30th April 2014
Watch: United Nations releases pro-gay Bollywood music video 2
7:35 PM — The United Nations has unveiled a pro-gay Bollywood music video in response to India's sodomy law.
India: Gay college student kills 11-year-old relative after having sex with him 31
11:08 AM — A gay Indian college student has been arrested for killing a boy who he had sex with.
26th April 2014
Australia: Indian gay student granted asylum after being held captive by family 6
11:55 AM — A gay Indian student whose family attempted to force him into an arranged marriage with a woman has been granted asylum in Australia.
22nd April 2014
India: Supreme Court agrees to hear plea against anti-gay law 3
2:45 PM — The Indian Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear a plea by gay rights activists against a recently reinstated law banning gay sex.
21st April 2014
India: Trans woman runs for parliament as independent anti-corruption candidate 2
4:56 PM — An Indian trans woman has become the first ever to run for a seat in parliament, as an independent candidate.
India: Supreme Court urged to consider review of anti-gay law after third gender ruling 2
3:31 PM — A law that re-criminalised homosexuality in India could be heading back to the country's Supreme Court, after a separate ruling in favour of trans people.
15th April 2014
Indian Supreme Court legally recognises transgender people for the first time 9
11:20 AM — India's Supreme Court has issued a landmark verdict creating a new category that allows transgender people to identify themselves as such on official documents.
10th April 2014
Foreign Office: India recriminalising homosexuality was ‘unexpected’ 16
10:53 PM — A report from the Foreign Office says India's recriminalisation of homosexuality was 'unexpected'.
6th April 2014
India: Bollywood filmmaker drops support for political party as they ‘let down’ gay groups 2
4:01 PM — A Bollywood filmmaker has withdrawn his support from the country's new anti-corruption party, as they haven't pledged to de-criminalise homosexuality in their manifesto.
1st April 2014
Activists file new legal challenge at Indian Supreme Court over gay sex ban 1
12:51 PM — Campaigners in India have begun a new challenge against the Supreme Court’s decision to recriminalise homosexuality.
28th January 2014
Indian Supreme Court refuses to review decision to ban gay sex 15
11:34 AM — India's Supreme Court has refused to review its decision to reinstate a 153-year-old law that criminalises homosexuality.
27th January 2014
Indian Supreme Court to consider review of gay sex ban 1
4:34 PM — India's Supreme Court has announced it will take up a petition filed against a law banning homosexuality.
23rd January 2014
LGBT rights panel at Davos: ‘We still have a huge struggle’ for equality 1
4:25 PM — A panel at the 2014 Davos Annual Meeting convened to discuss LGBT issues around the world concluded that "we still have a huge struggle."
12th January 2014
Over 100 demonstrators gather in London against Indian gay sex ban 5
12:27 PM — Over 100 demonstrators gathered outside London's High Commission of India on Sunday to campaign against the Indian Supreme Court’s decision to reinstate a ban on gay sex.
3rd January 2014
Indian Supreme Court defends anti-gay ruling after government criticism 12
12:27 PM — The Supreme Court of India has criticised government ministers for speaking out against last month’s decision of the court to re-criminalise homosexuality.
30th December 2013
Satirical video against reinstated Indian gay sex ban features Bollywood star Imran Khan 12
6:45 PM — A Bollywood star is heading up a campaign against the recently reinstated ban on gay sex in India through a satirical video highlighting ignorances around gay issues.
Kaleidoscope Trust: 2013 has been a ‘terrible year for LGBT rights’
5:07 PM — 2013 has been overshadowed by serious challenges to the rights of LGBT people, according to the Kaleidoscope Trust's annual review.
26th December 2013
Feature: The most important international stories of 2013 3
10:40 AM — Having brought you the most important UK and US stories of 2013, it is only natural to follow with the most important international stories of the year too.
25th December 2013
India: ‘Gay sex ban will harm fights against AIDS’ say activists
12:49 PM — Gay rights activists and health workers in India have warned that the Supreme Court's ruling earlier this month criminalising gay sex will undo the recent progress made towards fighting AIDS in the country.
20th December 2013
India’s Law Minister: Government is attempting to reverse ruling that reinstated gay sex ban 11
11:23 AM — The Indian federal Law Minister Kapil Sibal has said that the the government has filed a petition with the country's Supreme Court to reverse the decision that led to gay sex being re-criminalised earlier this month.