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RE: The Position of Women in India, Universal v. Relative Individual Rights, Sovereignty Within four decades, from 2009 through 2012, India's sudden economical improvement was an interest of many countries, including the United States. As a result of its seven percent annual growth in GDP that the Goldman Sachs predicted India to become one of the top five worldwide economies by 2030, each comment on the nation was in regards to its own new potential. That is until December 16, 2012 where India was the origin of a global social media outrage, as protesters demanded the conviction of six guys. Not shortly after this adverse press, India's economy started experiencing inflammation almost as rapidly as its growth in GDP. From the guide, "How India Stumbled" Mehta describes India's vast increase in economic status as a inadvertent facade that concealed its true problems. However, rather than discussing possible economic policies that might have maintained India's advancement, I'd like to analyze the Indian government's violation of its own citizen's constitutional rights. Since the protesters went to fluctuates social media websites they informed the world about a young medical student that has been gang raped on a public bus by six guys; she later died on her way to the hospital, due to acute injuries sustained from the attack. This information wouldn't have been as disturbing if a Greek politician had not reacted to this tragedy with a remark that blamed the victim for provoking her assailants along with her clothes. The episode put a perspective on the way by which a female is perceived in India. The deprivation of human rights, both relative and universal, is a breach of every woman's constitutional right as an Indian. This begs the question: Does India still hold so...