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Deconstructing ‘India’s Daughter’ and what it means to be a woman

Verashni Pillay unpacks the most powerful parts of the documentary "India's Daughter", showing us the implications of being a woman in India.

India documentary ban: ‘We won’t shout but we will be heard’

An Indian news network ran a blank screen for an hour in protest of the government ban on airing a documentary about the gang-rape of a Delhi student.

Mob storms India prison, lynches rape suspect

One other person was killed as police and the mob clashed after the suspect was dragged out of prison and killed.

India’s Daughter: This film does what the politicians should be doing

"India’s Daughter" is Leslee Udwin’s stirring documentary of a crime that sparked what she has described as India's "Arab Spring for gender equality”.

Documentary showing interview with gang rapist banned in India

Rapist Mukesh Singh had made offensive and derogatory remarks against women which could provoke a public outcry, police said.

Delhi rapist blames gang-rape victim for attack

One of the convicted rapists in the brutal gang-rape and murder of a student in 2012 says she shouldn't have been out at night.

Uber service banned in New Delhi after driver accused of rape

The popular taxi service Uber has been banned from operating in the capital after a woman was allegedly raped by one of the service's drivers.

India remembers gang-rape victim

Candle-light vigils have been planned across India to mark the death of a female student a year ago who was gang raped on moving bus in Delhi.

India’s women still face rape scourge

The country's gender problems remain despite new laws and media efforts to highlight them.

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