The gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old Indian woman last December sparked mass protests across the country.
The victim - who cannot be named for legal reasons - was travelling on a bus in Delhi with a male friend when they were attacked. They were later dumped on the roadside.
She later died in a Singapore hospital from internal injuries on the 29 December.
It led to demands for stronger laws, tougher police action against those accused of sexual assault and a sustained campaign to change society's views on women.
An Indian juvenile court has convicted a teenager of the rape and murder of a young woman who was gang raped on bus in Delhi, last December, the Associated Press reports.
The defendant - who cannot be named for legal reasons - was 17 at the time of the attack and was tried as a minor.
He now faces a maximum sentence of three years at a reform centre, defence lawyer Rajesh Tewari said.
Four other men are on trial for the same attack. A fifth defendant was found dead in his cell in March
A court in New Delhi is expected to announce its verdict on a juvenile suspect accused of the gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old student on a bus last year.
He is charged with rape, murder, destroying evidence, and other crimes carried out while aged 17.
If convicted, the maximum sentence that he can receive is three years at a correction facility, which will include the time he spent in custody during the case.
He has denied the charges, as have four men also on trial for the attack.