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The father of an Indian woman who died after being gang raped on a Delhi bus has denied a British newspaper report that he wanted his daughter named.
I put forward that other diary because I believed it was what the murdered woman's family wanted. Now I have deleted it for the same reason.
"I have only said we won't have any objection if the government uses my daughter's name for a new law for crime against women that is more stringent and better framed that the existing one," the Hindustan Times quoted him as saying.
I quoted the Daily Mirror because I had seen a similar report about the father's wishes (that he wanted it publicized, without naming the name) on BBC News. I made a mistake, and I apologize.
I can't seem to change the title of the previous diary, which still appears on the Rec List even though the diary itself has been deleted. (Which also means I can't edit it.) I have put in a Help Desk request. If you have any other suggestions, please let me know.
5:39 PM PT: The title has now been removed from the Rec List.