Three sisters aged between six and 11 were raped and murdered before their bodies were dumped down a village well in rural western India, police said on Wednesday.
Demonstrators take part in a One Billion Rising rally in New Delhi, on February 14, 2013. Indians were at the forefront of global protests in the campaign for women's rights, galvanised by the recent fatal gangrape that shocked the country.
The bodies of the three schoolgirls were found last week, two days after they went missing on February 14 from their home in the Bhandara district of Maharashtra state, police superintendent Aarti Singh told AFP.
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