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.

Cabinet to take up amendments in Juvenile Justice Act today

The Union Cabinet will on Wednesday discuss a proposal which calls for giving more powers to the Juvenile Justice Board to decide on whether a juvenile above 16 years involved in heinous crimes such as rape is to be sent to a correctional centres or tried in a regular court.

Cabinet to take up Juvenile Justice Act amendments on Tuesday

A proposal to decide on whether a juvenile above 16 years involved in heinous crimes is to be sent to a observation home or tried in a regular court, is likely to be taken up by cabinet o Wednesday.

Delhi HC blast: JJB awards 3 years term at special home to minor

JJB sentenced the lone minor convict in the September 2011 Delhi High Court blast case, in which 15 people were killed and 79 others were injured, to a three-year term at a special home.

Juvenile Justice Board to decide on `Juveniles` above 16 years

In a significant move, Government has decided to revise the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 in a bid to address concerns regarding the implementation of the Act.

December 16 gang-rape: Centre says juvenile can`t be tried twice

Centre told Supreme Court that law did not allow juvenile, convicted in December 16 gangrape, to be tried twice for same offence as sought by parents of victims who demanded retrial by criminal court.

No death, life term for juveniles for heinous crimes: Krishna Tirath

Women and Child Development Ministry clarified that Juvenile Justice Board will remain appellant authority for cases of juveniles involved in murder and rape and ruled out death penalty.

Delhi gang-rape case: SC seeks Centre`s reply on laws on juvenility

Nearly a year after the brutal gang-rape and murder of a 23-year-old girl here, the Supreme Court on Monday sought the Centre`s stand on criminal courts` power to decide `juvenility` of an offender, who are between the age of 16 to 18 years, in heinous crimes.

Comply with Juvenile Board`s order to act against gangs: HC to police

The city police have been directed by the Delhi High Court to implement the Juvenile Justice Board`s earlier order, asking it to probe and act against adult offenders for using children in offences.

Delhi gangrape case: HC to hear trial court reference on Monday

The Delhi High Court will hear on Monday the trial court`s reference for confirmation of the death penalty awarded by it to four men in the December 16 gangrape-cum-murder case.

Accept school certificate as age proof: Supreme Court

Noting the large number of cases where the question of whether or not an accused is a juvenile reach right up to the Supreme Court, the apex court has said that an authentic school leaving certificate (SLC) should confirm the age, and there is no need for a medical determination of this if that document is available.