Supreme Court asks Kirloskar brothers to consider mediation

Supreme Court asks Kirloskar brothers to consider mediation

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday maintained status quo on the family dispute related to assets of the Kirloskar group and asked the members of the 130-year-old corporate entity to try and settle the dispute through mediation rather than pursue litigation.

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