Never again: India demands change

A tremendous outpouring of grief for India's Daughter was accompanied by a firm display of steely resolve calling for justice for rape victims, tougher laws against sexual offenders and better safety for women. Never again, said this man at a protest march in Bangalore. ‘Amanat' (NOT her real name) died in a Singapore hospital days after being brutally gang-raped and beaten.
Never again: India demands change
A tremendous outpouring of grief for India's Daughter was accompanied by a firm display of steely resolve calling for justice for rape victims, tougher laws against sexual offenders and better safety for women. Never again, said this man at a protest march in Bangalore. ‘Amanat' (NOT her real name) died in a Singapore hospital days after being brutally gang-raped and beaten.
Never again: India demands change
The fight for justice: protestors covered in clay and holding weighing scales in imitation of the traditional representation of ‘justice' in New Delhi.
Never again: India demands change
In Lucknow, citizens protested in the shadow of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi.
Never again: India demands change
This time round, there was a concerted effort to ensure protests did not become violent. In New Delhi, men occupy a street – some lay down, others sat and several stood around peacefully.
Never again: India demands change
We are sorry, said a placard held by a protestor lying down on a New Delhi street.
Never again: India demands change
In New Delhi, a wreath of flowers and a candle for ‘Amanat.'
Never again: India demands change
Saying a last goodbye to India's Daughter with flowers and candles.
Never again: India demands change
In New Delhi, slogans and placards, all demanding justice and change.
Never again: India demands change
A candle-light vigil was held in the evening at Jantar Mantar, the designated area for protests in the capital.
Never again: India demands change
Age was no bar. Children joined students and older citizens to mourn and speak up for a better India.
Never again: India demands change
Torches lit up the night as citizens of New Delhi spilled onto the streets to say farewell to ‘Amanat.'

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