File photo of undertaker Tay and his crew carrying the coffin of an Indian rape victim into a van as they leave a funeral parlour for the airport in Singapore

 
File photo of undertaker Tay and his crew carrying the coffin of an Indian rape victim into a van as they leave a funeral parlour for the airport in Singapore
Undertaker Roland Tay (L) and his crew carry the coffin of an Indian rape victim into a van as they leave a funeral parlour for the airport in Singapore in this December 29, 2012 file photo. Beaten and raped by five men and a teenager on a moving bus in the capital on Dec. 16, a 23-year-old student died from her injuries on Dec. 29 which resulted in thousands of outraged young Indians taking to the streets of New Delhi almost every day protesting for justice and security for women. India's politicians, seen as out of touch with the aspirations of the urban middle class, have been caught off guard by the protests. For the first time, they head into national elections due by May 2014 with women's rights as an issue. Picture taken December 29, 2012. REUTERS/Edgar Su/File