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Sep 22 2009 (HC)

Appukuttan S/O. Pappu, Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Sep-22-2009

Reported in : 2009(3)KLJ360

..... hence, the non-examination of cw4 does not assume much importance. even assuming that the accused had lawfully entered the house of the deceased for having a mediation talk in the presence of cw4, the occurrence as spoken to by pws 2 and 3 goes to show that the accused after entering the house unlawfully ..... is a retired teacher. her husband, deceased baby was a retired headmaster.8. it is true that cw4 the panchayath member in whose presence there was a mediation talk in the house of the deceased, was not examined by the prosecution. but he was admittedly in germany at the time of trial and the prosecution ..... . if so, the accused who were in the dark about the morbid condition of the deceased cannot be found guilty, if in the course of the mediation talk the deceased got excited and that was sufficient for him succumb to the illness he was suffering from. the conviction recorded by the court below cannot therefore ..... offence. this was not a case in which the accused had voluntarily entered the house of the deceased. they were invited to the house for a mediation talk in the presence of cw4 the panchayath member and it was the deceased who grew wild during the midst of the talks. even p.w.2 ..... following effect:on the date of occurrence the deceased and cw4 the panchayath member had called the accused to the house of the deceased for a mediation talk. during the mediation talk the deceased lost his temper and asked accused nos. 2 to 4 to go out of the room. the deceased forcibly pushed them .....

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Jun 02 2009 (HC)

Shijo Antony and ors. Vs. Sebastian Joseph and ors.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jun-02-2009

Reported in : 2009(2)KLJ446

..... at in the meeting and. so much so, no claim under the previous documents obtained from him is maintainable, but, only such claim as agreed in the mediation. agreement executed by the parties on mediation to substantiate the defence has to be produced and proved in the respective case. if the suits are separately tried, it may workout severe difficulties and hardship .....

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May 08 2009 (HC)

Viswambaran M.K. and ors. Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : May-08-2009

Reported in : 2009(2)KLJ323

..... . however, the execution court is directed to explore the possibilities of a settlement of the disputes between the decree holders and the judgment debtors either by referring the disputes to mediation or at that courts option by ordering attendance of the concerned parties in the court and by having discussions with them and their respective counsel over settlement, if any possible .....

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Nov 03 2009 (HC)

Srilankan Airlines Ltd. and the Airport Manager Vs. the Permanent Lok ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Nov-03-2009

..... of the act.6. we have heard learned counsel for the parties at length. in the course of hearing learned counsel for the parties had agreed to appear before the mediation centre to see whether an amicable settlement would be possible. however, the attempt fizzled out and it is thus that the parties are before us yet again.7. as mentioned .....

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Dec 04 2009 (HC)

P. Shamseer S/O. Mohammed Vs. the Sub Inspector of Police,

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-04-2009

..... settlement, we directed the parties to be present before this court. we also had the assistance of smt. m.a. zohra, learned counsel practising in this court as conciliator-cum-mediator. thanks to the strenuous efforts taken by the learned conciliator and thanks to the co-operation extended by the parties and their counsel, the parties have arrived at a settlement ..... finding, in view of the compromise reached by the parties.7. the writ petition is disposed of in terms of the compromise as above.8. towards remuneration to the learned mediator, the parties are directed to pay an amount of rs. 10,000/- each within 10 days from today.

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Dec 22 2009 (HC)

Derrick Joy Vs. Director, Technical Education

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-22-2009

Reported in : 2010(1)KLT485

..... regulations.15. certain aspects needs to he noticed. even in the writ petition, the petitioners admit that an enquiry was conducted. they proceed to characterise it as biased and pre-mediated to hold the petitioners guilty. the constitution of the enquiry committee is not under challenge. as already noticed, the heads of four departments, of whom 2 were women, and the .....

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Dec 01 2009 (HC)

Mathai Vs. Thressiamma

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-01-2009

Reported in : 2010(1)KLT37

..... -plaintiff, on being served with the notice, filed cross objection no. 24 of 2009. while the matter was pending before this court, attempts were made to settle the claim through mediators, which however failed. though the appeal was admitted as early as in december, 2008, the appellant did not pay the balance court fee, despite time being granted (enabling him to .....

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Dec 10 2009 (HC)

Manoj Vs. Vidhya

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-10-2009

Reported in : 2010(2)KLT305

..... , the subsequent conduct would be crucially relevant. the court below had elaborately attempted to settle the dispute between the parties and to re-unite them. parties were referred to the mediator by this court in an attempt to settle their disputes. after hearing the counsel initially we felt that an attempt must be made to settle the dispute between the parties .....

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Dec 21 2009 (HC)

Biju Eappen Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-21-2009

Reported in : 2010(1)KLT289

..... family court, malappuram, it was challenged before this court in r.p.(fc) no. 425/2007. it is also clear that when these disputes were pending, there was intervention by mediators and entire matrimonial disputes were amicably settled and consequent to the settlement, second respondent has no subsisting grievance against the petitioner. it is, in such circumstances, quashing of the conviction .....

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Aug 11 2009 (HC)

State Human Rights Protection Centre and Joy Kaitharath Vs. State of K ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-11-2009

Reported in : 2009(3)KLJ110

kurian joseph, j.1. acquisition, assignment and reforms are the three major aspects on land. that there are three important legislations in all these areas would show the need and relevance for proper order in this field. in the case before us, it is interesting to note that the events are to be analysed with reference to all these three legislations, namely, land acquisition act, land assignment act and land reforms act. it is significant to note that the events chronologically are well balanced; acquired, assigned and reformed, as in the case of legislation also, 1894, 1960 and 1963 respectively.2. res clamat domino - land cries for its master is a well known principle. therefore, it is necessary to refer to the facts from the roots. in 1963 government of india decided to establish in kerala a machine tools factory in the central sector as part of the third five year plan. it was decided to entrust the project to hindustan machine tools limited, bangalore (hereinafter referred to as the hmt), a central public sector undertaking. government of india requested the government of kerala to acquire/make available about 900 acres of land required for the project, free of cost. the land was identified at kalamassery. this genesis is traceable from the first government order in this regard - g.o(ms)no.327/63/ind. dated 9-4-1963. the accountant general, it appears had expressed an apprehension regarding the safeguards to be taken '..... to ensure that the land is not encumbered or .....

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