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	An Indian transgender resident dances with others at an event to celebrate a Supreme Court judgement in Mumbai on April 15, 2014. India's highest court ruled that a person can be legally recognised as gender-neutral, a landmark judgement that raises hopes of an end to discrimination against several million transgenders and eunuchs.
	An Indian transgender resident dances with others at an event to celebrate a Supreme Court judgement in Mumbai on April 15, 2014. India's highest court ruled that a person can be legally recognised as gender-neutral, a landmark judgement that raises hopes of an end to discrimination against several million transgenders and eunuchs.

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In a landmark ruling, India's supreme court recognizes transgender citizens as a third gender. Fionnuala Sweeney reports.

India gives rights to 'third gender'

In a landmark ruling, India's supreme court recognizes transgender citizens as a third gender. Fionnuala Sweeney reports.