Trans-woman Maya Gurung, 35 and Surendra Pandey, 27, a gay, got legally married and their marriage was registered at Dordi Rural Municipality of Lamjung district in Western Nepal.
The latest review plea was filed by Udit Sood, one of the 21 petitioners, in the first week of November, assailing the judgment.
In the first week of November, one of the petitioners had moved the top court seeking a review of the October 17 judgement.
While famous for being an LGBTQ+ friendly country, Thailand has struggled to pass a marriage equality law.
Fashioning new legislative regime for allowing same-sex marriages falls under Parliament's domain: CJI
"Striking down provisions of the Special Marriage Act would amount to coming out with a prescription worse than the disease itself," CJI D Y Chandrachud said.
Prodded by the bench during the hearing, the Centre offered to constitute a panel headed by the Cabinet Secretary to examine the rights and entitlements of queer persons in the country.
The Solicitor General brought out very clearly, that around 160 sections across multiple laws have to be changed to make the entire marriage definition gender-neutral, if at all it is possible.
Dutee Chand said the marriage between same-sex should not be seen in terms of urban-rural, upper-lower, caste, creed or religion.
As a state that has historically recognised and supported members of the LGBTQIA+ communities, the members of the community urged TN to bring a law to legalise same-sex marriages.
The apex court has in a majority verdict ruled that for LGBTQIA+ couples there is no unqualified right to marriage and that conferring legal status to a civil union can only be through enacted law.
Even as India's Supreme Court refuses to intervene in the same-sex debate and rule it legal, the fight has rarely been easy for advocates of this concept
Hailing the verdicts, the top law officer said they balance the interests of individuals with that of a civilised society.
The Vishva Hindu Parishad's (VHP) reaction came after a five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court refused to grant legal recognition to same-sex marriages earlier in the day.
The first day of the hearing made it clear that the court would not go into personal laws governing marriage in deciding pleas seeking legal recognition of same sex marriage.
A five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud had on May 11 reserved its verdict on the pleas after a marathon hearing of 10 days.
Like former Eastern bloc countries, the Baltic republics of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have been slower to embrace LGBTQ+ rights than most countries in Western Europe.