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Geje Eustaquio’s climb back to top begins vs rising South Korean

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first_imgHontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Old timer Rafi Reavis has no plans of slowing down: ‘I have a lot left’ Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting LATEST STORIES ONE: Geje Eustaquio, Adriano Moraes looking for convincing finish to trilogy PLAY LIST 01:27ONE: Geje Eustaquio, Adriano Moraes looking for convincing finish to trilogy00:50Trending Articles01:22Learning doesn’t stop for Geje Eustaquio—inside and outside ONE cage02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netMANILA, Philippines—Geje Eustaquio begins treading the trail back to the top of the flyweight division in ONE: Enter the Dragon on May 17 at Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore.Eustaquio is on the road to redemption after losing the world title to Brazilian rival Adriano Moraes in their third fight three months ago.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Standing in Eustaquio’s way is South Korea’s Kim Kyu Sung, who is making his promotional debut as part of the loaded fight card.“We don’t know much about our upcoming opponent as he’ll be making his debut, but we know that he’s tall and lanky, so we’ll have to prepare for that,” Eustaquio said.“I can’t wait to bounce back and start over again. Rest assured, you’ll see the best version of me in Singapore.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsThe 30-year-old Team Lakay veteran doesn’t have a good grasp about his opponent but one thing is certain: Sung can fight.Sung owns a 9-2 record with seven of his wins coming by stoppage. Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess MOST READ “I wish to get back in the winning column and pave a new path to World Title contention,” he said. “I’m in a new era now, which simply means it’s all or nothing.”“The most important thing is to not leave it in the judges’ hands this time,” he said. “So expect me to go all out.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. SEA Games hosting troubles anger Dutertelast_img read more

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Christmas surprise! Santa Barack Obama wins hearts at children’s hospital

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first_imgBesides being a popular President, former US President Barack Obama has also been incredibly close to children and charities supporting child health.To make a mark, yet again, Obama style, Former US President gave a surprise visit to ailing children at the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington on Wednesday.Thank you @BarackObama for making our patients’ day so much brighter. Your surprise warmed our hallways and put smiles on everyone’s faces! Our patients loved your companyand your gifts! https://t.co/bswxSrA4sQ #HolidaysAtChildrens #ObamaAndKids pic.twitter.com/qii53UbSRSChildren’s National (@childrenshealth) 19 December 2018″Thank you @BarackObama for making our patients’ day so much brighter. Your surprise warmed our hallways and put smiles on everyone’s faces! Our patients loved your companyand your gifts,” the hospital wrote on Twitter.The father of two, Obama sported a festive Santa hat while carrying sacks of gifts to surprise the children at the facility.In a video released by Children’s National Hospital’s official Twitter handle, Obama can be seen mingling, playing and joking with the kids while being the perfect father Santa this Christmas season.”I just want to say thank you to all of you guys. We’ve had the chance to talk to some of the wonderful kids and their families,” Obama told staff at the hospital.”As the dad of two girls, I can only imagine in that situation to have nurses and staff and doctors and people who are caring for them, and looking after them… that’s the most important thing there is,” he added.advertisementThey also shared a picture of the 44th US President looking sleek as Santa on their Instagram page. They wrote, “Who said the Grinch stole Christmas?! Our patients and their families received a HUGE holiday surprise when @barackobama warmed our hallways with a huge bag of gifts for our patients! Thank you so much for visiting! #SWIPELEFT to see more! #Holidaysatchildrens #ObamaAndKids #ObamaClaus.”Keeping up the tradition, Obama visited the Boys and Girls Club in Washington last year, while dressed up as Santa.ALSO SEE: Swiggy delivery boy saves 10 people in Mumbai hospital fire. Internet showers loveALSO WATCH: Chinese farmer cultivates millions of cockroaches to consume tonnes of kitchen wastelast_img read more

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State League Wrap

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first_imgVT LEAGUERESULTSWOMEN’S – ROUND FIVEMelbourne City Lions 6 def Bayside Vipers 4Casey Cougars 7 def Western Dodgers 5Uni Blues 3 def Northern Falcons 2WOMEN’S – ROUND SIXMelbourne City Lions 5 def Uni Blues 1Casey Cougars 4 def by Bayside Vipers 7Northern Falcons 5 def Western Dodgers 3WOMEN’S – ROUND SEVENBayside Vipers 13 def Northern Falcons 2Melbourne City Lions 14 def Casey Cougars 5Western Dodgers 3 def by Uni Blues 4 SA MIXED STATE LEAGUEROUND TWO RESULTSPREMIER DIVISIONEastern Stingrays 6 def Defence Eagles 1South West Wolves 5 def Northern Vipers 4Scorpions – byeB DIVISIONCentral Scorpions 5 def Eastern Stingrays 4Northern Vipers 10 def South West Wolves 2 The Eastern Stingrays sit on top of the Premier Division table following their 6-1 win over the Defence Eagles in round two. In the other game, the South West Wolves were one touchdown winners over the Northern Vipers, 5-4, while the Central Scorpions had the bye. The Stingrays are unbeaten after their two games so far in the competition while the Scorpions sit in second place on the ladder, with one win and the bye. The Wolves are placed third with their one win and one loss so far, while the Vipers and Eagles are yet to register a win in the competition. In the B division, the Scorpions are the only unbeaten team after the first two rounds, following their 5-4 win over the Stingrays. In the other match, the Vipers recorded their first win of the season, with their 10-2 win over the Wolves. The Scorpions are on eight points on the ladder following their strong start to the season, while the Vipers and the Stingrays sit in second and third place respectively after their one win and one loss each. The Wolves are yet to record a win in the competition. In round three Premier Division games, the Wolves will play the Scorpions, while the Stingrays will face the Vipers. Both games will be played at 7.20, while the Eagles have the bye in round three. In the B Division, the Scorpions will play the Wolves in a top versus bottom of the ladder clash, while the Stingrays will play the Vipers. The B Division games will commence at 6.30pm. For more information, please visit the Touch Football South Australia website:www.touchsa.com.au VT LeagueRounds five, six and seven were played in both the Men’s and Women’s divisions at Casey Fields last weekend, with the favourites beginning to emerge close to the midway of the competition. In the Women’s round five games, the Melbourne City Lions were two touchdown winners over fellow ladder leaders Bayside Vipers, 6-4, while the Casey Cougars were also two touchdown winners over the Western Dodgers. The Uni Blues just edged out the Northern Falcons, winning 3-2. In the Women’s round six games, the Lions continued their winning ways, beating the Blues by four touchdowns, while the Vipers were too good for the Cougars, as were the Falcons over the Dodgers. There were some big scores in the final round of the day in the Women’s competition, with the Vipers 11 touchdown winners over the Falcons, 13-2, while the Lions were nine touchdown winners over the Cougars, to take their third win of the day. The Blues were also winners in round seven, with their 4-3 win over the Dodgers. After seven rounds the Lions sit on top of the Women’s ladder, with seven wins from their seven games, followed by the Vipers with six wins. In the Men’s division, round five provided a tight round of matches, with the Dodgers and the Vipers both two touchdown winners over the Falcons and the Lions respectively. In the other match, the Blues were three touchdown winners over the Cougars, winning 6-3. In the second round of the day, the Vipers proved that they are a force to be reckoned with in 2009, with their 12 touchdown win over the Falcons, 16-4. The Dodgers and the Blues were both one touchdown winners in round six, with their respective wins over the Cougars and the Lions. In the final round of the day, the Vipers were one touchdown winners over the Dodgers, as were the Lions over the Cougars, while the Blues were too good for the Falcons, winning 10-6. After seven rounds, the Vipers sit on top of the ladder of the Men’s division, undefeated so far in the competition. This weekend’s games will be held at Albert Park on Friday, 23 October, with the Men’s round eight games commencing at 6.30pm. In round eight, the Blues will play the Dodgers, the Lions will face the Falcons and the Vipers will play the Cougars.The Women’s round eight games commence at 7.20pm and will see the Falcons face the Lions, Dodgers will play the Vipers and the Cougars will battle it out against the Blues. The Men’s round nine games will see the Vipers take on the Blues, the Cougars up against the Falcons and the Dodgers will play the Lions. The final round of the night sees the Women’s round nine games at 9.00pm, with the Cougars to play the Falcons, the Blues against the Vipers and the Lions taking on the Dodgers. For more information, please visit the VT League website:www.vtleague.com.au MEN’S – ROUND FIVEWestern Dodgers 5 def Northern Falcons 3Bayside Vipers 7 def Melbourne City Lions 5Casey Cougars 3 def by Uni Blues 6MEN’S – ROUND SIXCasey Cougars 7 def by Western Dodgers 8Bayside Vipers 16 def Northern Falcons 4Uni Blues 7 def Melbourne City Lions 6MEN’S – ROUND SEVENNorthern Falcons 6 def by Uni Blues 10Western Dodgers 7 def by Bayside Vipers 8Melbourne City Lions 9 def Casey Cougars 8last_img read more

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10 months agoLeicester ponder contract offer to Bohemians forward Ali Reghba

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first_img Van Persie a fan of Arsenal whiz Martinelli Promoted5 decades agoNext Tech Hong Kong: New WiFi Booster Stops Expensive Internet Promoted5 decades ago8fit Skip the Gym, Do This 10-Minute Workout Instead Leicester ponder contract offer to Bohemians forward Ali Reghbaby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBohemians forward Ali Reghba is interesting Leicester City.The Irish Independent says Leicester are mulling over a contract offer for Reghba after he came under the spotlight for the Foxes last night.The Ireland U19 cap is in demand after a successful season where he made his Premier Division debut for Bohs and also helped the Gypsies win the U19 league title.Championship sides Middlesbrough and Brentford have had Reghba on trial but Leicester are very keen on the forward and he was involved in an U23 game away to Brighton last night, starting the game on the bench.As the 18-year-old is out of contract with Bohs, the Phibsboro club will only be entitled to compensation if he does move abroad, with former club Shelbourne also due compensation. De Visser: I told Chelsea – do not lose Hudson-Odoi Promoted5 decades ago8fit How to Burn 300+ Calories in 10 minutes? Try this workout Promoted5 decades agoBabbel Teach yourself Spanish using the ’15 min a day’ rule Have your say Watford boss Sanchez Flores a fan of Howe’s Bournemouth Promoted5 decades agoU.S Green Card – Free Check Can you get a US Green Card? Check now Promoted5 decades agoNext Tech How to Stop Dog Barking in Seconds? Redknapp slams Pochettino Spurs exit claims RECOMMENDED FOR YOU TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the love Wilder: Time for Sheffield Utd, West Ham fans to move on Recommended by WATCH: Pepe wins three points for Arsenal with stunning free-kick doublelast_img read more

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10 months agoMan Utd defender Lindelof: We’re having fun

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first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man Utd defender Lindelof: We’re having funby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United defender Victor Lindelof admits the players are having “fun” after victory over Bournemouth.The Swede was again impressive for yesterday’s win.He said, “We scored four more goals, conceded one but I think we played well today and showed the crowd what we can do on the pitch. It was a fun day for us.”On two-goal Paul Pogba, Lindelof said he has really started to show his qualities in the last few fixtures.”I said it many times he’s an amazing footballer and in the last few games he’s really showed his qualities,” Lindelof said.”He’s been scoring goals and making assists so I’m really happy for him.”He has a bit of a free position on the left to find the good spaces so I think he’s enjoying that position and as you can see he’s doing great.” last_img read more

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DP constable thrashed by bootlegger and his family

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first_imgNew Delhi: A Delhi police constable was allegedly thrashed by a bootlegger, his wife and his mother after he apprehended the bootlegger. The accused tore his uniform and even tried to snatch his service revolver. The incident occurred on Tuesday at Rohini Prem Nagar area. Police said they have arrested the accused identified as Sumit, his wife Pinky and his mother Shanti, all resident of Hind Vihar in Prem Nagar area. According to a senior police official, on Tuesday at around 1 p.m. when a constable Amit was patrolling in Prem Nagar area he spotted an absent ‘Bad Character’ and also a bootlegger Sumit. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder “Constable had also received tip-off regarding the illicit liquor being sold in the area. Sumit along with his wife and mother are involved in trade of illicit liquor and when the constable reached there they allegedly attacked on him,” said the senior police official. “Sumit along with his wife and his mother snatched mobile phone of constable. The accused even tore constable Amit’s uniform and they even tried to snatch his service revolver also,” said the senior police official. “Police have registered a case under section 186, 353, 332, 392,393, 34 of Indian Penal Code (IPC) at Prem Nagar police station. Police have arrested all the three accused,” said the senior police official adding that further investigation is going on.last_img read more

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BC Premier will meet with chiefs today amid tensions over resource projects

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first_imgAPTN National News VANCOUVER — British Columbia Premier Christy Clark is expected to address First Nations leaders at the second annual all-chiefs meetings in Vancouver Thursday.Clark will address the gathering amid simmering tensions over issues of sovereignty, land rights, and resource development.About 500 Aboriginal leaders are meeting with Clark and members of her cabinet, expecting to sign a joint government-First Nations working agreement.Grand Chief Stewart Phillip of the Union of B-C Indian Chiefs said they’re giving the government a one-year deadline to negotiate a reconciliation deal.The meeting is taking place in what’s described as a more polite and relaxed atmosphere than the tensions which characterized last year’s inaugural gathering.But Phillip said despite the improved feeling in the room, there is mounting frustration among First Nations over what he calls the slow pace of change following the historic Tsilhqot’in land title decision last year.The high court decision granted Aboriginal title to lands in traditional Tsilhqot’in territory in B.C.’s central interior, a ruling that now permeates all government and First Nations relations, including potentially lucrative and environmentally-sensitive resource projects.Clark has said that ignoring the Supreme Court decision put B.C.’s future in peril and she wants to use the ruling to work together with First Nations.The B.C. government is acknowledging that negotiations are moving slowly.Aboriginal Relations Minister John Rustad said a handful of First Nations have negotiated treaties but the parties need to find a way to come to agreements in a much more expedited manner.APTN National News is attending today’s gathering and will have a full report on this evening’s television newscast.–with files from The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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Struggling Russian independent news channel TV Doz

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first_imgStruggling Russian independent news channel TV Dozhd topped the viewing table of news and information channels added to Latvian telecom operator Lattelecom’s extended TV service over the last few weeks.TV Dozhd, which is struggling in its native Russia after controversially being expelled from the line-ups of major pay TV operators, attracted an average of 34,000 viewers a day in Latvia, which has a significant Russian-speaking minority.RTVi came second in the line-up  with 24,500 unique viewers a day, folowed by BBC World with 18,000.CNN International, which is also available on Lattelecom’s basic package, trailed with 6,000 viewers.Ukrainian general channel Inter+, which is currently available in test mode, attracted 20,000 viewers a day.last_img

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Researchers outline roles and impacts of human in socioecological systems

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first_imgReviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Feb 18 2019In two back-to-back symposia at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington, D.C., on Sunday, Feb. 17 at 1:30 and 3:30 PM respectively, a cross-disciplinary cohort of scientists will present the first comprehensive investigations of how humans interacted with plant and animal species in different cultures worldwide through time. By compiling and comparing detailed data from pre-industrial and modern societies, the researchers are sketching a picture of humans’ roles and impacts in sustainable and unsustainable socio-ecological systems.”Almost all food webs that have been compiled and studied have been put together without including humans,” says Jennifer Dunne (Santa Fe Institute), an ecologist and complex systems scientist who is leading the project with archaeologist Stefani Crabtree (Santa Fe Institute and Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity). “It takes a lot of time and effort to put these kinds of detailed data together. So even though ecologists have been studying food webs for decades, we’re only now in a position where we can start to rigorously compare human roles and impacts across different systems to understand sustainability in new kinds of ways,” says Dunne.What do we learn when we do include humans?As part of her presentation during the second symposium, Dunne will reveal initial results from a comparison of food webs that explicitly include humans across several socioecological systems. Three are pre-industrial systems — the Aleutian Islands of Alaska, the Pueblo U.S. Southwest, and the Western Desert of Australia, and one is modern — the Tagus Estuary of Portugal. Given the diversity of cultures, ecologies, climates, and time periods represented in the data, Dunne suggests that we can start to learn “something more general about human roles in, and impacts on, ecosystems” by comparing these systems. For example, humans are often super-generalists compared to other predators — they feed on a huge variety of different species.In some systems, humans as super-generalist predators can fit into ecosystems without causing extinctions or major environmental degradation. For example, according to Dunne’s pioneering analysis published in Scientific Reports in 2016, the Sanak Island (Alaska) Aleut fed on a whopping 122 of 513 taxa in the nearshore marine ecosystem. However, like other predators, they switched from their favorite prey — sea lions — to shellfish, kelp, or whatever was readily available when the weather did not allow them to hunt in open water. “Prey-switching is very stabilizing for food webs,” Dunne explains, “because it allows prey taxa populations to recover from exploitation, as the predator’s focus shifts to other prey that are easier to forage or hunt given current conditions.” That, plus limited use of hunting technology and other factors helped to minimize potential negative impacts of humans on the Sanak ecosystem — during approximately 7,000 years of human habitation, there is no evidence for any long-term local extinctions.Related StoriesOlympus Europe and Cytosurge join hands to accelerate drug development, single cell researchSchwann cells capable of generating protective myelin over nerves finds researchScientists develop universal FACS-based approach to heterogenous cell sorting, propelling organoid researchHumans also stabilized the desert ecosystem of Western Australia, where Crabtree and Rebecca Bliege Bird (Pennsylvania State University) are examining how the Martu Aboriginal foragers are embedded in their surrounding ecosystems. According to Crabtree, Martu Aboriginal foragers stabilized their ecosystem by providing several ecosystem services such as lighting small brush fires to expose the burrows of small prey. The scorched patches left on the landscape served as natural fire breaks against larger, more devastating wildfires. When the Martu were removed from their homeland in the mid-20th century, wildfires increased dramatically in size, and several small mammals, like the Rufous Hare-wallaby, went extinct.Bird will present a newly published network analysis for the Aboriginal foragers during the first symposium, following Andrew Dugmore (University of Edinburgh) and George Hambrecht’s (University of Maryland) presentation of how Norse people in Iceland and Greenland used governance to mitigate anthropogenic degradation of the ecosystem.Just as humans can have a stabilizing effect on their ecosystems, they can also play a destructive role. In the first symposium, archaeologist Jennifer Kahn (College of William and Mary) will present her ongoing historical analysis of the French Polynesian islands, including two cases where human interactions with their surroundings led to markedly different outcomes — both for the ecosystems and the societies embedded within them.Crabtree, in the second symposium, will present her analysis of the 700-year trajectory of the Ancestral Pueblo people in the Southwest U.S., and the extent to which human interactions with the ecosystem eventually led them to depopulate the region.Iain McKechnie (University of Victoria and Hakai Institute) will then present anthropological and archaeological data that illustrates the resilience of the indigenous peoples of the North American Northwest Coast as they interacted with both marine and terrestrial species.In the final talk, Dunne will cross-compare these and other systems and synthesize what we know, so far, about humanity’s roles across ecosystems and time periods. In addition to presenting new results about human roles in food webs, she will also discuss new work that moves beyond feeding interactions to consider the myriad ways that humans interact with biodiversity in both simple and complex ways, for example by using species for medicine, shelter, tools, clothing, fuel, ritual purposes, and trade.”Understanding ecosystems with humans as part of them is essential,” Crabtree says. “We’re not going anywhere. We are here to stay. We are going to keep impacting ecosystems, and we need to understand the ways that our impacts can lead to more sustainable and resilient systems.” Source:https://www.santafe.edu/last_img read more

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India abstains from voting for LGBTQ rights at UN Human Rights Council

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first_imgIndia abstains from voting for LGBTQ rights at UN Human Rights CouncilDespite India decriminalising homosexuality, it abstained from voting in favour of LGBTQ rights at the United Nations Human Rights Council.advertisement Next Geeta Mohan New DelhiJuly 12, 2019UPDATED: July 12, 2019 21:44 IST Members and supporters of the LGBT groups at Delhi’s Queer Pride march. (PTI Photo)India maintained its past position on LGBTQ rights by abstaining from voting at the UN Human Rights Council on a resolution moved by Latin American states seeking to renew the mandate of independent expert on protection against violence and discrimination based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI).This, despite a massive campaign in India ahead of the voting, asking Indian authorities to vote in favour of the resolution after the Supreme Court struck down Section 377, decriminalising homosexuality.In the run up to the voting, political leaders of various parties took to Twitter to express their support to a change.org petition that “urgently called for India to move away from its past trend of abstaining from voting on resolutions related to LGBTQ rights at the United National Human Rights Council and to vote in favour of a crucial resolution on LGBTQ rights”.This petition was initiated by Pune resident Varun Sardesai, urging India to change its stance on LGBTQ rights at the UNHRC, since the Supreme Court delivered a landmark judgment last year.Members of Parliament Shashi Tharoor and Supriya Sule, former MP Priya Dutt and Mahila Congress National General Secretary Apsara Reddy also tweeted in support of the resolution.Apsara Reddy said, “About 8 per cent of India’s population – 104 million individuals belong to the LGBT community in India. I have signed this petition urging Modiji to vote in favour of SOGI resolution at UN. Please sign this petition that pushes for dignity for all.”Shashi Tharoor also supported the petition saying, “I urge our government to vote in favour of renewal.”Congress leader Priya Dutt also supported the petition saying, “It is time India votes progressively.”NCP MP Supriya Sule said, “At this crucial juncture of the vote at the UNHRC, I request Honourable Prime Minister of India to vote progressively in support of the LGBT community as the SOGI resolution comes for vote. The Hon’ble Supreme Court has decriminalised Section 377 and it is now time for India to uphold the LGBT rights.”While India had reasons to abstain in the past, the legal situation has changed after the unanimous decision of Supreme Court in the Navtej Singh Johar versus Union of India case in 2018.Former CJI Dipak Mishra and Justice J Khanwilkar had noted then, “Section 377 IPC also assumes the characteristic of unreasonableness for it becomes a weapon in the hands of the majority to seclude, exploit and harass the LGBT community. It shrouds the lives of the LGBT community in criminality and constant fear mars their joy of life. They constantly face social prejudice, disdain and are subjected to the shame of being their very natural selves. Thus, an archaic law, which is incompatible with constitutional values, cannot be allowed to be preserved.”Therefore, while Section 377 does not particularly deal with homosexuality and same sex relationships are still not recognised by the Indian state, the order of the court striking down the law very specifically mentions protection against discrimination.The judgment hails human rights for all under the Constitution. The judgment has not been opposed by the Union government.Also Read | Not my fault I was born gay: 19-year-old commits suicide over homophobiaAlso Watch | History owes an apology to LGBT people, says SCFor the latest World Cup news, live scores and fixtures for World Cup 2019, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for World Cup news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySanchari Chatterjeelast_img read more

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