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Indian residents Meena Rai (L) and Usharai (R) - neighbours of a gangrape victim - stand with police personnel outside a cremation ground in New Delhi on December 30, 2012, after a cremation ceremony.  The victim of a gang-rape and murder which triggered an outpouring of grief and anger across India was cremated at a private ceremony, hours after her body was flown home from Singapore.  The unidentified 23-year-old, the focus of nationwide protests since she was brutally attacked on a bus in New Delhi two weeks ago, was cremated away from the public glare at the request of her traumatised parents.   The murdered victim of a gang-rape in New Delhi was to marry her boyfriend who was injured in the same attack, neighbours who attended her funeral said.   AFP/SAJJAD HUSSAIN
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