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The scene at a candle light vigil earlier this month in New Delhi. Those gathered want the men accused in a brutal rape and murder to be punished, and they want violence against women in India to stop. Harish Tyagi /EPA /LANDOV hide caption

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Hindu devotees prayed and washed as they attended the first "Shahi Snan" (grand bath) at the opening of the Kumbh Mela festival today in Allahabad, India. Jitendra Prakash /Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Inside the courthouse in New Delhi today, there were chaotic scenes leading up to a hearing for men accused in the rape and death of a young woman. Outside, Indian police stood watch. Sajjad Hussain /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Protesters hold candles during a rally in New Delhi late Saturday following the death of a woman gang-raped on a bus. Sajjad Hussain /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Protestors are storming central Delhi streets, calling for women's safety following a brutal attack on a young woman last weekend. Sajjad Hussain/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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September 2012: Employees celebrate the opening of a Best Price Modern store in Hyderabad, India. Bharti Enterprises manages that and other such stores, which Wal-Mart has invested in. Noah Seelam /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Musician Ravi Shankar performs at the Concert For Bangladesh benefit at Madison Square Garden in New York on Aug. 1, 1971. Shankar died Tuesday. He was 92. JIM WELLS/AP hide caption

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Susan Stamberg on 'Morning Edition'

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