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Aug 23 2004 (HC)

Eastern Paper Mill Machinery Pvt. Ltd. and ors. Vs. State Bank of Indi ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Aug-23-2004

Reported in : AIR2005Cal21,II(2005)BC414

..... drt on 7th january 2003 praying that the learned tribunal may-(i) formulate the terms of possible settlement between the parties;(ii) refer the same for judicial settlement or for mediation as the learned tribunal may deem fit and proper;(iii) effect a compromise between the parties.14. ots 2003 was issued by reserve bank of india on 29th janunary , 2003 .....

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Aug 11 2004 (HC)

Sayaji Hanmant Bankar Vs. the State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-11-2004

Reported in : 2005CriLJ412

..... , which is a submission based on the second clause of section 300 of i.p.c. at the same time, one has also to note that there was no pre-mediation or planning. the accused came drunk on that day and without any cause being given by his wife, firstly attacked her with a water pot. he proceeded to throw the .....

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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 10 2004 (SC)

DhaIn Singh and anr. Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-10-2004

Reported in : 2004(2)ALD(Cri)859; II(2004)DMC464SC; JT2004(7)SC212; 2004(7)SCALE304; (2004)7SCC759

..... other reason for her to commit suicide. the evidence shows that the first appellant had demanded dowry and he had sent her away from his house and only after the mediation she was taken back to appellant's house and death happened within a period of two months thereafter. these facts clearly show that the suicide was the result of the .....

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Mar 10 2004 (HC)

Mukesh Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-10-2004

Reported in : 2004(3)MPHT64

s.l. kochar, j. 1. the appellant has preferred this appeal against the judgment dated 15th march, 2001, delivered by the learned additional sessions judge, indore, in sessions trial no. 23/1999, thereby convicting him under section 302 of the ipc and sentencing him to suffer life imprisonment with fine of rs. 2,000/-, in default of payment of fine, to suffer additional ri for 2 years.2. briefly stated the prosecution case before the trial court was that on 9-11-1998 meharsingh (p.w. 8), lakhansingh (p.w. 9), ranveer (p.w. 10), deceased balveersingh and their companion lakhan came with their truck at indore. they stayed near the hotel (dhaba) of acquitted co-accused balram and cooked vegetable by their own. for the purposes of preparation of roti (chapati) they had given flour to balram for which they were required to pay 30 rupees as labour charges. when they received roti, the same were in burnt condition on which deceased balveersingh and his companions meharsingh (p.w. 8), lakhansingh (p.w. 9) and ranveer (p.w. 10) went to balram and complained about preparation of roti. on this complaint they entered into verbal quarrel during which balram abuses filthy to the witnesses and when deceased balveersingh objected filthy abuses, balram called his servants and other persons who all reached on the spot including the present appellant. deceased balveersingh was caught by some persons and appellant struck a blow by knife (chhura) which landed on the left side of the chest of the .....

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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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Jun 23 2004 (HC)

Suresh Verma and Puran Verma and ors. Vs. the State of Bihar (Now Jhar ...

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Jun-23-2004

Reported in : 2004(2)BLJR1541; 2005CriLJ1565; II(2004)DMC806; [2006(1)JCR215(Jhr)]

..... not specifically been named in their evidence. the evidence of these witnesses is that only appellant suresh verma in criminal appeal no. 512 of 1997 along with rohit verma, the mediator of marriage, had been to the house of the informant at village bhandaro, p.s. sarwan and had demanded rs. 5000/-. on refusal appellant suresh verma had threatened to meet ..... gets support by the medical evidence of dr. ashok kumar chatterjee (pw 5). relying the evidence, he convicted all these three appellants in both the criminal appeals, whereas acquitted the mediator rohit verma who is of another village and is not related with these appellants in both the criminal appeals, rather his role was only as marriage negotiator in solemnizing the ..... 14th december, 1994, all the appellants in both the criminal appeals and acquitted accused mediator rohit were assured and asked not to torture purni devi for money. informant suspected that all the named accused including these appellants due to non-fulfilment of dowry demand of ..... well, appellant suresh verma fled away.4. informant has alleged that two months prior to the alleged occurrence, appellant suresh verma had gone to his home along with rohit verma, mediator, and had demanded rs. 5000/-. on refusal, brother-in-law of the informant started harassing and torturing his sister threatening that the result will be worst. four days prior to .....

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Jan 12 2004 (SC)

T. Shankar Prasad Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-12-2004

Reported in : 2004CriLJ884; 2004(164)ELT143(SC); JT2004(1)SC188; 2004(1)SCALE318; (2004)3SCC753

..... has been rightly discarded being contrary to official records. evidence of pw-2 with regard to proceedings on 28.4.1992 has been clearly established. evidence of pw-4 the mediator is corroborated by the evidence of pws 1, 3, 7 and 8. his report was marked as ext p.13. the same along with the other evidence clearly establish the ..... on demand. he was asked to give signal after bribe amount was accepted, by waving a handkerchief. pw-4 was an assistant director of veterinary hospital who acted as a mediator. he also described in detail about the trap operations. pw-5 was a senior assistant in the commercial tax office who deposed about part of the transaction relating to issuance ..... again the mediators and the members of the trap party arranged the trap and accordingly the complainant approached the accused t. shankar prasad who directed him to pay the amount to other accused ..... to pay the bribe, he reported the matter to the anti corruption bureau officials on 28.4.1992. the case was registered by the officials on the said date and mediators were secured and trap was arranged. since on that day accused t. shankar prasad was not available in the office, the trap could not be laid. on the next date .....

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Nov 29 2004 (HC)

R. Srinivasan Vs. R. Natarajan,

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-29-2004

Reported in : 2005(2)ARBLR376(Madras); (2005)1MLJ111

..... respondents that the original undertaking given by the petitioner containing the terms of agreement entered into between the parties, viz., the petitioner and the respondents herein, is available with the mediator one m.loganathan, auditor, pollachi.14. clause 14 of the partnership deed, copy of which is marked as ex.p.18, relates to reference for arbitration in case of dispute ..... acres surrounding the factory has got site value and is worth more than a crore of rupees even in the year 1997. however, considering the relationship and as per the mediation, the respondents agreed to sell their share for rs. 56,25,000/- to the petitioner. the respondents 2 and 3 jointly issued notice to the petitioner and the first respondent ..... the petitioner was kept by shanmugam, advocate of pollachi, and the xerox copy was given to each of the partners. though shanmugam died, the original undertaking was with the other mediator m.loganathan, auditor, pollachi. the petitioner did not pay rs. 30 lakhs within 11.6.1998 as well the balance amount of rs. 26,25,000/- before 11.12.1998 ..... the second respondent in the counter admitting the formation of partnership in the year 1972 and denying the allegation of mismanagement of the firm by him. at the instance of mediators, it was agreed on 12.12.1997 that the value of the business together with factory, building, etc. was fixed at rs. 75 lakhs out of which, deducting the petitioner .....

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