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In a first, Juvenile board orders teen to be tried as adult in rape case

In a first, Juvenile board orders teen to be tried as adult in rape case

In a first order of its kind, the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) has directed that a teenager would face trial as an adult in a heinous offence of allegedly raping a 17-year-old girl, saying he had committed the crime "meticulously" and in a "planned manner".

Mercedes hit-and-run case: Court seeks reply from police

Mercedes hit-and-run case: Court seeks reply from police

Additional Sessions Judge Vimal Kumar Yadav fixed July 2 for hearing the arguments of Delhi police and the boy on the appeal.

Delhi hit-and-run: Minor challenges Juvenile Justice Board order

Delhi hit-and-run: Minor challenges Juvenile Justice Board order

A minor accused in a hit-and-run case which killed a business consultant here on Thursday challenged a Juvenile Justice Board order that he will be tried as an adult.

Mercedes hit-and-run case: Delhi Police welcomes Juvenile Justice Board's decision

Mercedes hit-and-run case: Delhi Police welcomes Juvenile Justice Board's decision

It is the first of its kind case since the amendment in Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015, which allowed the Board to transfer cases of heinous offences by children to Sessions court.

Delhi Mercedes hit-and-run case: Juvenile Justice Board to pronounce order today

Delhi Mercedes hit-and-run case: Juvenile Justice Board to pronounce order today

  The Juvenile Justice Board will today pronounce its order on the Delhi Police's plea, asking to try the minor accused of running over 32-year-old Siddharth Sharma as an adult in a trial court.

Delhi Mercedes hit-and-run case: Juvenile driver gets bail

Delhi Mercedes hit-and-run case: Juvenile driver gets bail

New Delhi: A class 12 student who is accused of killing while driving his father's Mercedes at high speed in Delhi recently, was granted bail on Tuesday.

Mercedes hit-and-run: Juvenile Justice Board may pronounce verdict today

Mercedes hit-and-run: Juvenile Justice Board may pronounce verdict today

The accused surrendered before the police on April 10 and was sent to a juvenile justice home.

Delhi gang-rape convict's release: DCW chief may approach Hamid Ansari; is the move too late?

Delhi gang-rape convict's release: DCW chief may approach Hamid Ansari; is the move too late?

The parents of the Delhi gang-rape victim will now hold a protest march at Jantar Mantar, which was earlier slated to be held at India Gate, but because of the imposition of Section 144 in the area, they were not allowed.

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Juvenile should not walk free, say Dec 16 gang-rape victim's parents

 With less than two days to go for the release of the juvenile convict in the December 16 gang rape case, the victim's parents today feared that he might be a "threat to society" and demanded that his mental condition be assessed before setting him free.

Danish gang-rape case: Court records testimonies of 3 policemen

A Delhi court on Tuesday recorded statements of three policemen in a case of alleged rape of a 52-year-old Danish woman by nine persons here last year.

Gang-rape case: Danish woman fails to identify three juveniles

The gang-rape case of a Danish woman on Thursday took a strange turn when she failed to identify three juveniles allegedly involved in the crime, with the prosecution telling the Juvenile Justice Board here that their tender age has turned her sympathetic towards them.

Jagmohan Dalmiya's grandson, driver assault cop

Jagmohan Dalmiya's grandson, driver assault cop

 BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya's grandson Aditya was on Thursday presented before a Juvenile Justice Board and his driver sent to judicial custody for assaulting a policeman, police said.

Danish woman gangrape case: Court records statement of cop

 A Delhi court on Monday recorded the statement of a policeman in a case in which eight persons are accused of gangraping a 52-year-old Danish woman here last year.

Court denies bail to juvenile, says boy out of parents' control

A Delhi court has rejected the bail plea of a juvenile, accused in an attempt to murder case, saying his parents have no control over the boy who indulged in a similar crime when he was out on bail in another offence.

No change in Govt's stand on Juvenile Justice Bill 2014

Noting that the issue of lowering age of juveniles involved in heinous crimes from 18 years to 16 years has not been understood in proper perspective, the Government on Friday said there has been no change in its stand and position on the Juvenile Justice Bill, 2014.

Juveniles require considerate, sophisticated handling: Court

Holding that juveniles in conflict with law require considerate and sophisticated handling by investigating agencies and judiciary, a Delhi court has granted bail to a minor, who was facing charge of attempt to murder of an eight-year-old.

Proposed amendment in juvenile law draws bouquet, brickbats

The proposed law for prosecuting juveniles aged between 16 and 18 years for heinous crimes in regular courts have drawn bouquets as well as brickbats from jurists and child rights activists.

DCW chief welcomes amendment to Juvenile Justice Act

Delhi Commission for Women chief, Barkha Singh Shukla, said that she welcomes the amendment in the Juvenile Justice Act passed by the Union Cabinet on Wednesday.

Union Cabinet approves lowering juvenile age from 18 to 16 years for serious crimes

In a major decision the Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved lowering of age of juveniles from eighteen to sixteen years.