A teenager has been found hanging from a tree in a village in northern India, the fourth woman to die in such a way in recent weeks in Uttar Pradesh state.
The family of the 19-year-old say she was raped. A post mortem is under way.
It comes just one day after a woman's body was found hanging from a tree in a remote village elsewhere in the state.
The gang rape and murder of two girls found in similar circumstances last month sparked outrage. Correspondents say more cases are now being reported.
Such attacks have long taken place in Uttar Pradesh, reports the BBC's Geeta Pandey in Delhi, but recent outrage over gender crimes has meant that every case is being reported to police and getting media coverage.
Uttar Pradesh, India's most populous state with more than 200 million people, is also home to a staggering number of poor and it is the poor and the disadvantaged low-caste women who are most at risk of such crimes, our correspondent adds.
The body of the latest victim was found in a village in the state's Moradabad area, just three hours' drive from India's capital, Delhi.