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Indian Supreme Court Upholds Anti-Gay Law

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India's Supreme Court has upheld a 19th-century law making homosexual acts a crime, overturning an earlier court decision that had ruled the law invalid.   The court ruled Wednesday that a 2009 High Court decision to strike down the law was unconstitutional, and that a decision regarding the law should be made by Indian lawmakers, not the legal system.   The ruling was a blow to gay rights advocates, who largely expected the 2009 ruling to be upheld. Activists outside the...

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