A demonstrator dressed as Lady Justice in Delhi yesterday

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Lawyer dismisses statement as murdered student's mother breaks silence to demand death penalty

Manohar Lal Sharma represents two of the men accused of rape

Rape accused's lawyer claims victim was to blame for bus attack

A lawyer who broke ranks with his colleagues and volunteered to represent two of the men accused of the gang rape that killed an Indian student said today that the 23-year-old victim was “wholly responsible” for the attack.

Delhi rape suspects have been beaten, says lawyer

Police badly beat the five suspects arrested in the brutal gang rape and killing of a young woman on a New Delhi bus, the lawyer for three of the men said today, accusing authorities of tampering with evidence in the case that has transfixed India.

Indian students burn an effigy representing Hindu religious leader Asaram Bapu and Mohan Bhagwat, leader of National Volunteers Association

Uproar as guru claims Delhi rape victim was partly to blame

Spiritual leader not alone in condemning actions of Indian women as crisis grows

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England beaten in final warm-up match in India

Report from England's warm-up match against India A

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Credit critically low at the Bank of Dhoni

Gloss of World Cup win fading as defeats put India captain's job at risk

India: Male friend of gang-rape victim breaks silence over murder

Witness alleged that he was ordered by police to say that they were doing a good job in the case

A student prays during a vigil in New Delhi

Every woman in India is likely to have experienced some sexual harassment

You learn to not make eye contact with men, to avoid crowds, and to shield yourself with scarves and bags

The News Matrix: Friday 28 December 2012

Arrest after alleged attack on saboteur

Angry protesters encounter a violent response from police in New Delhi while urging swift punishment for a gang of alleged rapists

Indian PM pledges action to protect women after Delhi gang-rape

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh pledged to take action to protect the nation's women while the young victim of a gang rape on a New Delhi bus was flown to Singapore for treatment of severe internal injuries.

Indians holds candles to condemn the brutal gang-rape of a woman

Delhi gang-rape victim flown to Singapore for specialist medical care

Indian government promised special inquiry after attack sparked widespread public anger

Indian demonstrators hold placards as they shout anti-government slogans during a protest calling for better safety for women following the rape of a student in New Delhi

India moves to curb anti-rape protests

The Indian government sought to douse protests against rape by simultaneously clamping down and announcing a slew of measures to assuage demonstrators, including a new help line for women's complaints and gender-appropriate training for the capital's police officers.

Roads shut amid India protests over brutal gang-rape of woman

Authorities closed roads in the heart of India's capital today in a bid to put an end to a week of demonstrations against the brutal gang-rape of a woman on a moving bus.

Indian police use tear gas and water cannons as thousands try to storm presidential mansion in New Delhi in gang rape protest

Police in India's capital used tear gas and water cannons today to push back thousands of people who tried to march to the presidential mansion to protest the gang rape and brutal beating of a 23-year-old student on a moving bus.

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