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Delhi rape: One year on victims still face stigma

5 December 2013 Last updated at 00:35 GMT

It's almost a year since the gang rape of a 23-year old Indian student on a bus in Delhi - an attack which caused outrage across India.

It forced the government to introduce tougher laws on sexual violence.

But is it making any difference in a place where rape victims face not only social stigma, but archaic medical practices?

Joanna Jolly reports.

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