Women have little recourse against domestic violence in India. Husbands aren't punished even if they've beaten, tortured or raped their wives. Women's rights activists have tried to tighten the law for years - with little success.
To help overburdened students cope with stress, government schools across Delhi have added a new subject to their schedules — happiness. There are no tests, no marks and no homework. Sonia Phalnikar reports.
Reports of child abuse at state-run shelters have shocked India, exposing the government's inability to protect children. Authorities have ordered an inquiry, but activists say the culture of abuse is pervasive in India.
Leena Kejriwal uses art and gaming to share stories of human trafficking and encourage players to take action in the real world. Thousands of girls are forced into the sex trade in India each year.
A spate of sex scandals has exposed the dark side of the clergy in the southern Indian state of Kerala. Despite growing calls for reform of the church, religious leaders continue to resist.
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