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Wednesday, Jul 24, 2019
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Jul 13, 2019 01:25
According to police, following the crime, family members of the rape survivor refused to accept her and drove her out of their house. The administration later intervened and shifted her to a shelter home where she delivered a baby. read more
Jul 07, 2019 14:19
The minor was caught by the locals while trying to steal a bag containing money at a bus stand. read more
May 09, 2019 23:46
The Place of Safety is a home for boys aged 18-21 years, who are accused of heinous crimes. The boy had turned 18 on April 3, the court order stated. read more
Apr 18, 2019 14:59
On Monday, the JJB held that during the crime, the accused was more than 18 years old and cannot be declared a juvenile in conflict with the law. The board determined that the date of birth of the accused is August 21, 1997, and at the time of the incident,... read more
Mar 17, 2019 03:38
Manglesh Kumar Choubey, principal magistrate, JJB Gurugram, in his order said it was in the best interest of children in conflict with the law that basic standards be adopted by the police in cases relating to juveniles. read more
Nov 20, 2018 12:04
A bench led by justice Arun Mishra also issued notice to the accused, on a petition filed by the victim’s father, assailing the Punjab and Haryana High Court order that reversed concurrent findings of the subordinate courts directing the boy to be treated... read more
Oct 23, 2018 11:30
The court has directed the Gurgaon JJB to decide afresh within six weeks after assessing the intelligence, maturity, physical fitness to ascertain whether the accused boy knew of consequences and then form an opinion whether the juvenile accused can... read more
Sep 08, 2018 04:42
Twenty-five juveniles were tried as adults in 2017, about 22% of the 114 apprehended by the Gurugram police that year. The number has increased to 38 (of 132) in 2018 so far. read more