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Indian home minister says Uttarakhand flood death toll over 1,000 and still rising

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India floods: Death toll rises amid heavy rain

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The Government must do more to stop India's plague of acid attacks

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British tourist who leapt from hotel balcony feared she would become rape statistic in India

New laws in India will make stalking, voyeurism and sexual harassment all crimes

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British woman who 'jumped from India hotel to escape sexual assault' returns to UK

A British holidaymaker in India, injured after she jumped from a third-floor hotel balcony in the historic tourist town of Agra to escape what she feared would be a sexual assault by a group of men, is to return to Britain, it was reported today.

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

Juvenile in Delhi gang-rape and murder case pleads not guilty to charges

The juvenile accused in the gang-rape and murder of an Indian student has appeared in court where he pleaded not guilty to all the charges and said he would contest the allegations.

College reveals that gang-rape victim had passed her final exam with top marks

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