i think you're missing the point, mo. i think even if you find data and 'prove' that there are more rapes in india than in developed countries, the underlying gender issues are the same across cultures, the difference is that in the west maybe we're a few years ahead in the debate and have made a few advances in terms of women's status and punishing rape. but not enough to alter the underlying issue which is the inequality between men and women, and blaming the victim when a rape occurs (whether it's the clothes she wore or the fact that she got drunk or thatever) because men are somehow incapable of controlling their impulses and if women weren't sluts, they wouldn't get raped.
but even though in the west we may be a few years ahead, rapes are still severely underreported, and in cases where they are reported, the police and the courts are horribly ill-equipped to deal with rape victims, often treating them like shit, discouraging them from filing charges, blaming them for their attacks, etc. and conviction rates are pretty shockingly low.