New Delhi, Jan 1: It has been four days since the gang-rape victim passed away. But the anger refuses to melt away in the very heart of the Indian capital.
Within stone's throw distance of the Jantar Mantar observatory, almost an entire street has been taken over by a mass of seemingly faceless people furious over the status of Indian women.
There is no central leadership to these protesters. They come from all parts of Delhi - even nearby states. They give militant speeches. They squat on the road. They light candles. They talk. They debate. They hear.
They are mainly young men and women, dominantly from the Jawaharlal Nehru University and colleges of the larger Delhi University. There are also other youths. There are activists too.