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Major setback for LGBTQ rights in Japan

Written by Neena Nagare Japanese gay couples do not fully enjoy the same rights that straight couples do including marrying each other and being able to share parental rights over each other’s children. For the same, three Japanese same-sex couples filed a case in the Osaka district court and sued the government for 1 million yen ($7,400) in damages. In […]

Passport Rules violative of Article 21: Delhi HC

Written by Shaurya Mahajan Today, the Delhi High court in the case of Lasya Kahli V Union Of India declared that the Passport Rules of 1980 requiring a transgender person to produce certificates of gender reassignment surgery for the issuance of a passport with declared sex were prima facie violative of Article 21 of the Constitution. A division bench consisting […]

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