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Archive | May 3, 2018

Section 377: Should it be wiped out or not


Section 377 of the IPC  which is commonly referred to as the ‘anti-sodomy law‘ was introduced during the British rule in India (1860), to criminalise homo-sexual activities. It terms voluntary carnal intercourse against the order of nature with man, woman or animal as ‘unnatural offences’ and prescribes punishment with imprisonment for life, or with imprisonment of either description fora term which may extend to ten years, and fine.

Source: http://www.newslaundry.com

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News for May 3, 2018


Important News from The Hindu, Livemint and Indian Express:

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