The 16 December, 2012 gangrape victim's mother said she was satisfied that the perpetrators have been awarded the death penalty by the Supreme Court.
2012 Delhi gangrape case verdict: SC upholds death penalty for four convicts, calls it 'barbaric' incident
The Supreme Court on Friday upheld the earlier order of death sentence to the four convicts in the brutal Delhi 2012 gangrape case.
The Supreme Court on Monday confirmed the death sentence awarded to the four convicts in the 16 December, 2012 gangrape and murder case, terming it the 'rarest of rare', most brutal, barbaric and diabolical attack on the 23-year-old paramedic student
The gangrape of Jyoti Singh on 16 December, 2012 that shook the country’s conscience and triggered massive outrage, is something that has been imprinted on our collective memory forever
The court has commenced hearing on the appeals by the four whose conviction and death sentence in 16 December Delhi gangrape case was upheld by the Delhi HC
Parents of the 16 December gangrape victim on Tuesday welcomed the passage of the long-pending Juvenile Justice Bill saying that it will deter juveniles from committing such crime against women even though they rued that their daughter has been denied justice.
Putting an end to a protracted legislative debate and a widespread public outcry, the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday passed the Juvenile Justice Bill. Under the new law, children between the ages of 16 years and 18 years who commit heinous crimes can now be tried as adults.
Juvenile Justice Bill: Public pressure forces Rajya Sabha into debate but it may not be a smooth passage
Rajya Sabha has been forced to take up the Juvenile Justice Bill for debate owing to unprecedented public pressure following the release of the convict in Jyoti Singh rape case
What is much more worrying is the fact that the union government too, while pushing for a new Juvenile Justice Bill, appears to be singularly focused on this one case, as evidenced by Maneka Gandhi's recent statements.
arents of the woman who was gangraped in Delhi in December 2012 on Tuesday keenly watched deliberations in Rajya Sabha as Maneka Gandhi piloted the Juvenile Justice Bill.
With the Supreme Court rejecting the plea against release of the juvenile convict, the parents of the 16 December gangrape victim on Monday said the courts have failed them and asked how many Nirbhayas would it take for the laws to change.
With the SC rejecting the plea against release of the juvenile convict, the parents of the 16 December gangrape victim said the courts have failed them.
Juvenile Justice Board rules Delhi gangrape convict 'not the most brutal'; was brutalised by his depiction
Much of the emotional anger against his release is predicated on the belief that this juvenile was the most bestial of the lot and his bestiality stood out.
Here is how the 2012 Delhi gangrape case unfolded.
Scores of protesters, including the parents of the 16 December gangrape victim, were detained after they protested against the release of the juvenile offender near India Gate.
There is a lot of confusion over whether the juvenile convict in the Delhi gangrape case will be released on Sunday or not.
Had she been alive and well today, Jyoti could have explained whether humiliation and agony she suffered at the hands of her tormentors was worse than the indignity of living under the shadow of an imaginary character.
The late Jyoti Singh Pandey’s parents have been publicly using her name and have told us they want her name published. And yet the media insists on calling her Nirbhaya.
Three years after the 23-year-old 'Nirbhaya' was brutally gang-raped here on 16 December, 2012, her mother on Wednesday revealed her name, saying she was not ashamed of it.
Streep told a packed auditorium that victim Jyoti Singh was not only India's daughter but "she's our daughter, too."