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Women revolt against a culture of rape
The brutal gang-rape, and subsequent death, of a 23-year-old woman in New Delhi last December led to widespread protests in India.
The victim's father, Badri Nath Singh, wants to see the men who killed his daughter punished.
Badri Nath Singh's wife, Asha, has not left their home since their daughter was killed last year.
The brutal rape led to widespread protests in India.
More women are now speaking out about violence against women. A 16-year-old girl, who remained anonymous, talked to CBS about being gang-raped last year by eight of her neighbors.
CBS's Holly Williams meets with women in a small town north of Delhi, India. She traveled here to meet with a young rape survivor.
Garima Shrivastara organized some of the protests for women's rights in India. She says that Indian women live with fear every day.
Activists like Garima Shrivastara say the violence is a clash between traditional values and a new generation of educated, modern women whose independence is threatening for some Indian men.