Dec 23, 2013
India's over 1,000 fast track courts, set up for moving the wheels of justice faster, have decided more than 3.2 million cases in the past 11 years, but a whopping 32 million cases are still pending, according to available official data. #Delhi #NewsTracker #Sexual harassment #Fast-track courts #India's courts #India's legal system
Dec 16, 2013
Trials in fast-track courts are running at a snail's pace compared to last year. Six fast-track courts in Delhi, designated for speedy disposal of sexual offences cases, have disposed of only around 400 cases till the end of November. At least 1,090 sexual offence cases are still pending. #NewsTracker #Delhi gangrape #Delhi rape case #Fast-track courts #December 16 gangrape
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