The despairing question: when will India's women be safe? When will there be justice for India's daughters? It's been seven years since the Nirbhaya case in Delhi that had led to an outpouring of anger and changes in the law. But the sad truth is while women have become bolder in reporting rape, the number of attacks on women are not going down. We've had the horrific Telangana rape and murder case where the four rapists were actually gunned down by the police in an alleged encounter. That has been received by a mixed response across the country. Many have welcomed it but many others have condemned and questioned it. And then the tragic case in Unnao where a woman who was fighting for justice within the system was set on fire by her rapists - one of whom who had just gotten out of jail. She finally died in a Delhi hospital after fighting for her life for 40 hours.