Anti-rape demonstrator Avantika Shukla : News Photo

Anti-rape demonstrator Avantika Shukla

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NEW DELHI, INDIA - JANUARY 8: Avantika Shukla, 20, political science undergraduate student, waits at a bus stop after college to go for her evening course in corporate compliance. Shukla says public transport buses in New Delhi is the most unsafe for a woman. For her, daily life in the Indian capital is peppered with a series of difficult decisions about what is safe and unsafe, where to go, what to wear and how to act. Safety is the bottomline of every single choice that she makes from the time she steps out of her home.Shukla took part in the angry demonstrations that followed the brutal gang-rape of a young woman last month in the Indian capital. (Photo by Rama Lakshmi/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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NEW DELHI, INDIA - JANUARY 8: Avantika Shukla, 20, political science undergraduate student, waits at a bus stop after college to go for her evening course in corporate compliance. Shukla says public transport buses in New Delhi is the most unsafe for a woman. For her, daily life in the Indian capital is peppered with a series of difficult decisions about what is safe and unsafe, where to go, what to wear and how to act. Safety is the bottomline of every single choice that she makes from the time she steps out of her home.Shukla took part in the angry demonstrations that followed the brutal gang-rape of a young woman last month in the Indian capital. (Photo by Rama Lakshmi/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Avantika Shukla political science undergraduate student waits at a... News Photo 159222333Bus Stop,College,Compliance,Corporate Business,Course,Dusk,Go,Horizontal,Human Interest,India,New Delhi,Politics,Science,Student,University Student,WaitingPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostNEW DELHI, INDIA - JANUARY 8: Avantika Shukla, 20, political science undergraduate student, waits at a bus stop after college to go for her evening course in corporate compliance. Shukla says public transport buses in New Delhi is the most unsafe for a woman. For her, daily life in the Indian capital is peppered with a series of difficult decisions about what is safe and unsafe, where to go, what to wear and how to act. Safety is the bottomline of every single choice that she makes from the time she steps out of her home.Shukla took part in the angry demonstrations that followed the brutal gang-rape of a young woman last month in the Indian capital. (Photo by Rama Lakshmi/The Washington Post via Getty Images)