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Mathura: The Rape that Changed India

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Forty years before December 16, 2012, another girl was raped by policemen in a small village in Maharashtra. Mathura's journey through the corridors of justice story inspired four professors to take on the judiciary in a revolutionary act of courage. This is the extraordinary story of a tribal girl who galvanised the nation and a four-page letter that changed India.

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