NEW DELHI - Five men accused of raping and killing a young student in the Indian capital have arrived at court for pre-trial proceedings.

Police have charged the men with murder, rape and other crimes that could bring them the death penalty. The crime caused nationwide outrage, leading to massive protests.

After Monday's hearing, Magistrate Namrita Aggarwal is expected to transfer their case to a fast-track court set up last week for their trial.

A sixth suspect who is 17 years old was expected to be tried in a juvenile court, where the maximum sentence would be three years in a reform facility.

Prosecutor Rajiv Mohan said last week that a DNA test confirmed that the blood of the victim matched blood stains found on the clothes of all the accused.

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    Members of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang) take part in a joint protest for better implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, in New Delhi on September 17, 2009. The Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang), a group of women in rural India who strive for social justice, don pink saris and fight for women�s rights, against corruption, and for the poor. Leader Sampat Devi began the vigilante group in 2006, and chose the color pink for her gang�s uniform because most other colors are used to represent political parties. AFP PHOTO/ Manpreet ROMANA (Photo credit should read MANPREET ROMANA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Members of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang) take part in a joint protest for better implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, in New Delhi on September 17, 2009. The Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang), a group of women in rural India who strive for social justice, don pink saris and fight for women’s rights, against corruption, and for the poor. Leader Sampat Devi began the vigilante group in 2006, and chose the color pink for her gang’s uniform because most other colors are used to represent political parties. AFP PHOTO/ Manpreet ROMANA (Photo credit should read MANPREET ROMANA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Leader of the Gulabi Gang, Sampat Pal Devi (C) gestures as she chats with members during a joint protest for better implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, in New Delhi on September 17, 2009. The Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang), a group of women in rural India who strive for social justice, don pink saris and fight for women�s rights, against corruption, and for the poor. Sampat Devi began the vigilante group in 2006, and chose the color pink for her gang�s uniform because most other colors are used to represent political parties. AFP PHOTO/ Manpreet ROMANA (Photo credit should read MANPREET ROMANA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Members of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang) take part in a joint protest for better implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, in New Delhi on September 17, 2009. The Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang), a group of women in rural India who strive for social justice, don pink saris and fight for women�s rights, against corruption, and for the poor. Leader Sampat Devi began the vigilante group in 2006, and chose the color pink for her gang�s uniform because most other colors are used to represent political parties. AFP PHOTO/ Manpreet ROMANA (Photo credit should read MANPREET ROMANA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Members of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang) take part in a joint protest for better implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, in New Delhi on September 17, 2009. The Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang), a group of women in rural India who strive for social justice, don pink saris and fight for women�s rights, against corruption, and for the poor. Leader Sampat Devi began the vigilante group in 2006, and chose the color pink for her gang�s uniform because most other colors are used to represent political parties. AFP PHOTO/ Manpreet ROMANA (Photo credit should read MANPREET ROMANA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Members of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang) take part in a joint protest for better implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, in New Delhi on September 17, 2009. The Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang), a group of women in rural India who strive for social justice, don pink saris and fight for women�s rights, against corruption, and for the poor. Leader Sampat Devi began the vigilante group in 2006, and chose the color pink for her gang�s uniform because most other colors are used to represent political parties. AFP PHOTO/ Manpreet ROMANA (Photo credit should read MANPREET ROMANA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Members of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang) take part in a joint protest for better implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, in New Delhi on September 17, 2009. The Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang), a group of women in rural India who strive for social justice, don pink saris and fight for women�s rights, against corruption, and for the poor. Sampat Devi began the vigilante group in 2006, and chose the color pink for her gang�s uniform because most other colors are used to represent political parties. AFP PHOTO/ Manpreet ROMANA (Photo credit should read MANPREET ROMANA/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Members of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang) t

    Members of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang) take part in a joint protest for better implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, in New Delhi on September 17, 2009. The Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang), a group of women in rural India who strive for social justice, don pink saris and fight for women�s rights, against corruption, and for the poor. Leader Sampat Devi began the vigilante group in 2006, and chose the color pink for her gang�s uniform because most other colors are used to represent political parties. AFP PHOTO/ Manpreet ROMANA (Photo credit should read MANPREET ROMANA/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Members of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang) t

    Members of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang) take part in a joint protest for better implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, in New Delhi on September 17, 2009. The Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang), a group of women in rural India who strive for social justice, don pink saris and fight for women�s rights, against corruption, and for the poor. Leader Sampat Devi began the vigilante group in 2006, and chose the color pink for her gang�s uniform because most other colors are used to represent political parties. AFP PHOTO/ Manpreet ROMANA (Photo credit should read MANPREET ROMANA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Indian Sampat Pal, founder and leader of the 'Gulabi gang' poses upon her arrival to attend the 4th edition of the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society 'Building the future with women's vision' on October 17, 2008 in Deauville. AFP PHOTO MYCHELE DANIAU (Photo credit should read MYCHELE DANIAU/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Members of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang) t

    Members of the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang) take part in a joint protest for better implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, in New Delhi on September 17, 2009. The Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang), a group of women in rural India who strive for social justice, don pink saris and fight for women�s rights, against corruption, and for the poor. Leader Sampat Devi began the vigilante group in 2006, and chose the color pink for her gang�s uniform because most other colors are used to represent political parties. AFP PHOTO/ Manpreet ROMANA (Photo credit should read MANPREET ROMANA/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Indian Sampat Pal, founder and leader of

    Indian Sampat Pal, founder and leader of the 'Gulabi gang' poses prior to attend the 4th edition of the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society 'Building the future with women's vision' on October 17, 2008 in Deauville. AFP PHOTO MYCHELE DANIAU (Photo credit should read MYCHELE DANIAU/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Indian Sampat Pal, founder and leader of

    Indian Sampat Pal, founder and leader of the 'Gulabi gang' poses prior to attend the 4th edition of the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society 'Building the future with women's vision' on October 17, 2008 in Deauville. AFP PHOTO MYCHELE DANIAU (Photo credit should read MYCHELE DANIAU/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Indian Sampat Pal, founder and leader of

    Indian Sampat Pal, founder and leader of the 'Gulabi gang' arrives to attend the 4th edition of the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society 'Building the future with women's vision' on October 17, 2008 in Deauville. AFP PHOTO MYCHELE DANIAU (Photo credit should read MYCHELE DANIAU/AFP/Getty Images)