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India to rethink colonial-era law criminalising gay sex

Supreme court to re-examine law that activists say is used to blackmail LBGTI Indians and block HIV and Aids initiatives India may be on the verge of a major victory for gay rights after the country’s supreme court agreed to re-examine a colonial-era law outlawing sex between men. The court …

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FA Cup: talking points from the action in the third round

Mark Robins’ eye-catching Coventry deserve their headlines, Liverpool have a bargain in Andrew Robertson and Wolves are already good enough for top flight Amid all the hoopla over the departing Mark Hughes, it is right to take a moment to praise Coventry City. They were deserved winners of the third-round …

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Rail strikes at five train companies as workers walk out

RMT union claims solid support for action in the long-running dispute over the role of guards Rail workers at five train companies are said to be “solidly supporting” strikes in the long-running dispute over the role of guards. Services were disrupted, with cancellations and replacement buses in some parts of …

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