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Mediation: an overlooked way to justice

Monday, 18th December 2018

"Instead of going straight to the court, parties in conflict have the option to take the help of a trained mediator to reach a solution that suits them best

After 10 sittings at the Gurugram District and Sessions Court’s mediation centre over the past two months, Sunita’s family has decided to file a divorce case — having lost patience and hope for an amicable solution to her matrimonial dispute.

The trouble in her married life started soon after her wedding, four years ago, to Ramesh, who allegedly began to beat her for dowry. Sunita’s family claimed they made several efforts to sort out the matter through mutual discussion. A panchayat was also held but Ramesh did not mend his ways, they claimed, adding that he started beating and abusing Sunita a few months after the panchayat."

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Language: English
Contact: Ashok Kumar and Soibam Rocky Singh

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