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Bengaluru — An LGBTQ job fair, billed by organisers as the first such event in India, attracted more than 250 people on Friday looking for employment with companies including Intel, Goldman Sachs and Uber.

The event in the southern city of Bengaluru comes after India's Supreme Court overruled a law banning homosexuality in 2018, which the organisers say now enables companies to freely hire people who have been marginalised for years...

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