Section 377 verdict to be decided on law, not majority view: SC – Times of India


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Section 377 verdict to be decided on law, not majority view: SC
Times of India
NEW DELHI: The final countdown for the likely decriminalisation of gay sex among consenting adults got underway on Thursday with the Supreme Court 90 minutes away from reserving its verdict, refusing to buy an argument that a “majority opposed …
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