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Reports of horrific violence against girls keep cropping up with sickening regularity - the latest being the rape of a medical student in a bus and a 6-year-old child being violated: http://iexp.in/RbC4988 21st century India's capital seems to be stuck in medieval times, if not worse.
Indian Express asks -- How can we make our homes and cities safe for our women?
IN IMAGE: Timeline of the shocking gangrape of a medical student on Delhi's roads.
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1. Make laws stringent. Being a student of sociology, I think people don't see what a criminal goes through. We just take him off the street and consider the world to be a safer place. A reality show, may be? Long shot. That being said, Capital Punishment would be too harsh, even though that is what comes to my mind after reading such news. But minimum sentence should be 10 years or more.

2. Society should start taking responsibility for what happened. These people comes from society, not from system. We should blame ourselves for letting criminals believe they can live among us after committing such heinous act. Government too need to step up its efforts, which are clearly lacking. Fast track court for swift and examples needs to be created.

3. More women representatives in Parliament. The one who are there are not from the middle strata and are oblivious to plight of a regular women. Sorry, but this is what I feel.
 
ABOUT THIS CASE NO NEED ENQUIRY DIRECT HANGING BETTER IF MAKE LIKE THIS NO BODY CAN MAKE ANOTHER MISTAKE
 
Death-penalty should be awarded to these demons.Because,only this type of rigorous punishment  can curb these ever increasing rape cases in the capital and inculcate fear among rapists.
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