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Post  Panda on Sun 23 Dec - 8:41






‘I want to live’: Extraordinary courage of rape victim who lost intestines in horrific attack on Indian bus as police use tear gas on her supporters



A 23-year-old student who is fighting for life after being gang raped on a bus has written notes to her family amid protests in New Delhi over the attack. Thousands of demonstrators clashed with police who fired tear gas and water canons in an attempt to disperse the crowd. Many are demanding the death penalty for the rapists and new security measures for women.

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Post  Angelina on Sun 23 Dec - 13:15

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‘I want to live’: Extraordinary courage of rape victim who lost intestines in horrific attack on Indian bus as police use tear gas on her supporters



A 23-year-old student who is fighting for life after being gang raped on a bus has written notes to her family amid protests in New Delhi over the attack. Thousands of demonstrators clashed with police who fired tear gas and water canons in an attempt to disperse the crowd. Many are demanding the death penalty for the rapists and new security measures for women.

Bloody hell. They are nothing more than animals and they need putting down! I cannot believe we actually give money to India.

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Post  Panda on Sun 23 Dec - 13:34

Yes Angelina, that is a bone of contention because India is doing very well financially. There was a report very recently on T.V. that Women in India are being abused in crowded places and think it is all to do with the Westernisation of Women and the Males feeling threatened and taking their revenge.

I posted an Article recently showing two Asian Men with their wives, one was 12 yrs old and the other 6 yrs old.!!!!

I was trying to visualise what they must have done to that poor Woman to have her intestines ripped out, was there nobody on the Bus who could have intervened???? Well at least the demonstrations will prove that ordinary folk are appalled.

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Post  Panda on Mon 24 Dec - 0:31

India Rape Protests: Reporter 'Shot Dead'


Police say a TV reporter has been killed during protests over sexual attacks in India as a public outcry continues.


2:16pm UK, Sunday 23 December 2012



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The rape of a young woman on a Delhi bus earlier this week has triggered a wave of protests across India. Sky's Alex Rossi reports

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  • A journalist has been killed in violent demonstrations against sex attacks in India as police failed to contain fresh violence.

    A television reporter, 36, was reportedly shot dead when officers opened fire on a protest in Imphal, the capital of Manipur state, over an attack on a film actress.

    The star, known as Momoko, was dragged from stage in full public view last week by an armed militant who tried to rape her. She managed to fight him off and fled.

    Momoko, also a popular model, has waived her right to anonymity to make a public appeal for her attacker's arrest.

    Crowds in Manipur pelted police with stones on Saturday, prompting a curfew to be imposed for parts of the state.

    This was relaxed on Sunday but soon a huge crowd assembled again to confront police who opened fire in retaliation, according to police spokesman A. Singh.

    A women's rights activist Bala Bedi said: "We want a strong message to be sent that perpetrators of such crimes have no place in our society."
    Water cannon were fired on the crowds
    The death of the reporter, who worked for the Doordarshan network, came as separate angry protests over the brutal rape of a young woman were staged in New Delhi for a second day.

    Police had tried to ban demonstrations in certain parts of the city after violence on Saturday.

    On Sunday, all the routes leading to landmark government buildings were cordoned off and metro stations in the vicinity were closed to the public.

    But several hundred protesters managed to breach the cordon around India Gate and braved tear gas and water cannon for the second day in a row.

    The case of a 23-year-old student who was gang-raped by six drunk men last week has sparked a public outcry.

    Promises by the Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde to consider demands for the six suspects to face the death penalty have failed to quell the anger.

    Mr Shinde had also vowed on Saturday night that the government would take further steps to keep women safe.

    A group of protesters met Sonia Gandhi, the governing Congress party chief, on Sunday to demand a speedy trial of the suspects.

    The 23-year-old woman, a physiotherapy student, was attacked by six drunk men when she was travelling on a bus with a male friend.

    They took it in turns to rape her and attack her with an iron rod, causing serious internal injuries. She is still fighting for her life in hospital.
    Campaigners want tougher sentences for sex attackers
    Her case has caught the public mood amid dismay at a massive rise in the number of sexual attacks in India.

    Government figures show a woman is now raped in the country every 20 minutes after a major rise in assaults.

    National crime records show that 228,650 of the total 256,329 violent crimes recorded last year were against women.

    Delhi has been dubbed the rape capital of India with government figures showing the number of rapes in the city rising 17% to 661 this year.

    One of Delhi's most senior police officers has pleaded for an end to the unrest, saying the protests were being "hijacked by hooligans" and insisting that the case against the six suspects was being fast-tracked.

    "We have met all the demands of the protesters," Special Commissioner Dharmendra Kumar said.

    Sushma Swaraj, a leader of the main opposition Bhartiya Janata Party, called for an all-party meeting to end the violence between protesters and the police.

    "Please do not resort to violence. That is not the solution," she wrote on Twitter.
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Post  kitti on Mon 24 Dec - 6:57

Oh god how disgusting for the poor young women.


I hope she gets the justice she deserves and these 'things' get what they deserve and very slowly and very painfully.

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Post  Panda on Mon 24 Dec - 8:25

This assault on women is now commonplace and all based on the fact that more and more Indian women are becoming educated , looking for careers, resisting forced marriages etc.

There was a recent documentary on T.V. , one Woman was attacked for dyeing her hair Red, another for wearing Western clothes. Now there is a kind of Women's Union forming and where attacks take place in crowded areas other Women go to their aid.

This attack on a Bus was particularly brutal and I wonder if there were other passengers who just turned a blind eye. The public outrage, Men as well as Women, protesting might just make the Police and Justice Dept take action.

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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Sat 29 Dec - 10:58

http://news.sky.com/story/1031239/india-rape-death-six-charged-with-murder

What on earth was the bus driver and other passengers doing while this was going on?


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Post  Panda on Sat 29 Dec - 11:19

Not Born Yesterday wrote:http://news.sky.com/story/1031239/india-rape-death-six-charged-with-murder

What on earth was the bus driver and other passengers doing while this was going on?


i thought the same at the time NBY, but maybe they were afraid , many would be when six rampant males are involved in this sickening attack. This news was broadcast earlier and shamed the Indian Judiciary and Police , the demonstrators will not let this go.

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Post  Panda on Sun 30 Dec - 4:30

India Rape Death: Six Charged With Murder


Six men could face the death penalty if they are convicted of the murder of a woman who died after being gang raped on a bus.


6:49pm UK, Saturday 29 December 2012



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  • Two people covered in clay hold weighing scales - representing justice - as more protests get under way in New Delhi, India.

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  • The demonstrations follow the death of the victim of a gang rape attack. Roads in parts of the city have been closed by police in an attempt to avoid a repeat of last week's violence.

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  • Groups of officers have been stationed at potential flashpoints.

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  • Metal gates have been put in place to block areas of the city.

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  • Small crowds have already gathered in the city. Here, students are seen praying for the rape victim during a peaceful protest.

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  • People light candles during a prayer ceremony.

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  • Activists are demanding political change to protect women from violence.

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  • More protests are under way in New Delhi, India, after the victim of a gang rape attack on a bus died.

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  • Last week the police used water cannon and tear gas against protesters.

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  • The body of a woman who was gang raped on a bus in New Delhi is flown out of Singapore as police charge six men with her murder.

    The men could face the death penalty if convicted, in a case that has triggered protests across India.

    The 23-year-old victim was savagely beaten and raped for almost an hour before being thrown out of the moving vehicle.

    She was flown to Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore for specialist treatment, but later died from severe organ failure.

    Her body was prepared in a funeral parlour in Singapore before being flown back to India from Changi Airport with her parents, who were at her bedside when she was pronounced dead.
    The hearse which carried the victim's body to a Singapore funeral parlour
    Sky's India Correspondent Alex Rossi said: "The general thinking behind it as far as the prosecution service is concerned is that the way she was treated on that bus, the manner in which she was subjected to such a brutal attack, the fact that she was thrown from the bus whilst it was still moving and was unconscious suggests that they're fairly confident now that there was pre-meditation in the attack."

    Her uncle has called for those responsible to be given the "strictest possible sentence".

    "This is a very sad day, and a very very sad happening," he said. "My condolences are with my niece's family."
    Thousands take part in a candlelight vigil for the victim in New Delhi
    Sonia Ghandi, the president of India's National Congress, has promised to fight for change.

    She said: "(The death) strengthens our resolve to fight with all our might, and all the powers of our laws and our administration, for the safety and protection of all women of our country, and to ensure swift and fitting punishment for the perpetrators of such brutal acts."

    More than 1,000 protesters gathered in New Delhi city centre for a sit-in, demanding political change to protect women from violence.

    Thousands more took part in a candlelight vigil
    Police had braced for violent protests, but most passed of peacefully
    The area is home to the president's palace, the prime minister's office and key defence, foreign affairs and home ministries.

    Authorities feared a repeat of demonstrations a week ago, where police fired tear gas and water cannon at activists after violence broke out.

    Police spokesman Rajan Bhagat said: "We have booked all six accused under section 302 of the Indian Penal Code.
    The horrific crime has sparked an angry debate over women's safety in India
    "It is a non-bailable offence which carries the death sentence."

    Formal charges are expected to be filed by January 3.

    Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said he was deeply saddened by the woman's death and described the reaction to the case as "perfectly understandable from a young India and an India that genuinely desires change".

    "It would be a true homage to her memory if we are able to channel these emotions and energies into a constructive course of action," he added.

    After boarding a bus on December 16, the student was attacked by the men who took turns raping her and assaulted her with an iron bar before they threw her off the moving vehicle.

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    On the News Report just now, the woman was unconcious when she was thrown from the Bus, her boyfriend was injured, they were due to be married very soon. The Bus was a modern , long coach type and they couldn't have been the only passengers, yet no one tried to stop it. Apparently attacks on females are common , but this has caused outrage and I hope the culprits are sentenced to death.

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Post  Panda on Tue 1 Jan - 21:07

Delhi Gang Rape Suspect To Undergo Bone Tests


One of the men accused of a horrific attack is to have his bones analysed to see whether he is old enough to be tried for murder.


4:06pm UK, Tuesday 01 January 2013

Crowds are continuing to take part in silent protests in Delhi







One of six suspects held over the gang rape and murder of a student in India is to undergo bone tests to determine whether he is old enough to answer for the crime.

Murder convictions carry the death penalty in India. However, only those aged 18 or more can be put on trial.

If the suspect is found to be underage, it is unclear whether he could still be tried for rape, which carries a life sentence.
Protesters light candles around a mannequin representing the rape victim
The six males are jointly accused of raping and killing an unnamed 23-year-old woman on a bus in Delhi on December 16.

The victim was airlifted to Singapore for emergency treatment, but died on Saturday.

She was cremated in Delhi the next day. Her ashes were set to be submerged in the holy river Ganges near her home town in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, in accordance with Hindu customs.
Police have clashed with protesters since the December 16 attack
Indians have been demanding the death penalty for those responsible, holding demonstrations almost every day since the attack.

Protesters and politicians from across the spectrum called for a special session of Parliament to pass new laws to increase punishments for rapists - including possible chemical castration - and to set up fast-track courts to deal with rape cases within 90 days.

Thousands of people have lit candles, held prayer meetings and marched through various cities and towns to express their grief, and to demand stronger protection for women and the death penalty for rape.
Activists are calling for politicians to pass tough new laws
The protests continued on Tuesday, ahead of the first court appearance for the six suspects on Thursday.

Details of the charges run to more than 1,000 pages, according to reports, and some 30 witnesses are named in the prosecution's documents.

On Monday, the Indian army and navy cancelled their New Year's celebrations, as did Sonia Gandhi, the head of the ruling Indian National Congress party.

Several hotels and clubs across the capital also decided not to hold their usual parties.

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Re: "I want to live " Extraordinary Courage of Rape Victim who lost Intestines

Post  Panda on Thu 3 Jan - 7:24

3 January 2013 Last updated at 06:11
India gang rape: Five suspects to be charged



Protesters are calling for changes to the laws on violence against women

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Five men in India are to be charged with the murder of a medical student who was gang-raped on a Delhi bus.

The 23-year-old victim died at the weekend from injuries she sustained during the 16 December attack, in an incident that sparked national outrage.

If convicted, the five could face the death penalty, which is rarely carried out in India.

A sixth suspect is reported to be under 18 and a juvenile. Police have ordered a bone test for him to confirm his age.

The charges will be presented at Delhi's Saket district court, but the accused are unlikely to be there in person.
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Analysis


Geeta Pandey BBC News, Delhi



Every 21 minutes a rape is carried out in India, according to government figures, and campaigners say many more go unreported.

But ever since the Delhi gang rape on 16 December, thousands of ordinary people, with no political affiliation or ambition, have taken to the streets daily, protesting and demanding justice for the victim and her family.

The government, initially slow in its response to the public anger, promised a quick trial and conviction for the suspects. And on Wednesday, the city's first fast-track court was inaugurated in south Delhi's Saket district. The court is expected to hear the gang rape case on a day-to-day basis.

A speedy trial would help temporarily soothe the nerves of a city wounded by the barbaric attack on a young woman. But for such incidents not to recur in future, India has much to do to change society's feudal attitudes towards women.

On Wednesday, thousands of women marched through Delhi to Rajghat - the memorial of India's independence leader, Mahatma Gandhi - to protest against the rape and Indian attitudes to women.

Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit was among the protesters, and called for stringent anti-rape laws.

The victim's family has said it would have no objection if a new anti-rape law was named after her, as suggested by India's Junior Education Minister Shashi Tharoor.

Protests have been taking place every day since the gang rape with protesters expressing anger over attitudes to women in India and calling for changes to the laws on violence against women.

The woman and a male friend had been to see a film when they boarded the bus.

Police said she was raped for nearly an hour, and both she and her companion were beaten with iron bars, then thrown out of the moving bus into the street.

On Tuesday, police sources said the driver of the bus had tried to run her over after throwing her out, but she was saved by her friend, Press Trust of India (PTI) reported.
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The Indian government has been heavily criticised for failing to protect women.

According to official figures, a woman is raped in Delhi every 14 hours
According to official figures, a woman is raped in Delhi every 14 hours, while women across the country say they are frequently subjected to sexual intimidation and violence.

Since the bus attack, Delhi officials have announced a series of measures intended to make the city safer for women.

These include more police night patrols, checks on bus drivers and their assistants, and the banning of buses with tinted windows or curtains.

The government has also set up a committee under a retired Supreme Court judge to recommend changes to the anti-rape law.

A telephone helpline has been launched for women in distress, connected with police stations across the city.

But many of the protesters say that women are viewed as second-class citizens, and that a fundamental change in culture and attitudes, backed up by law, is needed to protect them

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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Thu 3 Jan - 13:15

I'm still trying to get my head round the bit which says that the bus driver (having done nothing to help the victim) then tried to run her over after throwing her out.

How in the name of humanity has he not been charged with any crime?

Words absolutely fail me.

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Post  Panda on Thu 3 Jan - 13:48

Not Born Yesterday wrote:I'm still trying to get my head round the bit which says that the bus driver (having done nothing to help the victim) then tried to run her over after throwing her out.

How in the name of humanity has he not been charged with any crime?

Words absolutely fail me.

I know.......why hasn't HE been charged with aiding and abetting at least.!!!! How could he sit there and listen to her screams ????

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Post  Panda on Fri 4 Jan - 7:43

Family of Indian rape victim call for juvenile attacker to be executed


The family of India's murdered gang rape victim have called for a change in the country's law to enable the execution of a juvenile along with five men said to have been involved in the brutal attack that has shocked the nation.








An Indian woman shouts slogans during a protest to mourn the death of a gang rape victim in New Delhi, India Photo: AP





By Rahul Bedi, in Ballia and Rob Crilly

7:22PM GMT 03 Jan 2013




The father and the brother of the victim – who cannot be named – told the Daily Telegraph that the youngest attacker was the most vicious participant in the assault and deserved to die for his alleged crimes.


"All six should be hanged especially the juvenile who was the most brutal," the 53-year-old father said. "If the law has to be changed to enable that then so be it."


Under Indian law the youngest attacker – believed to be 17 but who has undergone tests to determine his age – could receive a maximum of just three years from a juvenile court.


The comments from the family – the first to a British newspaper – came as police formally charged five men, aged between 35 and 19, with rape and murder, as well as a string of other offences.


Fresh details also emerged from a police charge sheet, obtained by The Hindustan Times, which describes how the youngest suspect abused the unconscious victim and had been responsible for suggesting her naked body be thrown from the moving bus in which she was raped.



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The story of how a 23-year-old physiotherapy student was battered and raped for an hour aboard the private bus as it cruised the streets of the capital last month has shocked much of India.

She was left for dead after the gang of men used an iron bar to inflict horrific injuries, and died at the weekend at a hospital in Singapore, 13 days after the attack.

Her family spoke to The Telegraph and said they wanted to build a hospital in the victim's name at their ancestral village so that her dream of becoming a doctor could be honoured.

But they said they felt abandoned by the Indian government in their time of need despite numerous promises of help and an outpouring of public grief.

Speaking at the family home shared with numerous relatives in the district of Ballia, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, the victim's 20-year-old brother said: "Our family would like a hospital to be built in our village in her name."

Standing in the bare courtyard of their ramshackle home he added: "It's impossible to transport any sick or ill person to any hospital as it is far away. In the monsoon months it's worse as the entire area gets flooded so if anyone falling ill at night can only be taken to hospital the following day. In many instances they die."

The family, who returned to their village home from Delhi on Monday, in order to scatter their daughter's ashes on the nearby River Ganges, said they would allow her identity to be made public if it were in order for a new law, hospital or road to be inaugurated in her honour. Indian law prevents the naming of rape victims without their family's express permission.

Both the father and brother said they were tired of politicians lining up to pay tribute or pledge help without coming good on their offers.

"Up till now it's empty promises," said her father.

The murder case is due to be tried in a new fast-track court, one of a handful set up to handle crimes against women.

Delhi authorities have also promised to ban buses with tinted windows or curtains, and to carry out checks on bus drivers to make the city safer for women.

Politicians are debating tougher laws on sexual violence and yesterday a special recruitment drive for women police officers was announced and every police station in Delhi ordered to be staffed by at least nine female officers to help women in need.


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India Gang RAPE VICTIM'S FRIEND SPEAKS OF ATTACK

Post  Panda on Sat 5 Jan - 14:06

India Gang Rape Victim's Friend Speaks Of Attack


Five men accused of the rape and murder are to appear in court on Monday, as the victim's male friend relives the brutal attack.


12:58pm UK, Saturday 05 January 2013



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Five men accused of the gang rape and murder of an Indian student in Delhi have been summoned to appear in court on Monday. Sky's Alex Rossi reports.

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The male friend of the Indian gang rape victim has spoken for the first time of how he tried to save her and begged her attackers to stop the "cruelty that should never be seen".

He broke his silence as New Delhi district magistrate Namrita Aggarwal confirmed that the five men charged with the victim's rape and murder will appear before her for the first time on Monday.

The victim's 28-year-old male companion said getting on to a private bus that night, because they could not find a rickshaw to take them home, was "the biggest mistake I made".

Speaking in public for the first time, he hit out at the hospital treatment his 23-year-old friend received, the police and at passers-by for failing to help after they were thrown naked from the bus following the two-and-a-half-hour ordeal.
A hearse carrying the body of the 23-year-old rape victim
The software firm employee said that the woman was left naked and bleeding in the street for nearly an hour before a police van arrived to help.

"What can I say? The cruelty I saw should not be seen ever. I tried to fight against the men but later I begged them again and again to leave her," he told AFP.

"I was not very confident about getting into the bus but my friend was running late, so we got into it.

"This was the biggest mistake I made and after that everything went out of control.

The "driver and the other men raped my friend and hit her in the worst possible ways in the most private parts of her body.
The medical student's attack has sparked massive protests
"I cannot tell you what I feel when I think of it. I shiver in pain," he said.

The man, who suffered a fractured leg and other injuries in the attack, recounted the savagery of the night of December 16 after he and his friend, who died from her injuries on December 29, had been to see a film in New Delhi.

He told the Hindi-language cable channel Zee News: "The occupants of the bus, which had tinted windows and curtains, had laid a trap for us. They were probably involved in crimes before also. They beat us up, hit us with an iron rod, snatched our clothes and belongings and threw us off the bus on a deserted stretch.

"The bus occupants had everything planned. Apart from the driver and the helper, others behaved like they were passengers. We even paid 20 (rupees) as fare. They then started teasing my friend and it led to a brawl. I beat three of them up but then the rest of them brought an iron rod and hit me. Before I fell unconscious, they took my friend away."

"From where we boarded the bus, they moved around for nearly two and a half hours. We were shouting, trying to make people hear us. But they switched off the lights of the bus. We tried to resist them. Even my friend fought with them, she tried to save me. She tried to dial the police control room number 100, but the accused snatched her mobile away," he said.

The attackers also violated the victim with an iron bar, causing the immense internal damage that lead to her death, before throwing them from the bus.
Police have used water cannons and tear gas to dispel protesters
The friend said: "There were a few people who had gathered round but nobody helped. Before the police came I screamed for help but the auto rickshaws, cars and others passing by did not stop."

He said when police arrived: "We kept shouting at the police, 'please give us some clothes' but they were busy deciding which police station our case should be registered at."

"It took an hour and a half for us to be taken to hospital," he added.

The police have arrested six suspects - five men and a juvenile believed to be aged 17 - who were formally charged with murder, rape and kidnapping on Thursday.

The case has sparked massive protests across India, where statistics show a woman is raped every 20 minutes.

Protesters have called for all rape suspects to be hanged and want a better deal for women so the streets are safer and men who rape women are put on trial.

National crime records show that 228,650 of the total 256,329 violent crimes recorded in India last year were against women and rape cases more than doubled between 1990 and 2008.

Police in Delhi have filed charges against Zee News under laws which protect the anonymity of victims of offences such as rape. In India, the criminal justice system defines rape as a crime against the state, and it the responsibility of the state to defend the victim.


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"iT tOOK ONE AND A HALF HOURS FOR THE AMBULANDCE TO ARRIVE"

WHAT KIND OF MONSTERS WERE THOSE WHO TOOK PART IN THIS ORGY OF CRUELTY AND VIOLENCE .

WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE WERE THEY WHO STOOD THERE AND DID NOTHING


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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Sat 5 Jan - 15:29

This case is so dreadful that I can't bear to read all the details.

I now take it that the bus driver was one of the pieces of human garbage involved in the attack and that there were no other passengers.

That does answer my original question of how nobody else lifted a finger to help.

I am not a supporter of capital punishment normally but I would have no problems with it here.

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Post  cherry1 on Sat 5 Jan - 15:36

Trouble is Capital Punishment too good for them, too quick, let them rot in a jail with bread and water and hard labour till the rest of their days!

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Post  Panda on Sat 5 Jan - 15:54

Let them all be beaten senseless, have their manhood cut off with a blunt knife, be shown in the City Centre in the stocks, pelted with stones..........then hang them!!!!!! I don't think I have ever known such barbarous acts and that went on for over 2 hours. and no one standing by offered help .

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Post  Badboy on Sat 5 Jan - 16:16

THESE SCUM NEED TO BE PERNANETLY UNABLE TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE GENEPOOL.

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Post  Panda on Sat 5 Jan - 16:35

Badboy wrote:THESE SCUM NEED TO BE PERNANETLY UNABLE TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE GENEPOOL.

They will if they are given the death sentence and with the outrage not just in India but around the World , Badboy.

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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Tue 8 Jan - 8:42

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2258422/Fury-Indian-guru-blames-rape-victim-vicious-gang-attack-killed-her.html?ICO=most_read_module

I was waiting for some silly old git to make a statement like this.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Tue 8 Jan - 11:29

Not Born Yesterday wrote:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2258422/Fury-Indian-guru-blames-rape-victim-vicious-gang-attack-killed-her.html?ICO=most_read_module

I was waiting for some silly old git to make a statement like this.

She should have begged her attackers to stop, he said! What an absolute pr*t! The attackers just weren't asked for mercy, according to that nutter!

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Post  wjk on Tue 8 Jan - 13:34

What an absolute idiot!
You always get one

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Post  malena stool on Tue 8 Jan - 19:52

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Post  fuzeta on Wed 9 Jan - 22:26

He looks an evil b----r himself!!

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