The New Delhi student whose brutal gang rape has sparked protests across India was fighting for her life in a Singapore hospital today after her condition took a "turn for the worse."
The hospital said she had suffered a heart attack, lung and abdominal infection and "significant" brain injury and was now on maximum artificial ventilation support.
Police have arrested six people in connection with the two-hour-long assault on a moving bus.
And one police officer was suspended and two fired in the Punjab on Thursday after they allegedly delayed investigating and harassed an 18-year-old gang rape victim who later killed herself.
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