Adultery is not a crime, India's supreme court rules
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Court says offence of having sex with woman without husband’s consent is archaic

India’s top court has ruled that adultery is no longer a crime, declaring that the colonial-era law is unconstitutional and discriminatory against women.

A five-judge bench of the supreme court unanimously ruled that the criminal offence of having a sexual relationship with a woman without her husband’s consent was archaic and deprived women of agency. Continue reading...


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