Delhi call centre worker gang rape: Five jailed for life
A court in India has sentenced five men to life in jail for the abduction and gang rape of a call centre worker.
The 30-year-old woman was attacked in the early hours after an office cab dropped her off near her home in 2010.
Her attackers abducted and raped her in a pick-up truck. A female colleague walking with her managed to escape.
Violence against Indian women is deeply entrenched. The 2012 gang rape and murder of a student in Delhi caused outrage and led to a change in the law.
Delhi - where hundreds of rapes are recorded every year - is often called the "rape capital of India", although the reporting of cases is going up all over the country.
The call centre worker and her colleague were from the north-eastern state of Mizoram. The case received a lot of publicity in India with students from north-eastern states participating in protest rallies in Delhi.
Twenty-five police teams were formed to find the rapists, sketches of suspects were released and more than 500 people were questioned. Several hundred pick-up vans were checked.
The five men were found guilty last week.
The crime forced call centres and other businesses to introduce new safety measures to protect women employees.