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Mar 05 1980 (SC)

Nath Singh and ors. Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : (1980)4SCC402

..... by mutual talks acceptable to nath singh. he thought that this was a matter between him and nath singh which could be best resolved amicably by bilateral talks, without the mediation or intervention of the formal panches or village people.24. the mainstay of the prosecution case was the testimony of the three eyewitnesses: ratan singh (pw 1), chandan singh (pw ..... to convey one and the same thing, namely by mutual discussion. it does not necessarily mean that the members of the formally constituted village panchayat as such should assemble and mediate or settle the dispute. much capital, therefore, cannot be made out of the circumstance that ratan singh did not take in his party any member of the village panchayat, particularly ..... to resolve it. the witness claims to have known nath singh for five or six years prior to the occurrence and this was the reason why ratan singh solicited his mediation and assistance in conveying this message. in cross-examination, he revealed that when he went to the jhala of nath singh for conveying the message of ratan singh, nath singh ..... . he substantially corroborated ratan singh and stated that ratan singh had, after explaining the dispute between ratan singh and nath singh regarding the passage and the efforts made through the mediation of the previous panchayats to settle it, requested the witness that he should have a talk with nath singh and convey to him ratan singles desire to sit some-where .....

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Sep 18 2014 (SC)

Shalu Ojha Vs. Prashant Ojha

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... respondent approached this court in slp (crl.) no.6509-6510 of 2013 which was dismissed in limine on 13.08.2013 with a direction to the parties to apply for mediation.11. pursuant to the said direction, the respondent filed crl. misc. application no.12547 of 2013 in crl. misc. case no.1975 of 2013 for direction to refer the matter ..... to mediation. the matter was referred accordingly. eventually the mediation failed. on receipt of such failure report, the appeal was again listed before the high court on 10.09.2013. the high court directed the respondent to .....

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Sep 18 2014 (SC)

Shambu Saran Pandey Vs. Dayanath Tripathi and ors

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... respondent approached this court in slp (crl.) no.6509-6510 of 2013 which was dismissed in limine on 13.08.2013 with a direction to the parties to apply for mediation.11. pursuant to the said direction, the respondent filed crl. misc. application no.12547 of 2013 in crl. misc. case no.1975 of 2013 for direction to refer the matter ..... to mediation. the matter was referred accordingly. eventually the mediation failed. on receipt of such failure report, the appeal was again listed before the high court on 10.09.2013. the high court directed the respondent to .....

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Sep 12 2017 (SC)

Amardeep Singh Vs. Harveen Kaur

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... have been married?. how long litigation is pending?. iii) how long they have been staying apart?. iv) are there any other proceedings between the parties?. v) have the parties attended mediation/conciliation?. vi) have the parties arrived at genuine settlement which takes care of alimony, custody of child or any other pending issues between the parties?. 14 air2010ker 157 9 14 ..... . the court must be satisfied that the parties were living separately for more than the statutory period and all efforts at mediation and reconciliation have been tried and have failed and there is no chance of reconciliation and further waiting period will only prolong their agony.15. we have given due consideration ..... 13b(2), in addition to the statutory period of one year under section 13b(1) of separation of parties is already over before the first motion itself; all efforts for mediation/conciliation including efforts in terms of order xxxiia rule 3 cpc/section 23(2) of the act/section 9 of the family courts act to reunite the parties have failed .....

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Feb 27 2015 (SC)

Surya Vadanan Vs. State of Tamilnadu and Ors

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... into consideration.70. it must be noted at this stage that efforts were made by this court to have the matter of custody settled in an amicable manner, including through mediation, as recorded in a couple of orders that have been passed by this court. surya had also agreed to and did temporarily shift his residence to coimbatore and apparently met ..... the children. however, in spite of all efforts, it was not possible to amicably settle the issue and the mediation centre attached to this court gave a report that mediation between the parties had failed. this left us with no option but to hear the appeal on merits.71. given these facts and the efforts made .....

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Apr 28 2008 (SC)

Jagdish Singh Vs. Madhuri Devi

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2008SC2296; 2008(3)ALT49(SC); 2008(4)BomCR830; 2008(3)CTC528; II(2008)DMC8SC; JT2008(5)SC498; 2009(2)MhLj98; (2008)6MLJ842(SC); 2008(6)SCALE646; (2008)10SCC497; 2008AIRSCW3824; 2008(3)LH(SC)2191

..... mediation centre, tis hazari court at delhi. parties then approached the mediation centre. all attempts of settlement, however, failed. it was stated by the counsel that it was not possible to arrive at a settlement and requested ..... issued by this court pursuant to which the parties appeared. after hearing the counsel, an order was passed on november 10, 2006 that if possible, the matter be settled through mediation. the learned counsel for the parties stated to the court that they would try for settlement with an open mind. the parties were, therefore, directed to approach .....

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Sep 19 2018 (SC)

Doris John Vs. Jane Wesley

Court : Supreme Court of India

in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no(s). 2403/2008 non-reportable doris john & anr. appellant(s) versus jane wesley respondent(s) kurian, j.judgment the dispute in this case originated in 1992, leading to a suit for eviction. the trial court dismissed the eviction petition and the same was reversed by the high court. thus, the appellants are before this court.2. on hearing the parties for some time, we sensed an element of settlement and accordingly, with the consent of the parties, the parties were referred to the bangalore mediation centre, bengalure, to explore the possibility of an amicable settlement.3. we are happy to note that before the bangalore mediation centre, bengalure, the parties have arrived at an amicable settlement of all the disputes between them. they have also filed a memorandum of settlement dated 30.05.2018 duly signed by the parties, which shall form part of this judgment.4. the appeal is disposed of in terms of the memorandum of settlement dated 30.05.2018. let a decree be drawn in terms of the settlement, referred to above. 1 5. pending applications, if any, shall stand disposed of.6. there shall be no orders as to costs. .......................j.[kurian joseph]. new delhi; september19 2018. .......................j.[sanjay kishan kaul]. 2

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Jul 27 2018 (SC)

k.ramalingam Vs. Anjalai

Court : Supreme Court of India

in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction non-reportable civil appeal no(s). 7280/2018 (arising from slp (c) no.27428/2017) k. ramalingam appellant(s) versus anjalai respondent(s) judgment kurian, j.leave granted.2. the appellant approached this court aggrieved by the judgment dated 26.10.2016 passed by the high court of judicature at madras in o.s.a. nos.145 and 146 of 2016.3. on their request, the parties were sent for mediation before the tamil nadu mediation centre.4. we are happy to note that the parties have settled their disputes amicably. a memorandum of settlement dated 13.03.2018 signed by the parties and their respective counsel has been forwarded to this court, the same is taken on record.5. the appeal is disposed of in terms of the memorandum of settlement dated 13.03.2018, which shall form part of this order.6. pending applications, if any, shall stand disposed of.7. there shall be no orders as to costs. .......................j.[kurian joseph]. new delhi; july27 2018. .......................j.[sanjay kishan kaul].

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Aug 27 2018 (SC)

Emmanuel Lalith Kumar Vs. The Orthodox Syrian Catholic Educational Soc ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... this court with a long pending dispute arising out of the disciplinary proceedings initiated against him by the respondent/society.7. thanks to the efforts taken during the mediation conducted at the bangalore mediation centre, the parties have reached a settlement on some of the main disputes between the appellant and the management of the respondent/society (hereinafter referred to as, the .....

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May 15 2018 (SC)

d.subba Rao(d) by Lrs. . Vs. d.sadashiva Rao .

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... of 3. settlement, this court requested the parties to explore the possibility of an amicable settlement, to which they willingly agreed. accordingly, they were referred to the bangalore mediation center. the bangalore mediation center has forwarded a report dated 17.04.2018 along with memorandum of settlement dated 16.04.2018, duly signed by the power of attorney holders of the parties ..... parties are directed to strictly abide by the terms of the settlement. we record our deep appreciation for the cooperation extended by the parties as well as by the learned mediator for putting an end to a litigation which had crossed its silver jubilee.5. in view of the above, the appeal is disposed of. .......................j.[ kurian joseph ]. .......................j.[ mohan m .....

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