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Activists mourn as India's Supreme Court stands firm on gay-sex ban

By Reuters | Tue, 28 Jan 2014 12:56 PM
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NEW DELHI, Jan 28 (Reuters) - India's Supreme Court has refused to review a month-old ruling that banned gay sex in the world's largest democracy, standing firm on a decision that outraged the ruling party and human rights activists around the world.

The government and seven human rights groups had filed petitions asking the court to review its decision, in the hope it would be overturned.

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