A court here on Tuesday pronounce its verdict in the infamous December 16, 2012 Delhi gang-rape case, holding the four accused - Vinay Sharma, Akshay Thakur, Pawan and Mukesh - guilty.
The prosecution in the December 16 gangrape case on Saturday told a court here that the brutal assault meted out to the victim and her male friend by the alleged rapists was with a motive to "eliminate" them.
Over three crore cases are pending in the 21 High Courts and subordinate courts across the country.
In a significant development, the Delhi Police Thursday filed a chargesheet in the brutal Delhi gang-rape case, which saw the nation rise in outrage.
A state-run Chinese newspaper sees the case of the gang-rape of the 23-year-old girl, as a demonstration of the inability of Indian democratic system.
India must adopt and enforce measures to ensure the dignified treatment and examination of sexual assault survivors.
PM Manmohan Singh was Saturday appealed by a human rights org to declare December 29 as `National Day for Protesting Violence against Women`.
Condemning the Delhi gang-rape incident, the Bar Council of AP and Rajahmundry Bar Association have demanded strict action against the accused.
The outrage sparked off by the torture and rape of a young woman in Delhi is understandable but death sentence is not the answer to crime.
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