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When culture is the culprit in the way women are treated

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Clearly, the Indian crowd at the station that day believed the Nigerians had no right to tease Indian women - something they perhaps believe is entirely their prerogative - PHOTO: AFP

Singapore

A COUPLE of weeks ago, a disturbing incident occurred in India at one of New Delhi's busiest metro stations. Two Nigerian nationals who allegedly misbehaved with women were subject to Indian ire, mob-style. A shocking video captured on a phone showed the two perpetrators

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