Businesswoman raped in Delhi, accused arrested from Chandigarh

Businesswoman raped in Delhi, accused arrested from Chandigarh

A 33-year-old woman was raped in Connaught Place in Delhi on Friday, according to Zee News.

Supreme Court asks Centre, states to frame rules for adoption of children

Supreme Court asks Centre, states to frame rules for adoption of children

The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Centre and the states to frame rules and regulations under the new legislation meant to regulate inter-country and intra-country adoptions of children.

New law now enables juveniles' trial in heinous crimes

With the Juvenile Justice Act of 2015 coming into force from Friday, such accused can now be tried as adults for heinous crimes.

New Juvenile Justice Act comes into force today

Under the Act, those aged between 16 and 18 years will cease to get protection under the juvenile law and will be tried as adults if they commit heinous crimes. 

Nirbhaya rape case: `Juvenile rapist no more in Delhi`

Nirbhaya rape case: `Juvenile rapist no more in Delhi`

The juvenile convicted for the 2012 Delhi gang-rape, along with five other men, is presently being sheltered outside Delhi, a report said on Tuesday.

Watch: 15 reports from 15 cities

Watch: 15 reports from 15 cities

Watch: 15 reports from 15 cities

Watch: 15 reports from 15 cities

Midnight drama: DCW moves SC against juvenile's release, but why the delay?

In a dramatic late night development, the Supreme Court accepted a special leave petition (SLP) filed by the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) as part of a last ditch effort to stop the release of the juvenile convict in the Nirbhaya gang-rape case from an observation home on Sunday.

Midnight drama: DCW moves SC against juvenile's release, but why the delay?-Part 2

In a dramatic late night development, the Supreme Court accepted a special leave petition (SLP) filed by the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) as part of a last ditch effort to stop the release of the juvenile convict in the Nirbhaya gang-rape case from an observation home on Sunday.

People stage protest as juvenile rapist released

Upset over the release of Nirbhaya's juvenile rapist, the victim's parents and others held a protest at India Gate on Sunday.

Release of juvenile convict: Maneka Gandhi puts blame on Rajya Sabha

As decks seemed to be cleared for the release of the juvenile convict in December 16 gang-rape case, Union minister Maneka Gandhi on Friday blamed Rajya Sabha for not passing the Bill to amend the Juvenile Justice Act which seeks stringent punishment for children aged between 16-18 involved in heinous crimes.

Should criminal be treated according to law or on the basis of their crime? Part-III

The juvenile convict in the December 16, 2012 gangrape case is set to walk free after the Delhi HC turned down the Centre's appeal to impose a stay order on his release.

Should criminal be treated according to law or on the basis of their crime? Part-II

The juvenile convict in the December 16, 2012 gangrape case is set to walk free after the Delhi HC turned down the Centre's appeal to impose a stay order on his release.

Should criminal be treated according to law or on the basis of their crime?

The juvenile convict in the December 16, 2012 gangrape case is set to walk free after the Delhi HC turned down the Centre's appeal to impose a stay order on his release.

Juvenile convict in Delhi gang-rape case won't be kept in NGO custody: Report

Juvenile convict in Delhi gang-rape case won't be kept in NGO custody: Report

The juvenile sentenced for his involvement in the 2012 Delhi gang-rape case will not be kept under monitoring of an non-governmental organisation (NGO) after his release from a special home later this month, say a report on Thursday.

Nirbhaya gang-rape case: Juvenile convict won't be freed, to stay in NGO for a year

Nirbhaya gang-rape case: Juvenile convict won't be freed, to stay in NGO for a year

The juvenile sentenced for his involvement in the 2012 Delhi gang-rape case will be in the custody of an NGO for a year.

Catholic Bishop's Conference slams govt's new adoption guidelines

The government's guidelines to allow single people to adopt children have invited criticism from Catholic Bishop's Conference of India (CBCI) which also endorsed the stand taken by the Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity to stop adoption from its orphanages.

J&K: Teacher booked for beating student with stick

 A teacher of a private school in north Kashmir's Kupwara district has been booked for allegedly assaulting an eight-year-old student.

35 million children need care and protection: DCPCR chairperson

Around 35 million children in India require care and protection and need to be socially integrated back home, Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) chairperson Amod K Kanth said here on Friday.