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My research work stolen and published as his own by the co author without my consent

My research paper was stolen by a co-author. I have reported her but the head of my institution is defending that teacher. I have all the mail correspondences between the unethical co-author and myself along with all the data that I produced as part of my contribution.

How do I go about proving my side of defense? My faculty are trying to prove that she has done this as a part of her MTECH, which is completely false!

What do I do?

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    @recursion.ninja Hi. Please refrain from editing closed questions when your edit does not fix the problem related to why the question was closed in the first place. – Mad Jack Aug 5 '15 at 20:15
  • @recursion.ninja Have a look at this meta post. – Mad Jack Aug 5 '15 at 20:21
  • @MadJack thanks for the reference. I have reviewed it and understand the community's position on such questions. I didn't know it would affect the re-open queue. Can I ask why this revision was rejected? I thought it greatly improved readability. What is the community's standards on revisions for formatting & readability? – recursion.ninja Aug 5 '15 at 20:27