"We want the world to know her name": Identity of India gang rape victim revealed by father

'We want the world to know her name': Identity of India gang rape victim revealed by fatherJyoti Singh Pandey died of her injuries 13 days after she was lured onto a bus where she was gang rapedHer father Badri Singh Pandey has agreed to reveal her name 'to give courage to other women who have survived these attacks'He calls the men who carried out the attack 'beasts' and calls for them to be given the death penaltyFive of the accused men are expected to appear in court for pre-trial proceedings on Tomorrow /12/27/article-2253458-16AA432A000005DC-392_634x423.jpg” width=”634″ height=”423″ alt=”Treatment: Miss Singh Pandey was taken to intensive care at a Singapore hospital but died of her injuries” class=”blkBorder” /> Treatment: Miss Singh Pandey was taken to intensive care at a Singapore hospital but died of her injuries The brutal attack has caused uproar in India, with mass demonstrations for women's rights and calls for the six suspects in the case to be hanged.

Delhi gang rape victim takes her first steps in hospital as fresh protests by outraged demonstrators rock capital

Delhi gang rape victim takes her first steps in hospital as fresh protests by outraged demonstrators rock capitalPolice use tear gas and water cannons to control protestors in New DelhiThousands take to the streets in anger after student is raped The victim of the attack is said to have taken her first steps in hospitalThe Government attempted to appease demonstrators by promising increased protection for women | UPDATED: 14:20 GMT, 23 December 2012 Violent clashes between Indian police and thousands of people who took to the streets of the country's capital city to protest against the alleged gang rape and beating of a student have continued for a second day. Police used water cannons and tear gas to control hordes of protestors in a high security zone in New Delhi after trouble erupted amid angry demonstrations following the alleged rape of a 23-year-old student on a bus

Fears of further violence in Egypt after opposition claims widespread fraud in referendum that approved Islamist-backed constitution

Fears of further violence in Egypt after opposition claims widespread fraud in referendum that approved Islamist-backed constitutionMulsim Brotherhood say constitution got backing of 64 per cent of votersBut National Salvation Front say 'irregularities' should be investigatedOpposition group voters stayed away due to fears of electoral abuse | UPDATED: 18:59 GMT, 23 December 2012 Egypt's opposition claimed widespread fraud after a referendum gave approval to an Islamist-backed constitution. The constitution, which has provoked large scale demonstrations and riots, got the backing of 64 per cent of voters it was claimed today by the Muslim Brotherhood, the main group backing the charter