Mumbai Police records statement of TISS student Kris Chudawala in sedition case for chanting pro-Sharjeel Imam slogans
A 22-year-old student, against whom a case of sedition has been registered for allegedly shouting slogans in support of jailed JNU student Sharjeel Imam at an event in Mumbai, on Wednesday appeared before the police, who recorded their (their preferred pronoun) statement, an official said.
TISS student booked for slogans supporting Sharjeel Imam approaches Bombay HC for pre-arrest bail in sedition case
A 22-year-old student on Friday approached Bombay High Court seeking pre-arrest bail in a sedition case lodged against them (their preferred pronoun) for allegedly shouting a slogan in support of jailed JNU student Sharjeel Imam at a LGBTQ event.
Mumbai Police files sedition case against activist Kris, 50 others for raising slogans supporting Sharjeel Imam at LGBTQ event
Activist Urvashi Chudawala who identifies as Kris was on Monday booked for sedition by the Mumbai Police for allegedly raising "anti-national" slogans in support of JNU student Sharjeel Imam at an LGBTQ event, the Mumbai Pride, held at the Azad Maidan on 1 February, an officer said.
Mumbai Pride 2019: First march post-Section 377 verdict sees city's queer community, allies celebrate
Mumbai witnessed its 14th Pride Parade on Saturday, 2 February 2019. It was the city's largest pride march yet, also its first after the September 2018 judgment decriminalising homosexuality.
From understanding your privilege to seeking permission before taking people's photographs, here are things to keep in mind if you're attending a Pride march
The Queer Azaadi Mumbai Pride March saw first timers, the world's first openly gay prince, and many regulars in attendance — all with their own stories to tell | #FirstCulture
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Mumbai Pride 2018: In a few hours, thousands of straight, gay, bisexual and transgendered folk will take to the streets for their right to love, their right to live, but most importantly, their right to be
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Here are some answers to frequently asked questions regarding the Mumbai Pride Parade, also known as the Queer Azaadi March