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    Indian woman gang raped and set alight in Uttar Pradesh

    Indian woman gang raped and set alight in Uttar Pradesh


    A woman has been gang raped and burnt alive in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, police say, the latest in a series of brutal but unrelated attacks on women there.

    The woman's family says five men gang-raped her and then set her alight in her own home in Etah district.

    In the past week there have been three violent attacks on women in the state.

    Correspondents say Uttar Pradesh is one of India's most lawless states where women are accorded a very low status.

    On Friday a 14-year-old girl was stabbed in the eye as she fought off two men who attempted to rape her.

    The teenager was attacked in Gadwa Buzurg village in the Kannauj district of the northern state. She lost one eye and the other was also seriously damaged.

    Police say the attackers were from her own village. Only one has been arrested so far and police said they were looking for the second man.

    Two policemen in the area, who initially refused to lodge the parents' complaint, have been suspended.

    Last week, a girl's body was found hanging from a tree on police premises in the Nighasan area of Lakhimpur district.

    The girl's parents alleged that she was raped and murdered and that the police had offered them a bribe to keep quiet.

    In the latest incident the woman, who was in her thirties, was sitting outside her home when five men dragged her inside the house and gang-raped her, according to her family.

    Her family say the attackers sprinkled kerosene on her and set her on fire because the woman had recognised them and they were afraid of being caught.

    The woman managed to give a statement to police but died shortly afterwards.

    Police say they are are still looking for the attackers.

    Earlier this year, the head of the National Commission for Women, Girija Vyas, said Uttar Pradesh was at the top of the list when it came to violent crimes against women.

    State authorities have been criticised in recent years after several attacks on women and girls were reported.

    BBC News - Indian woman gang raped and set alight in Uttar Pradesh

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    And then, when you're old and gray, lying on your death-bed...
    You can run, but...

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    Hindu trash

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    Two policemen in the area, who initially refused to lodge the parents' complaint, have been suspended.
    Last week, a girl's body was found hanging from a tree on police premises in the Nighasan area of Lakhimpur district.
    The girl's parents alleged that she was raped and
    murdered and that the police had offered them a bribe to keep quiet.
    Seems like they have an excellent police force, but not likely an equal opportunity employer...

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    I used to date an Indian girl that thought quite highly of herself and her peeps. She would constantly tell everyone that Indians were the most brilliant people on the face of the earth.

    I never thought that about her nor have I ever met an Indian that convinced me of it.

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    ^And your point is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    ^And your point is...
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    http://teakdoor.com/thailand-and-asi...er-father.html (India : Girl 'sold for sex' by her father)
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    No, way way lower than that.

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    It's their culture. All cultures are equal. You should respect their culture.


    Let me go puke before breakfast.


    An added thought. Developing countries. What a fuckin joke. Building a few buildings and infrastructure doesn't mean you're developing. I see NO developing countries on the face of this planet, including China. Just window-dressed 3rd world hell-holes filled with unevolved monkeys, rich and poor, 'educated' and uneducated.
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    Thai foreign minister on Aljazeera regarding border dispute:

    'We are not some 3rd world banana republic'...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pol the Pot View Post
    Hindu trash
    Indeed. Considered the birthplace [Uttar Pradesh] of Hinduism.
    Savages.

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    And those are only three stories of the thousands of horrible things that happen to women and girls all over the world every day. Most of which don't reach the International press.

    Not getting on my feminazi high horse - but it is true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    Thai foreign minister on Aljazeera regarding border dispute:

    'We are not some 3rd world banana republic'...
    Too true, it is a mango republic.

    We have a completely different kind of fruit here.

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    . . .coming to a town near you in the UK.


    Well we have to let them keep their identity, culture and traditions.



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