Section #377 attracts international condemnation
The Supreme Court’s upholding of section 377 banning homosexual intercourse, has continued attracting global attention with thousands of newspaper articles globally [Google News], and protests by gay activists around the globe opposing the judgment [Gay Star News]

Anand Grover: #377 review petition and lobbying ongoing
Naz lawyer and Lawyers Collective co-founder Anand Grover confirms that Naz will be filing for a review petition and lobbying with parliament to change the law [DNA]

…as BJP speaks against ‘unnatural’ gay sex, Cong goes for youth
As most commentators in media and academia have criticised the Supreme Court’s decision on section 377, the BJP has come out in support of the verdict, with party president Rajnath Singh saying his party would support a ban “as we believe that homosexuality is an unnatural act” [NDTV] Congress might use the contrast to the BJP’s stance in the s. 377 issue to lure the youth vote away from Narendra Modi, argues the Deccan Chronicle

NCRB to begin publishing #377 ‘crime’ data
Meanwhile, the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) will collect and publish more detailed data on section 377 offences recorded by the police every year [PTI]

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Like +0 Object -0 Parmanand Pandey 28 Jan 14, 18:35
Anybody who has gone through the judgment of Justice Singhvi will countenance that it is based on correct interpretation of law and sagacious jurisprudence. Those who are making uproar against judgment belong to the vocal but perverted section of the society.
There is definitely no need for their ostracisation but they certainly deserve to be commiserated, properly handled and clinically treated. No doubt, they have the full backing of the media and that is why; they often try to overawe the judges and others by mocking and deriding. Now the Supreme Court by dismissing their review petition has provided finality to Singhvi’s judgment. It may be hoped that they will bow to it.
In fact, this vocal section of the LGBTs has always tried to drown the sane voice by their illogical howling on the TV stations. Surprisingly, they get huge space in English newspapers to put across their balderdash. They think that they can browbeat anyone, including the judges of the Supreme Court. Supreme Court deserves to be complimented for not falling prey to the cheap publicity and stuck to the ground of sound logic, fully supported by the natural, social and ethical order.
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