A gay couple in Delhi tells the BBC why they are fighting for their right to dignity and life.
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Life as a gay couple in India

India's Supreme Court recently overturned a 2009 court ruling that decriminalized gay sex.

The judgement makes this community not just vulnerable but also criminal and has pushed them to live a closeted life.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual people (LGBT) are likely to form a substantial vote bank in the forthcoming elections.

One gay couple in Delhi told BBC News why they are fighting for their right to dignity and life.

Camera: Neha Sharma. Producer: Akanksha Saxena

  • 01 May 2014
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