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At long last, as its stance on decriminalisation of homosexuality suggests, the Indian government has decided to walk out of the bedroom of its citizens — where it had no business being in the first place. But while it has decided not to stand against the long-overdue striking down of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, it has lent its weight to another law that does not need defending. Adultery should remain a crime, the Centre has told the Supreme Court, arguing that the “sanctity of marriage and the fabric of society at large” might be hampered otherwise. A constitution bench of the SC had invited the government’s........

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