Every Citizen will be a Lokpal by Simply Repealing of Section 19 of the Prevention of Corruption Act 1988
Surendera M. Bhanot
The main reason for the corruption in the country is the presence of Section 19 in the Prevention of Corruption Act 1988 (PCA).
Under Section 19, prior permission of the Government is necessary before launching prosecution of an accused. Government seldom gives permission and all culprits go scot-free, mainly because in most
DISPOSING OF REQUEST FOR THIRD PARTY INFORMATION UNDER RTI ACT 2005
Before arriving at any conclusion, one need to study Section 7(7) read with Section 11 of the Right to information Act 2005. Both these sections are reproduced below.
The opening line of Section 11 says - "Where a Central Public Information Officer or a State Public Information Officer, as the case may be, intends to disclose any information or record...."
Please give the emphasis
PUNJAB & HARYANA HIGH COURT - NOTICE ON PIL
SEEKING, INTER-ALIA, QUASHING OF APPOINTMENT OF BIDHI CHAND AND CHANDER PARKASH AS PUNJAB STATE INFORMATION COMMISSIONERS
A Division Bench of the HC comprising ACJ Adarsh Goel and Justice A.K. Mittal today issued notices for December 1st, to States of Punjab and Haryana, on a PIL filed by Advocate H.C. Arora, seeking appropriate directions to the two States to lay down procedure for selection and appointment of State
INTERPRETATION OF SECTION 6(3) OF THE RTI ACT 2005 IN THE CONTEXT OF SECTION 13 OF GENERAL CLAUSES ACT 1897 To Sh. K.G. Verma,
RIGHT TO INFORMATION,
Department of Personnel and Training,
Government of India
India Sir, Please refer to Part IV, Section 5(3) of Guide to RTI Act 2005 circulated by DoPT vide its Number No. 1/4/2009-IR dated 5.10.2009. it has been directed
EPFO Launches “web Based” claim enquiry module
Submitted : Dated Sunday, February 13th, 2011
The Central Provident Fund commissioner Mr. Samirendra Chatterjee, I.A.S.,today launched Web Based Claim enquiry module at a small function organized at the EPFO headquarters. Addressing the officers and Staff of the Head Office he said the computerisation in EPFO has progressed very well. He shared
[LEFT][LEFT]PF ACCOUNTS IDLE FOR 36 MONTHS OR MORE MONTHS TO FETCH NO INTEREST[/LEFT]
[LEFT][LEFT]Submitted by : admin on dated Saturday, September 18th, 2010 [/LEFT]
[/LEFT] The decision by the Employee Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) to stop paying interest on accounts that have not been operated for 36 months or more is expected to cover 60 per cent of the accounts. According to EPFO estimates, there were 30.5 million inoperative accounts across 120 offices.
Untitled1 EPFO HAS INTRODUCED THE SMS BASED COMMUNICATION PLATFORM
The good news is that EPFO HAS INTRODUCED THE SMS BASED COMMUNICATION PLATFORM.pdfEPFO has introduced SMS based communication platform vide Circular No. ACC(IS)/PS/Misc./SMS/2010/21956 dated 16 July 2010. This system will help in establishment of central depository of database of Employers & Employees, with the help of BSNL and IS Division. The system will be connected with all 120 Field Offices of EPFO.
RANGE OF SERVICES:
[CENTER]EPFiGMS – EPF i-GRIEVIENCE MAMAGEMENT SYSTEM
[/CENTER] A Circular No. CSD-IV/epfigns/cer/2010/3576 dated 03/05 May 2010 (can be viewed at http://www.taxguru.in/wp-content/upl...em-of-EPFO.pdf) is issued by Employee Provident Fund Organization (Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt of India) in relation to implementation to EPFiGMS. This circular
Income-tax Ombudsman Guidelines 2010.docNOW THE CENTRAL BOARD OF DIRECT TAXES HAS COME UP WITH THE INCOME TAX OMBUDSMAN with the objective of enabling the resolution of complaints relating to public grievances against the Income Tax Department and to facilitate the satisfaction or settlement of such complaints. The main feature is that the Income Tax Authority complained against shall, within one month from the date of the award, comply with the award and intimate compliance to the Ombudsman.
Updated 07-14-2010 at 10:27 PM by karira
Overwhelmingly, it is seen that Public Officials consciously indulge in complete disregard of established laws OR in neglect of their duties OR in not complying with Court orders.........and constrained us to indulge in expensive and avoidable litigation.
That the government is known to be a huge contributor to delays, in matters where it is a party – at various stages – from evading notices, replying to notices and replying without application of mind, unnecessarily appealing even