woman who wanted to live with her lesbian partner.
01 Oct 2018India
Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra held court, along with his successor Ranjan Gogoi, for the last time today.
30 Sep 2018India
Striking down 158-year-old provisions of adultery under IPC Section 497, the Supreme Court recently said, "Any provision of law affecting individual dignity and equality of women invites wrath of Constitution. It's time to say that husband is not the master of wife."
28 Sep 2018India
A former student of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) in Mumbai, has filed a complaint with the institute's internal complaints committee, alleging that he was raped by a visiting speaker.
10 Sep 2018Entertainment
'Aligarh' writer Apurva Asrani is beaming with joy after reading down of Section 377 and has lauded the Supreme Court's decision.
10 Sep 2018India
Encouraged by the Supreme Court's verdict of decriminalising homosexuality, India's first transgender bureaucrat, Aishwarya Rituparna Pradhan, wishes to get married to her long-time boyfriend.
08 Sep 2018India
The Supreme Court, which unanimously struck down part of the British-era law that criminalized gay sex, has traced the history of the 158-year-old provision in its judgment back to the reign of King Henry VIII in 1533.
07 Sep 2018India
It was all cheers and happy tears in the compound of Supreme Court and the country, in general, on Thursday as the apex court declared homosexuality was no longer a crime in India.
06 Sep 2018World
The world media today hailed the overturning of a colonial-era law in India that criminalized gay sex, saying the landmark ruling was a boost for gay rights not only in the world's largest democracy but also the world.
Homosexuality is not a crime, the RSS said on Thursday, while maintaining that it doesn't support same-sex marriage as it was "not natural".
Heading a constitutional bench which read down Section 377 of the IPC, CJI Dipak Misra scripted history.
06 Sep 2018Entertainment
The Supreme Court, on Thursday, passed the historic judgement of decriminalizing Section 377.
The five-judge bench unanimously read down Section 377 of the IPC making 'Pride' the color of the season.
Reading down the Section 377 of IPC, the Supreme Court gave a landmark judgement on Thursday.
All eyes are set on the Supreme Court as it will, in a short while, give judgement on Section 377. The hearings lasted for four days in July, and the constitutional bench headed by CJI Dipak Misra had reserved the verdict then.
In a landmark judgement, the constitutional bench of the Supreme Court on Thursday scrapped IPC Section 377 which made gay sex 'unnatural'.
25 Aug 2018India
A man was booked in Jaipur on Friday for having unnatural sex with a female stray dog, police said.
29 Jul 2018India
In a ghastly incident, eight men, most of them drug addicts, allegedly gangraped a three-month pregnant goat in Mewat, Haryana.
19 Jul 2018India
A Gujarat woman has approached the court seeking stringent action against her husband for forcing her to perform oral sex in their four years of marriage.
17 Jul 2018India
The SC has reserved its order on the constitutionality of Section 377, arguments on which began on July 10.