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Aug 06 2004 (HC)

The Public Prosecutor Vs. Yejjala Ramaswamy

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-06-2004

Reported in : 2005(1)ALD(Cri)230; 2004CriLJ4528

..... substance, this is the version of the prosecution. no doubt there is some delay in giving report. the explanation given is that p.ws. 1 and 2 wanted to convene mediation in this regard and in view of the same, the delay had occurred. even otherwise, the medical evidence does not show any injuries either on the private parts or notable ..... would be crucial. the evidence of p.w. 3 is of general nature since he deposed about the mediation. apart from the evidence of p.ws. 1 and 2, the evidence of p.w. 4, the doctor who had examined p.w. 1 is also material. p.w. 4 ..... her brother-in-law towards her was not good, again she went back to cheepuruvalasa village and was living there by doing cooli work. at cheepuruvalasa village, one gurram simhachalam mediated the marriage of p.w. 1 with p.w. 2 of jeegiram village. at the time of her marriage with p.w. 2, p.w. 2 was 30 years aged ..... character and requested him to continue his life with her as she is not at fault and that the accused was responsible. there was mediation in this regard. inasmuch as the accused had not responded properly in the mediation, ultimately, p.ws. 1 and 2 had gone to the police and reported the matter. the evidence of p.ws. 1 and 2 .....

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Mar 22 2004 (HC)

Chennamilla Chenna Basavaiah Vs. the Deputy Commissioner of Endowments ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-22-2004

Reported in : AIR2004AP467; 2004(4)ALD638

..... of all creeds, and a tendency to bow the knee at the shrines of all faiths. surely, the legislature never intended that shrines or places of congregation and prayer or mediation, essentially non-hindu in purpose and spirit, should be assimilated to hinduism, or to hindu religious institution by a kind of legal fiction. that is not the purport of the .....

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Aug 06 2004 (HC)

G.K. Devarajulu Naidu Vs. State of A.P. Represented by Public Prosecut ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-06-2004

Reported in : 2005(1)ALD(Cri)224; 2004CriLJ4571

..... he cannot pay the amount. he further deposed that the deceased already came away from the house of the appellant/a-1 two months prior to the date of mediation since the appellant/a-1 was demanding money and for non-payment he was harassing her. pw-6 also deposed that pw-1 informed him and bhupathi reddy ..... witness was declared hostile. 9. pw-5 is g.r. gangaiah naidu whose name had been referred to by pw-1 in his deposition. the other witness, the alleged mediator, was not examined. pw-5 also was declared hostile. 10. pw-6 deposed that he saw the dead body on 11-3-1996 under a tree by the side ..... simple statement made by this witness it cannot be said that the harassment had been proved. one of the alleged mediators who had approached in this regard, according to pw-1, had not been examined and the other mediator though examined was declared hostile. even otherwise that is not direct evidence and what was stated is that they had ..... him and they informed their sister that they cannot pay that amount and had sent the information to the accused through mediators. pw-1 also deposed that ten days thereafter the father of the appellant/a-1 sent two mediators viz., ravindra reddy and kannaiah naidu demanding rs. 2,00,000/- but they refused to give the money and ..... the mediators went away. but however, pw-1 agreed to pay rs. 20,000/- and he gave rs. 20,000/- to his sister and she went to the house .....

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Aug 13 2004 (HC)

Kalva Sudhakar Reddy Vs. Mandala Sudhakar Reddy and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-13-2004

Reported in : AIR2005AP45; 2004(6)ALT431

..... under section 115 of the code. there cannot be any controversy that an arbitrator or an umpire is expected to be impartial and disinterested person as far as lis of mediation is concerned. in the decision referred (14) supra, while dealing with the aspect of maintainability of an appeal by an arbitrator, the division bench of kerala high court held as .....

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Nov 25 2004 (HC)

Baddam Satyanarayana Reddy Vs. State of A.P. and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-25-2004

Reported in : 2005(1)ALD859

..... .1.1996 nagarju dalam of pwg burnt the house of the petitioner by pouring diesel and kerosene to ashes causing a damage of rs. 6,00,000/-. as per police mediation a report taken during the course of investigation valued the same at rs. 5,75,000/-. several instances had been narrated and it was clearly averred that because of the .....

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Jul 30 2004 (HC)

M. China Gopalakrishna Vs. the State of A.P. Rep. by Its Deputy Supdt. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-30-2004

Reported in : 2003(2)ALD(Cri)795; 2004CriLJ3892

..... strange that such officer come forward to stand as a surety for laying the trap. since the prosecution did not take any local people as mediators, it cannot be said that it is fatal to the case of the prosecution. the appellant, while not disputing the trap laid on him, ..... w.6 in laying the trap. 32. the learned counsel for the appellant submitted that the evidence suffers from lack of independent witness as a mediator. on verification, it is noticed that p.w.5 is a sub-registrar of co-operative department, who has no nexus with the a.c ..... turned into light pink colour. both the resultant solutions were preserved in two separate bottles by affixing the labels containing the signatures of himself, another mediator and the d.s.p. the d.s.p., after preparing the rough sketch of the scene and completing other formalities, arrested the accused and ..... .1 gave tainted notes to the appellant. immediately the police laid the trap and after conducting phenolphthalein test, they found it positive. subsequently, the mediators report was prepared narrating the sequence of events and recovery of tainted money.25. in order to prove the trap the prosecution examined p.ws.1 ..... accordingly held against the appellant.point no: 4:23. the learned counsel for the appellant submitted that the prosecution failed to take any independent persons as mediators for the alleged trap, therefore, the evidence of the witnesses cannot be accepted. the prosecution, in order to prove the guilt of the appellant, examined .....

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Feb 25 2004 (HC)

Kakani Sujatha Vs. Kakani Lakshmaiah

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-25-2004

Reported in : 2004(4)ALD848; 2004(5)ALT140; I(2005)DMC588

..... the same cannot be believed. had the respondent-husband left the appellant-wife in the house of kasam subbaramireddy, the appellant-wife should have examined kasam subbaramireddy and also the mediators in support of her case. in the absence of such evidence, it has to be concluded that she only left the company of the husband. therefore, the respondent- ..... and respondent and the respondent-wife did not deposit the same as agreed. according to the evidence, the elders are kasani koteswararao, nunnamsreeramulu, kanta kodandaramaiah and gundalapalem ramanaiah. the mediators on behalf of the respondent-wife are nallapalli pushpamma, brothers and their mother. it was his evidence that after this incident the respondent-wife quarrelled with his 4th daughter and ..... in the attitude of the petitioner. it was further contended that the petitioner left the respondent in the house of one subbaramireddy and peddamma on one occasion and later the mediators advised the respondent to go to her parents house. since then the petitioner did not take the respondent. it was further contended that the petitioner wrote several letters to ..... filed counter admitting the marriage between the petitioner and the respondent and admitting the petitioner's first wife having 7 children. the respondent denied the petitioner's claim of sending mediators bochu ramachandraiah and sankaraiah. she also denied the sending of notice on 24.7.1993. it was further contended by the respondent that her parents presented cash of rs. .....

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Jan 23 2004 (HC)

The Food Inspector Division-i, Rep. by the Public Prosecutor Vs. Neela ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-23-2004

Reported in : 2004(1)ALD(Cri)373; 2004CriLJ1849

..... shop. pw-1-food inspector noticed 50 kgs of 'atta' in a gunny bag. he purchased 600 grams of 'atta' by tendering amount to the accused in the presence of mediators and thereafter issued a notice under section 13(2) of the act expressing his intention for sending sample for analysis. thereupon, the sample was taken after following the prescribed procedure ..... sanction order, p.w.1 launched prosecution against the accused. the plea of the accused is one of denial. the prosecution has examined the food inspector as well as the mediator-pw-2 in whose presence the sample was taken. it has produced the analyst report as well as the sanction orders and the cash receipt where under p.w.1 .....

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Dec 31 2004 (HC)

Lanka Nirmala Devi and anr. Vs. V. Rama Devi and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-31-2004

Reported in : 2005(3)ALD666

..... dry land in favour of laxma reddy, the remaining dry and wet lands shall have to be shared by venkat reddy and rukkamma w/o lakshma reddy.xxx xxxxsignatures of mediators signatures of plaintiff and defendantssd/- moola ram reddy sd/- rukkammasd/- k. ram reddy iti mark ofchilakkammasd/- rikepalli venkat sd/- venkat reddy ramaiahsd/- k. kesava rajuthis 'faisala' was read ones to ..... kistaiah (2) lanka rukkamma w/o lakshma reddy and (3) pakanati venkata reddy s/o rama reddy by arranging a meeting of the undersigned mediators and upon submission of their respective claims and statements in writing, the mediators, after due consultation, unanimously declared their 'faisala' and the particulars thereof one as follows:''chilakamma has no male issue. she has got only one .....

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Oct 27 2004 (HC)

Challa Venkateswara Rao S/O Lakshminarayana Vs. the Collector and Dist ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-27-2004

Reported in : 2004(6)ALD816

..... illegal possession, transportation and sale/distribution of 5 litres of illicitly distilled liquor in jaggaiahpeta town, under cover of a special report drafted at the scene of offence as no mediators came forward and a sample was drawn for analysis. a case was registered against you at proh. & excise station, jaggaiahpeta in crime no.254/2004-05 dated 10.7.2004 ..... illegal possession, transportation and sale/distribution of 10 litres of illicitly distilled liquor in jaggaiahpeta town, under cover of a special report drafted at the scene of offence as no mediators came forward and a sample was drawn for analysis. a case was registered against you at proh. & excise station, jaggaiahpeta in crime no.201/2004-05 dated 22.6.2004 ..... , transportation and sale/distribution of 5 litres of illicitly distilled liquor in mittagudem in jaggaiahpeta town, under cover of a special report drafted at the scene of offence as no mediators came forward and a sample was drawn for analysis. a case was registered against you at proh. & excise station, jaggaiahpeta in crime no.617/2003-04 dated 9.11.2003 ..... , transportation and sale/distribution of 10 litres of illicitly distilled liquor in mittagudem in jaggiahpeta town, under cover of a special report drafted at the scene of offence as no mediators came forward and a sample was drawn for analysis. a case was registered against you at proh. & excise station, jaggaiahpeta in crime no.395/2003-04 dated 9.9.2003 .....

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