India | Reported by Sonal Mehrotra, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Saturday August 31, 2013
Ahead of the verdict on the youngest accused in the Delhi gang-rape, the parents of the 23-year-old girl who was assaulted and raped by six men in a moving bus say they would be denied closure if one of their daughter's killers got off lightly.
Cities | Harsha Kumari Singh | Saturday July 20, 2013
Kota, famous for IIT coaching in the country, is now witnessing rise in juvenile crimes. Police say over one lakh students, mostly between 13 to 16 years of age, who come here to study in different coaching institutes are more vulnerable to bad influ...
India | Edited by Mala Das | Wednesday July 17, 2013
The Supreme Court has refused to reduce the age for being considered juvenile to 16 years and has said that even those accused of heinous crimes, but below 18 years of age, will continue to be tried by a juvenile board under the Juvenile Justice Act,...
India | Written by Sutapa Deb | Saturday February 16, 2013
The Delhi gang-rape case two months ago brought the issue of juvenile justice into sharp focus. So far, the debates have looked at the law in a negative context, and revisited the age limit angle. An important dimension of the law, reform and rehabil...
India | Edited by Sindhu Manjesh | Monday January 28, 2013
A magistrate at Delhi's Juvenile Justice Board is expected to decide whether the school certificate of the sixth accused in the Delhi gang-rape case is valid or not today.
India | Press Trust of India | Monday January 7, 2013
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday suggested change in laws against heinous crimes like rape with provision of speedy trial and favoured reducing juvenile age from 18 to 16 years in view of the spate of crimes being committed by youngsters.
India | Associated Press | Wednesday January 2, 2013
A bone test is being conducted to confirm the age of a juvenile suspect in custody for the fatal assault and gang-rape of a young woman, while prosecutors will seek the death penalty for the other five men arrested with him, police said on Tuesday.
News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday April 29, 2009
Medical tests reveal that Ajmal Amir Qasab, prime accused in Mumbai terror attack case, is above 20 years in age and not a juvenile as claimed by him.