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Oct 06 1998 (HC)

T. Raghunatha Reddy and ors. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-06-1998

Reported in : 1998(2)ALD(Cri)721; 1998(2)ALT(Cri)560; 1999CriLJ4857

..... these two witnesses acted as mediators at the time of the marriage, but from that, it cannot be said that they spoke all truth and nothing but truth. it is clear from the testimony that they ..... far away from rajampet and also the village of pwi. pw4 is a friend of pw1 and pw5 is brother of pw2. it is their evidence that they acted as mediators for the marriage between dl and al and at that time, rs.1,00,000/- cash and 20 tolas of gold was given as dowry. it might be true that ..... ,000/- cash and 30 tolas of gold and that the said fact was not mentioned in ex.p1. he also admitted that he did not mention inex.p1 that the mediators settled to give rs.1,00,000/- cash and 20 tolas of gold and that the accused demanded to pay half of the same at the betrothal. this is only ..... by any of the accused demanding additional dowry. if dl really had complained orally about any harassment, pws.l and 2 would have taken some action in that regard like mediation by elders or lodging a complaint with the police. the absence of any such thing on the part of pws.l and 2, throws genuine doubt about the truth of ..... (pw5) went to the house of a2 and saw a1. subsequently a week later, a1 to a3 came to their house to see d1. pws.4 and 5 acted as mediators. it is said that al to a3 demanded dowry of rs. 1,50,000/- and 30 tolas of gold, which was settled for rs. 1,00,000/- and 20 tolas .....

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Dec 02 1998 (HC)

R. Khemka and Another Vs. Deccan Enterprises Pvt. Ltd., Secunderabad a ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-02-1998

Reported in : 1999(1)ALD558; 1999(1)ALT628; [2000]100CompCas211(AP)

..... learned single judge while dealing with the matter recorded:'but one thing is clear that pi had reconciled to settle his accounts and pi and jalan family submitted to the mediation and arbitration of mr. khaitan.'36. in this context, reference ought to be made to a letter dated 3rd july, 1986 being exhibit 'a52', which reads as follows:'pradip kumar ..... extent of untruth which mr. r.n. jalan can speak to extract money from me. in august, 1990, my eldest brother b.l. jalan tried to mediate and arrived at hyderabad on 29th august, 1990. during mediation by mr. b.l. jalan in august, 1990, mr. r.n. jalan once again changed the date of valuation of shares of companies from 31 ..... and very low valuation of the shares of companies falling to his share. i iried to mediate regarding the valuation of the shares and assets but, unfortunately, my second son did not agree to my mediation on this matter. number of other persons also tried to mediate in respect of hyderabad group, but unfortunately, my second son did not agree. in fact, if .....

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Sep 15 1998 (HC)

A.P. Public Health and Medical Employees Union Vs. Director of Health, ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-15-1998

Reported in : 1998(5)ALD622; 1998(5)ALT320

..... the recognised collective bargaining agent, it is not possible for the respondents 1 and 2 to carry on the administration smoothly and effectively. the industrial disputes act, 1947 envisages negotiation, mediation and conciliation. many grievances of the employees working in the departments headed by the respondents 1 and 2 can be sorted out by resorting the aforementioned modes of dispute-resolution .....

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Jan 02 1998 (HC)

Sugui Bai @ Shakuntala Bai and ors. Vs. Rafat Ali

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-02-1998

Reported in : 1998(1)ALD693; 1998(1)ALT359

..... tendered the rent for april, 1988, the landlords refused the same and demanded to vacate the premises saying they got an offer of rent of rs.1000/-. though there was mediation by the elders the petitioners refused to receive the rents. the respondent alleged that the petitioners prevented the respondents from opening the door of the demised premises by putting stones .....

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Nov 02 1998 (HC)

Vatsavayi Venkata Suryanarayana Raju (Died) by Lrs. Vs. Metta Veerabha ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-02-1998

Reported in : 1999(1)ALD308

..... of the learned counsel for the respondents that the appellant was at no point of time ready to perform his part of contract.18. the subsequent proceedings as to arbitration/mediation and the alleged land acquisition has no bearing upon the question as to the readiness and willingness of the appellant to perform his part of the contract. the offer made ..... agreement of sale. alleging that the appellant had not compiled with his part of the contract, the 1st respondent cancelled the agreement. even after it was cancelled, the respondents sought mediation through common friends. but on the ground that land acquisition proceedings are pending in respect of the land in question, the arbitration proceedings could not be fructified. even thereafter, the ..... is under acquisition proceedings, though no notice was served on the respondent by the government nor any notification was published, he thought that it was his duty to inform the mediators. accordingly, they were informed about his rumour of land acquisition. he was therefore prepared to sell the land subject to the condition that the appellant should take the consequences of .....

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Oct 20 1998 (HC)

Bolisetti Venkatarathanamma (Died) by Lrs. Vs. Nadakuduti Venkateswara ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-20-1998

Reported in : 1999(1)ALD422

..... the appellants. in this background, a common friend pw5 approached for talks of settlement. is it improbable to think in those circumstances, for the appellants to have agreed for a mediation and sort out the disputes with the respondent? during those talks when a suggestion of disposing of the property in favour of the respondent, is it unlikely for the appellants ..... the allegation of paying rent only for the month of march 1976 and committed default thereafter was denied. it was stated that the close relative of the appellants brought about mediation between the parties and the appellants agreed to sell the suit property for an amount of rs.26,000/-. an amount of rs.20,000/- was paid as advance and ..... be in possession. it is the case of the respondent that in view of the disputes pending between the parties which arise mainly as the respondent has not paid rentals, mediators brought about the settlement between them and according to the said settlement the suit agreement was brought into existence but the appellants filed os no.163 of 1981 on the .....

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Feb 02 1998 (HC)

Kolasani Naga Koteswari Alias Yelavarthi Nagakoteswari Vs. K. Rajasekh ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-02-1998

Reported in : 1998(2)ALD716; 1998(1)ALT558; II(1998)DMC187

..... quarrels with the husband and left to her parents house with all the jewellery and without the knowledge and consent of the petitioner-husband. though the husband along with some mediators went to the parents house of the wife on 17-5-92 and requested her to join his society, the wife refused to oblige him. thus, according to the husband ..... , the wife picked up quarrels with the husband and left for the house' of her parents without the consent of the husband. it is further averred that the husband has mediated the matter with elders on 17-5-1992 but was not successful.15. the above pleading of the husband, in any way, does not indicate as to how the wife ..... on his behalf to substantiate his plea in this regard. that apart, there is no other corroboratory evidence to show that the mediation has actually taken place on 17-5-1992. nothing prevented the husband from examining the so-called elders who mediated on his behalf. but for the reasons best known to the husband, he did not examine any of the ..... mediators on his behalf. the lower court seems to be carried away with the impression that though the wife was served with notices, did .....

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Oct 12 1998 (HC)

Abdul Rasheed and Others Vs. Abdul Hakeem

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-12-1998

Reported in : 1998(6)ALD682; 1998(6)ALT399

..... d5 and his brothers were present at the time of the settlement of the bargain. he did not mention the presence of defendants 1 to 3. as regards the subsequent mediation also, the evidence of pw 3 varies from that of pw2. the evidence of pws.2 and 3 does not show that the agreement was entered into on behalf of .....

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Oct 28 1998 (HC)

Gujula Ramu Vs. the State

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-28-1998

Reported in : 1999CriLJ982

..... , appearing on behalf of public prosecutor contends that there is no rigid rule of law which requires that in every case an official witness should be disbelieved when the mediator has not supported the case of the prosecution. there is no need to go into this controversy in this case as it would be seen that the seizure even if ..... in bringing home the guilt of the accused beyond all reasonable doubt ?5. it is contended by the learned counsel for the accused that in as much as the independent mediator examined as pw-1 has not supported the prosecution case, it is unsafe to rely on the evidence of official witnesses pws. 2, 3,4 and 7. sri chandra shekhar ..... prosecution that the incriminating material was seized from the possession of the accused which was seized under seizure panchanama ex. p-l. pw-1 said to be one of two mediators who were said to be with the patrolling party has not supported the prosecution version and he stated that he was not present at the time of seizure and that ..... m.o. 2. when questioned, the accused was unable to produce any licence or permit for possession or carrying the said opium. immediately, the recovery of opium was recorded under mediators report ex. p-l. the f.i.r. ex. p-2 was issued. 10 grams of the seized opium was sent for analysis to chemical examiner at kakinada who sent .....

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Nov 23 1998 (HC)

Sri Bheema Oil Mills and anr. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-23-1998

Reported in : 1999(1)ALD(Cri)43; 1999(1)ALT690

..... 600 gms. and admittedly, the said fact was not mentioned in the panchanama. if really the sample was taken at eight places naturally it should have been mentioned in the mediator's report, ex.p-1. in the absence of any corroborative evidence and conspicuous omission to mention the same, it is difficult to accept the evidence of p.w.i ..... for human consumption. he stated that the seeds were kept in a big heap and the circumference of the heap was about 5 to 10 feet. p.w.2, the mediator, did not support the case of the prosecution and he says that he signed ex.p-1 at the instance of food inspector. he was declared as a hostile witness ..... , state food (health) authority gave consent for launching prosecution against the petitioners and accordingly he filed the complaint.3. the food inspector was examined as p.w.i and the mediator was examined as p.w.2 and exs. p-1 to p-20 were marked. the defence of the accused is that the groundnut kernal was not kept for sale ..... . p.w.i mahboob jan, food inspector, inspected the said mill premises on 21-12-1990 at about 11-00 a.m. along with p.w.2, santha murthy, the mediator and found 57,090, kgs. of groundnut kernal kept in a big heap and also found groundnut oil and he suspected adulteration and purchased 600 gms. of groundnut kernal from .....

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