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The Jyoti Singh Case

Season 1, Ep. 6

In December 2012, India would be rocked by one of the most horrible cases of gang-rape and murder right in the middle of its capital, Delhi. The case would break wide open conversations about the role and treatment of women in Indian society and gender-based violence not only in India but the rest of the world. The story of a young woman who pursued her dreams so unapologetically only to be denied the future she so truly deserved resonated all around the world and sparked outrage and numerous moments of reflection. Listen now to this harrowing story here on Asia In The Shadows.


BBC Documentary, India’s Daughter - https://vimeo.com/122188362



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Music Credits:

Displaced Memories - David Horowitz

Cursed House - Sergey Cheremisinov



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The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and position of Podcast Network Asia, the hosts of the program or other programs of the network. Any content provided by the people on the podcast are of their own opinion, and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.

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