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Delhi leads day of 'One Billion Rising' for women
These pictures will show you how Delhiites were at the forefront of global protests on Thursday in the One Billion Rising campaign for women's rights, galvanised by the recent fatal gangrape that shocked the country.
Students across colleges in the city, gathered early morning to dance, sing, raise their voice against violence towards women.
People also came together at Delhi's famous Dilli Haat to dance in a flash mob.
The crowds danced today on a song 'Jaago Dilli Jaago.'
Hours before the One Billion Rising flash mob started, hundreds were seen practicing at Delhi's Dilli Haat.
As expected, media cameras were everywhere trying to capture this mass movement across cities of the world.
What was also happening at Dilli Haat was the game of Snakes & Ladders.
The Snakes and Ladders game had messages across the boxes and men and women were playing it.
Later in the day, programmes were held at Parliament street. Hundreds gathered there to participate.