France has finally acted on its motto, 'Liberty, equality and Fraternity' when its President Francois Hollande legalised the law allowing gay marriage amid bitter protests on Saturday.
India is too resilient for words to express. She moves on amidst storm and draught, thick and thin. Following the mass protests against the rape of a five-year-old in Delhi last month, society has held back its sympathies towards other cases.
Terming the fight against homophobia as a core part of battle for human rights, United Nations General Secretary Ban-Ki-moon in strong words called for repeal of draconian laws used to criminalize and punish LGBT.
A 10-year-old student of government primary school at Basanti, West Bengal, succumbed to his injuries after being hit on the head by his teacher.
Just days after High Court questioned the inaction by Punjab police against Honey Singh, a First Investigation Report (FIR) has been booked against the pop singer on Friday.
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