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Gay marriage, adoption allowed in France from 2013: PM


Gay couples will be allowed to get married and to adopt children from next year in France, Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault announced on Tuesday.

"In the first half of 2013, the right to marriage an

‘Rage on hiv infection led to anil’s murder’

Suspicion of HIV infection led to the murder of gay activist Anil Sadanandan at his harbor quarters near Thangassery on May 10, police said.

The police team probing the case arrested four youths, an

Gay rights activist's murder: Virtual world shocked


Members of the social media like Facebook and Twitter strongly condemned the brutal murder of gay activist Anil Sadanandan who was found murdered at his quarters in Thankassery, Kollam, on Thursday.

Gay rights activist found murdered


Gay rights activist Anil Aayiramthengu was found murdered at the harbour quarters in Thankassery on Thursday morning.

A native of Idachira near Karunagapally, Anil, 39, was working as a watcher cum

Romney denies targeting classmates for being gay


Mitt Romney apologized on Thursday for ‘stupid’ high school pranks that may have gone too far and moved quickly to stamp out any notion that he bullied schoolmates because they were gay. His swift res

Obama voices his support for gay marriage


Ending months of equivocation, U.S. President Barack Obama declared his support for gay marriage on Wednesday, an announcement fraught with history that also injects a potentially polarizing issue int

2 US men arrested on gay cruise in Caribbean

Two California men on a gay cruise of the Caribbean were arrested on Wednesday in Dominica, where sex between two men is illegal.

Police Constable John George said police boarded the cruise ship and

Archbishop of Canterbury to step down amid rifts


Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, the spiritual leader of the world's Anglicans, said on Friday he will resign at the end of the year after a decade of turmoil over female and gay bishops.


Iraqi 'emo's under threat amid brutal killings

Young Iraqi teenagers widely perceived to be gay are being brutally killed in Baghdad with Shiite militias distributing lists of targets warning of further assaults, officials and human rights groups

Chidambaram regrets faux pas by senior law officer in SC on gay sex

Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Wednesday expressed regret over the faux pas made by a senior law officer in the Supreme Court on the issue of homosexuality and said this had ‘embarrassed the Ho

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