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Stalker sets schoolgirl on fire in deadly attack in southern IndiaThe death of a schoolgirl three days after she was set on fire by a stalker in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu has sparked outrage from activists who said the law was failing victims of unwanted advances from men.The incident comes a month after a software engineer was hacked to death in broad daylight at a train station in the port city of Chennai. The man arrested for her murder had been stalking her for months, police said.There were 337,922 reports of crimes against women such as rape, molestation, abduction and sexual offenses in 2014, up nine percent from the previous year, according to the latest data from India's National Crime Records Bureau.
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