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Sep 26 2018 (SC)

Justice k.s.puttaswamy(retd) Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... -social framework where the machine function of identification is wedded to the human expression of identity, and thus offers an inroad into looking at what happens when our identities are mediated, mitigated, facilitated, and contained by the ways in which the networked technologies of authentication and verification operate. it is a crucial shift where the identity of a person is ontologically ..... purpose of individual and collective self-determination. these three forms of social order presuppose and depend on each other, but are also in constant tension. 49 see john donne, xvii. mediation, in devotions upon emergent occasions 107, 108-09 (uyniv. of mich. press 1959) (1624) writ petition (civil) no.494 of 2012 & c onnected matters page 201 of 567 dignity as .....

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Sep 26 2018 (SC)

p.radha Bai Vs. p.ashok Kumar

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... courts. we had positively persuaded the parties several times to come to an amicable settlement and asked the advocates representing them to use their good offices to refer parties to mediation and avoid decades of litigation. 9 but, our efforts were not met with much success in any event.14. the high court could have examined the legal issue of applicability .....

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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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Sep 06 2018 (SC)

Ravinder Kaur Vs. Gagandeep Singh

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... acceptable to both the parties. all other litigations referred to in paragraph 14 are also disposed of in terms of the settlement, as indicated in the report of the learned mediator. the settlement shall form part of the decree.5. we make it clear that the payments referred to in paragraph 20 of the terms of settlement, being part of a ..... the request. it is reported that there were other litigations between the parties and thanks to the cooperation extended by them, all the disputes have been amicably settled. the learned mediator has submitted a comprehensive report dated 05.09.2018. the report shall form part of this judgment.4. these appeals are disposed of in terms of the settlement as recorded ..... the hearing which is now slated to 7th july, 2016. post on 8th july, 2016. 2 3. thereafter, on 08.07.2016, the parties were referred to the supreme court mediation centre. the parties were still unable to reach a settlement. thereafter, when the matter came up to this court on 20.03.2017, after hearing the learned counsel, we requested .....

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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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Aug 24 2018 (SC)

Mr. Anurag Mittal Vs. Mrs. Shaily Mishra Mittal

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... .08.2009 was stayed by the high court on 20.11.2009. 1 during the pendency of the appeal, the appellant and ms. rachna aggarwal reached a settlement before the mediation centre, tis hazari court, delhi. according to the terms of the settlement dated 15.10.2011, the appellant had to move an application for withdrawal of the appeals within 30 ..... which was taken up on 28.11.2011 by the registrar of the high court of delhi. he recorded that there was a settlement reached between the parties before the mediation centre, tis hazari court, delhi and listed the matter before the court on 20.12.2011. the high court dismissed the appeals filed by the appellant as withdrawn in terms .....

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Jul 31 2018 (SC)

Anil Tripathi Vs. Sarat Kumar Panda .

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... , the learned counsel on either side submitted that they would explore the 2 possibility of resolving the dispute between the parties if the matter is referred to mediation. accordingly, we refer the matter to the mediation centre attached to the high court of orissa at cuttack to explore the possibility of an amicable settlement of the dispute between the parties, who would ..... appear before the said mediation centre on 07.04.2018 at 11.00 a.m. the incharge, mediation centre, after making an endeavour for amicable resolution of the disputes, shall submit a report to this court within four weeks thereafter. list the ..... matter after the mediation report is received. 4. thereafter, it was reported that the parties have decided to settle the dispute in principle. however, they were not able to agree on the terms. when .....

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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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Jul 25 2018 (SC)

Manju Kumari Singh @ Smt. Manju Singh Vs. Avinash Kumar Singh

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... the record of the case.11. it is not in dispute that the parties have been living separately for the last more than a decade. all attempts of reconciliation through mediation have failed. it is, therefore, clear that there is absolutely no chance of both living together to continue their marital life.12. in naveen kohli v. neelu kohli, (2006) 4 .....

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Jul 23 2018 (SC)

Shalu Ojha Vs. Prashant Ojha

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... court, however, did not entertain the same. at the same time, while disposing of the special leave petition, observations were made to the effect that if the parties apply for mediation, the matter shall be referred to the delhi high court mediation and conciliation centre at the earliest. keeping in view these observations, the high court referred the dispute to the ..... mediation centre at the delhi high court and also stayed the execution proceedings in the meantime. mediation proceedings failed. as a result, the high court took up the matter on merits and passed orders dated september 10, 2013 directing the respondent to pay rs .....

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