Supreme Court dismisses juvenility plea of 2012 gangrape convict Pawan Kumar Gupta, says Delhi HC 'rightly' rejected petition
The apex court bench, headed by Justice R Banumathi, said the Delhi High Court "rightly rejected" Gupta's claim of being a juvenile at the time of the offence.
2012 Delhi gangrape case: SC to hear on 20 Jan convict Pawan Kumar Gupta's plea against HC order rejecting his juvenility claim
The Supreme Court will hear on 20 January a plea of a death row convict in the 2012 Delhi gangrape and murder case against a Delhi High Court order dismissing his claim of being a juvenile at the time of the commission of the offence
2012 Delhi gangrape and murder case: Convicts won't be able to escape gallows despite legal tactics, says victim's father
The father of the victim of the 2012 Delhi gangrape and murder said that the four convicts will not be able to escape the gallows, despite all the legal tactics they may employ
2012 Delhi gangrape case: 'My daughter has got justice,' says victim's mother; hope death warrant will act as deterrent, say politicos
2012 Delhi gangrape case: Asha Devi, the mother of 23-year-old Jyoti Singh, who was gang-raped in a moving bus in 2012, said that the death warrant to the four convicts in the case will strengthen people's trust in the judicial system
2012 Delhi gangrape victim's mother breaks down as court adjourns hearing on issuing death warrants of convicts
Nirbhaya's mother broke down outside the Patiala House court on Wednesday after the court adjourned for 7 January the hearing on the issuance of death warrants against the four convicts in the Delhi gangrape-and-murder case
Supreme Court dismisses 2012 Delhi gangrape case convict's review plea, gives him three weeks to file mercy petition before president
The Supreme Court Wednesday dismissed the plea filed by one of the four convicts in the Jyoti Singh gang rape and murder case, seeking review of its 2017 judgement upholding his death penalty
Jyoti Singh, who clocked 1 hour 22 minutes and 20 seconds to win the Delhi Half Marathon, tested positive for a banned substance in a dope test conducted.
Delhi Crime: Director Richie Mehta on his vision to create a project that gives viewers a sense of catharsis
Delhi Crime's director Richie Mehta speaks about his decision to not include a rape scene in his series, and the research he undertook on the work of the police force
Crimes against women haven't stopped since Jyoti Singh case; BJP should clarify how 'Ram Rajya' will be created, says Shiv Sena
Hitting out at a BJP MLA's remarks on rape incidents in the country, the Shiv Sena said on Tuesday that law and order has gone out of control and asked how the BJP plans to establish "Ram Rajya", in such a scenario.
DCW chief Swati Maliwal must act, not fast: Delhi's depleting de-addiction centres put women at risk, fuel drug abuse
Swati Maliwal also wants a high-level committee comprising the Union home minister, Delhi’s chief minister, Delhi’s Lt Governor and police commissioner and head of the Delhi Commission for Women to be set up to discuss crimes against women and that these meetings be broadcast publicly.
Kathua rape and murder case: The perversity of labelling the eight-year-old victim as 'the new Nirbhaya'
The 8-year-old victim of rape and murder in Kathua is not the new Nirbhaya, because there should be no Nirbhaya. Let’s never forget that.
Nirbhaya's rape her own mistake, don't wear lipstick and jeans, Raipur teacher warns girls; sparks outrage
Nirbhaya's gangrape was her own mistake, and not of her rapists’, a Kendriya Vidyalaya teacher in Raipur allegedly told her students.
Over five years since the fateful December 16 night, when a 23-year-old woman was brutally gangraped shocking the entire nation, not much has changed at the bus stop in South Delhi from where she and her male friend had boarded the bus.
It is the first time that the court was dealing with a case where there were four offenders instead of one, where they collectively raped.
Now that the highest court in the land has upheld the death penalty in what was a horrific case of sexual assault and murder, it is time that we reinstate public executions in our country and also have the victim’s family members participate in the hanging.
2012 Delhi gangrape case verdict: Celebrations can be put on hold for now, women still aren't safe in this country
It was a day of victory for India when the Supreme Court awarded a well-deserved death sentence to the four convicts who brutally raped, mutilated and murdered 23-year-old Jyoti Singh.
The celebratory, self-congratulating noise going around after the Supreme Court’s decision on Friday upholding the death sentence to the convicts of the 16 December, 2012 gangrape and murder case leaves one with a sense of dismay.
2012 Delhi gangrape case verdict: Is denying death penalty in the Bilkis Bano episode justice denied?
How could the same law be applied differently to two similar cases is a question only legal experts and courts can answer.
Timeline of the 2012 Delhi gangrape case in which the Supreme Court on Friday upheld the death sentences of the four convicts.
Supreme Court upholds death penalty for convicts in 2012 gangrape case: Convicts have limited legal options
Calling it a "rarest of rare" case, the Supreme Court on Friday upheld the death sentence on all four convicts in the brutal Delhi 2012 gangrape case.