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A year after a deadly rape, Delhi women not keen on self-defence classes

December 16, 2013

Riddhi Mittal took a big professional risk when she moved back to Delhi in September to start her own software company. She did not want her personal safety to be part of the risk, especially considering the gruesome tale of the deadly Delhi gang rape that made headlines around the world one year ago this week.

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A safe city no more: what went wrong in Mumbai

August 30, 2013

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An increasingly globalized city that has grown indiscriminately, a metropolis where inequality festers, and an urban sprawl blind to the needs of the poor. Mumbai is where a twentysomething photojournalist was gang-raped by five men this month, shattering perceptions that it is India’s safest city for women.

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Interview: Have to ensure women feel safe, says Delhi’s new police chief

By Reuters Staff
July 31, 2013

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Just another rape in India. Are we becoming numb?

April 30, 2013

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Delhi rape case reignites police reform debate

April 23, 2013

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Interview: Satisfied with response from police, government: rape victim’s father

January 7, 2013

Five men accused of the rape and murder of the 23-year-old student appeared in court on Monday to hear charges against them.