Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone terrorist captured alive after the 26/11 attack on Mumbai, is over 20, according to a medical report submitted in Mumbai on Tuesday before the Special Court hearing the terror attacks trial. Special Judge ML Tahilyani, who had ordered the medical test last on Friday to determine Kasab's age, will give his ruling on the matter on Wednesday, Special Public Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam told reporters after Tuesday's hearing. The order to carry out the medical test had come after Kasab claimed in court that he was below 18 and should be tried in a court meant for juveniles. The medical report submitted in court today is based on two separate tests conducted at Mumbai's Sir JJ Hospital. Kasab underwent a dental and bone test to determine his age. The tests have revealed that Kasab was not a minor - as claimed earlier through his lawyer SG Abbas Kazmi - at the time of the Nov 26, 2008 attacks.