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    Since last few days i am trying to find out from where can i get various courts judgements in RTI. i tried on web of MUMBAI h. c. but in their subject directory there is no RTI. same with supreme court. can anyone help me please!


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    Dear Mr. Varma:

    I am interested in the same. I have collected a few cases and have put them on internet at Apka Adhikar

    Please let me know if you find others that I can put on the same site.

    Satish Gupta



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    You can have it from the State Govt. website. Thank you.

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    That would be interesting to complile all the Court orders on RTI at one place as dr. Satish Gupta has done & Like the judgements of CIC compiled by one of our members current up to March 2008 available for down load at rtiindia.info

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    Satish,

    I just saw your website.
    Following updates can also be posted in the relevant section:

    http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/3395-r...ct-2005-a.html

    http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/670-in...wer-punch.html

    One more:

    http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/3538-h...ommission.html
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    During the weekend, I did some homework and have quite a few decisions from Delhi HC and Punjab & Haryana HC vis a vis RTI. It is taking too much time because the High Court websites do not have a "search" function.

    As and when time permits, I am carrying out the same exercise with other High Courts.

    Where to upload them ?
    Do we need a separate section/subsection for High Court Judgements ?
    Do we put up just as it is or with a small synopsis ?

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    During this exercise, I also noticed that both Delhi HC and Punjab & Haryana HC are frequently advising appellants (in their judgements/orders) to use RTI Act 2005 to get information/documents from Government departments and then approach the court once again. These are for cases not at all connected with RTI.
    This is a very good sign and just shows that even the Courts are finding RTI a effective mechanism.
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    We would create a separate section at rtiindia.info

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    Quote Originally Posted by karira View Post

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    During this exercise, I also noticed that both Delhi HC and Punjab & Haryana HC are frequently advising appellants (in their judgements/orders) to use RTI Act 2005 to get information/documents from Government departments and then approach the court once again. These are for cases not at all connected with RTI.
    This is a very good sign and just shows that even the Courts are finding RTI a effective mechanism.
    Karira,
    Instead of waiting for Site Admins to do something on it, it's better if you can start posting them here or in a Blog.

    Sidharth

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