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The News Minute | October 15, 2014 | 08:20 am IST The Madras High Court’s recommendation to allow mandatory pre-marital potency tests for couples has been shot down by the Central government. The Centre said that such tests could be carried out only if the people wanted to go ahead with it, otherwise it would violate their privacy and human rights, said The Times of India. Even though Tamil Nadu is yet to come to a decision on the issue, the Centre has called the idea inappropriate, said the report.  “Sexual behavior different from individual to individual, besides partner to partner. It is not appropriate to make clinical examination for ruling out impotency/frigidity mandatory, said the undersecretary according to the report. Read HC urges state,central govt to include pre-marital potency test Read Law on pre-marital clinical examination could save couples
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