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NEW DELHI (RNS) High-profile rapes continue to occur, suggesting men's behavior isn't changing and marring the country's image abroad. Last year, the number of female tourists to India dropped 10 percent, according to industry experts.

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  1. Usha Vishnakarma has the right idea. Laws mean nothing to rapists. Getting one’s rapist patootie beaten to a pulp in the streets, WILL mean something!

  1. […] Despite tougher laws, India can't shake rape cultureReligion News Service, on Mon, 16 Jun 2014 10:26:15 -0700NEW DELHI (RNS) Despite tougher laws against sexual violence, the grisly rape and murder of two teenage girls found hanging from a tree shows India has a long way to go to safeguard women in its male-dominated, socially stratified culture, critics say. […]

  2. […] Despite tougher laws, India can't shake rape cultureReligion News Service, on Mon, 16 Jun 2014 10:30:20 -0700NEW DELHI (RNS) Despite tougher laws against sexual violence, the grisly rape and murder of two teenage girls found hanging from a tree shows India has a long way to go to safeguard women in its male-dominated, socially stratified culture, critics say. […]

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