India's Supreme Court ruled that citizens have a constitutional right to privacy in a landmark verdict on Thursday.

In a setback for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the ruling could derail a controversial biometric identification programme that the government is pushing on its people.

The verdict may also open the door to legal challenges in a host of other areas, including gay rights, abortion and euthanasia.

Anjali Gopalan - Founder and executive director of the Naz Foundation.

Osama Manzar - Founder and director of the Digital Empowerment Foundation.

Karuna Nundy - Lawyer and human rights activist.

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