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India rape: A year on, is Delhi any safer for women?

16 December 2013 Last updated at 18:58 GMT

A year after the gang rape and murder of a female student on a bus in Delhi made headlines across the world, women's security in the capital remains a serious issue.

Outrage over the rape forced the Indian government to toughen up anti-rape laws, but many women say it is still not safe to walk on the streets of Delhi.

BBC Hindi's Parul Agrawal reports from Delhi.

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