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... When a December 2013 verdict of the Supreme Court of India on Section 377, which criminalises same sex relationships, undid years of hard work by Indian LGBTI civil society, many companies stood courageously in solidarity. Firms such as Genpact, Godrej, Intuit, ThoughtWorks, Microsoft and Google took a stance against the section of the country’s penal code. The jewellery brand Tanishq posted an ad showing a pair of diamond earrings with the tagline “Two of a kind always make a beautiful pair! #sec 377”; Fastrack ran a campaign called “Move On” while Hidesign tweeted in support of a repeal. Various CEOs also spoke out such as Keshav Suri, the executive director of Lalit Hotels, who called it “a very repressive and redundant law”. ...Indian Express on Oct. 30, 2017, 12:05 a.m.