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  • karira's Avatar
    5 Hours Ago
    But Thesis papers are already in the public domain.....just walk into any library in a University or a Research Institute and you will find them there.In fact, in some cases, they are available on the Internet also:Shodhganga – INFLIBNET for Onilne Ph.D. Thesis of Indian Universities | india vidya
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    18 Hours Ago
    In a landmark ruling, CIC has ruled that Research papers and PhD Thesis cannot be termed as "personal" information or "third party" information and are disclosable under RTI. The full order is attached to this post.
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    18 Hours Ago
    CIC awards Rs 70,000 compensation to student The Central Information Commission has awarded Rs 70,000 compensation to a student who could not avail a scholarship as the information regarding the documents required for the same was allegedly not furnished in time by the Education Department of Delhi government. Taking a stern view of the matter, Information Commissioner Sridhar Acharyulu also issued a show-cause notice to the Central Public Information Officer in the said department asking why the maximum penalty should not be imposed on him for failing to furnish timely information to the student. The case pertains to one Raj Kumar, a student of Guru Ramdas College of Education, who had submitted to CIC that he belonged to the BPL category and required a scholarship to complete his B.Ed qualification. Kumar said that he had applied for a scholarship to the Education Department for the academic year 2012-13 and was informed that his form was in the select list while a number, 2191', too, was given to him. But he did not get the scholarship. He sought information through an RTI application in 2013 on the action taken on his application for the scholarship, but there was no response within the 30 days designated for the same. Later, he was informed that he had not attached some marksheets, which was wrong, as Kumar was able to find through RTI responses provided after the deadline for the scholarship was over. "The appellant, who is a poor man trying to complete his B.Ed with some financial support, was deprived of scholarship on the false ground that he had not enclosed the document of Matriculation certificate, which the appellant proved wrong," Acharyulu pointed out in his order. "When the Commission queried the respondent officer whether he had intimated the said deficiency to the appellant, so that he would have fulfilled the same, the officer Ganeshan... Admitted that they did not intimate the same to him in time," he added. Acharyulu said there was a delay in furnishing the required information as the reply sought by the appellant was furnished to him after the statutory period of 30 days. "The Commission considers it to be a fit case to award compensation to the appellant and hence directs the Public Authority Under Sec 19(8)(b) of RTI Act to pay compensation of Rs.70,000 within one month from the date of receipt of this order," he said. Read More: CIC awards Rs 70,000 compensation to student | Business Standard News
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  • karira's Avatar
    19 Hours Ago
    Research paper is not personal information: CIC New Delhi: The thesis submitted by a research student is not a personal or third party information and cannot be withheld by an Institution under the Right to Information Act, the Central Information Commission has said. Information Commissioner Sridhar Acharyulu said,"It is not third party information. Moreover, there is a public interest in knowing the originality of the thesis, especially when a serious allegation of appropriating the research work is made by the co-researcher, it is the duty of the academic institution to clear the allegation after due verification." The matter related to an RTI applicant who had demanded from Rajasthan-based Arid Forest Research Institute the copy of pre-thesis submission seminar details of a researcher, copy of her thesis, all correspondence related to research work, rules and regulation of research work and related records. The applicant alleged that the researcher had stolen theme of her research paper, hence she requires all these details to establish her claims. Acharyulu said the thesis submitted to a University is not private or personal information of the candidate who submitted it, but the property of the University, which has to discuss and decide whether it deserves the award of Ph.D or not. Read More: Research paper is not personal information: CIC | Zee News
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  • karira's Avatar
    19 Hours Ago
    karira started a thread RTI Happenings: UP: Challan compulsory in payment of fine in RTI in Media
    Challan compulsory in payment of fine LUCKNOW: Erring public information officers (PIOs) will now submit a 'challan' receipt at the state information commission as proof that they have paid fine for providing delayed or no information to RTI applicants. In case PIO errs again, commission will initiate contempt proceedings against the officer. Going by the RTI rule book, a fine of Rs 250 per day (till the information is provided and which cannot exceed Rs 25,000) is slapped on the PIO for giving incomplete, incorrect or misleading information. Since UP State Information Commission (UPSIC) gets 90% complaints and very few appeals from applicants, the rate at which the fine is slapped on defaulters is much higher in UP than in any other state information commission. But the recovery of fine being as low as 1% defeats the purpose of the fine. "PIO will get a receipt from treasury where he deposits the fine and submit it at the commission. Those who fail to do so will get contempt proceedings initiated against them," said information commissioner (IC), UPSIC, Hafiz Usman. Read More: Challan compulsory in payment of fine - The Times of India
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  • karira's Avatar
    22 Hours Ago
    This SEBI PIO needs to get himself seriously examined ! This information that you asked should actually be available on the website under Sec 4 suo motu disclosure - under sub sections 4(1)(b)(iii) & (v): (iii) the procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability; (v) the rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions; File a very strong first appeal and demand that this type of information should be disclosed suo motu (as explained above) and why are citizens being made to request for information which they are supposed to disclose on their own.
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  • karira's Avatar
    22 Hours Ago
    You can complain to the Broadcasting Foundation. The address and numbers are scrolled in the bottom part of the channels all the time. Just note it down from there. Or file here: Complaint Form | Indian Broadcasting Foundation
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  • karira's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    This portal is only meant for discussing issues related to the RTI Act 2005. You will not get any vehicle / 2 wheeler details here.
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  • karira's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Will speak to you in a few days.
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    1 Day Ago
    karira replied to a thread Rti expert in Ask for RTI Query
    Please post your RTI related query here in the forum. Our helpful members will guide you further. In case you so wish, you can hide/mask the names, etc...so that no details are revealed.
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  • karira's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Just keep quiet. You have done your job by sending a notice of demand for additional fees. It is now upto the applicant to pay those fees to get the information.
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  • karira's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    If you are requesting for information, which pertains to a "third party" or has been submitted by a "third party", then the PIO is obligated to follow the process in Sec 11. Sec 11 does not say anything about the PIO having to disclose the identity of the applicant to the third party. So, technically you can request the PIO in your RTI application not to disclose your identity to any third party. You can also mention in your RTI application, that you are submitting this RTI application in "confidence".
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  • karira's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    The Postal Act does not allow use of postage stamps for any other purpose, except postage.
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  • karira's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    That is why all experienced RTI users always recommend to file the RTI by traditional means ! Anyhow, try to contact the help desk: Help Desk : For any query or feedback related to this portal, Please contact at 011-24622461, during normal office hours (9:00 AM to 5:30 PM, Monday to Friday except Public Holidays) or send an email to helprtionline-doptnicin
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  • karira's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    U'khand Info Commissioner recommends CBI probe in Kumbh Mela The Information Commission of Uttarakhand today recommended to the Chief Secretary a CBI probe in alleged financial irregularities worth Rs 180 crore during the Haridwar Kumbh Mela in 2010 when the BJP was in power in the state. Information Commissioner Anil Sharma has sent the recommendation on the plea of an RTI applicant who had alleged that there was no account of Rs 180 crore of central funds sent for organising the Kumbh Mela. Through a series of RTI applications trustee of a Dharmshala, Ramesh Chandra Sharma brought to the notice of the Commission that Congress-led UPA Government had given a grant of Rs 565 crore to the BJP government in the state for the conduct of Mela in 2010. He alleged that 54 works for public remained incomplete during the Mela which caused inconvenience to devotees coming from across the world to Haridwar on auspicious occasion. Sharma alleged that CAG of Government had carried out a secret inquiry which showed that out of 311 works worth Rs 565 crore sanctioned to 34 departments of the state government 54 works worth Rs 180 crore remained incomplete. The applicant had alleged that responses to RTI applications show that nodal officers were lackdiasical in not depositing funds in the Mela Officer account. He also alleged that the then state government did not carry out any vigilance inquiry in the matter. In his order, Information Commissioner Anil Sharma took note of the issues raised by Ramesh Sharma and forwarded the complaint with all the annexure to the Chief Secretary with instructions to decide on a CBI inquiry. The Information Commissioner known for his maverick orders on public interests has been facing death threats from the lobbies against whom he had issued similar orders in the past. He was given threats for his directives to carry out CBI inquiry into implementation of NRHM in the state but has not been provided any security cover in Uttarakhand. Read More: U'khand Info Commissioner recommends CBI probe in Kumbh Mela | Business Standard News
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  • karira's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Please also read: Sharad Phadke, the unsung hero who took on the banks through RTI, is dead
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  • karira's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Sharad Phadke, the unsung hero who took on the banks through RTI, is dead Pune-based Phadke fought against banks’ refusal to credit back wrongly debited amount from ATM, running into crores of rupees, till his last breath. His task remains unfinished Seventy-three-year-old Sharad Phadke has been filing applications under the Right to Information (RTI) Act, in several banks, after Rs1,000 was wrongly debited from his ATM card in October 2010. Till he breathed his last on 7 November 2014, his fight against non-compliance by the State Bank of India (SBI) and Corporation Bank in crediting back the wrongly debited amount of hundreds of customers during ATM transactions, remains unfinished. Just like his RTI work that was tenacious and relentless but hardly known to many, his death too was quiet, unknown perhaps beyond his near and dear ones. It was only when I did not receive a reply to my email to him last week, that I sensed something is amiss. For, Mr Phadke’s reply to any email from me would be prompt and to the point. So, I dialled his mobile number with fear in my mind. I felt relieved when a girl, perhaps his granddaughter asked me to hold on. On the line instead came his son, who said his father had passed away on 7 November 2014, peacefully in his sleep. It was traumatic news for me. Phadke would quietly sit in a corner of his house, with a laptop and a heaps of documents through which he fired salvo after salvo at the banks and Reserve Bank of India (RBI). When all failed, he also went to the High Court in search of truth and justice. For that he would travel beyond Pune and Maharashtra. His crusade to restore back his Rs1,000 wrongly debited by Bank of India (BoI), which came with added penalty that the latter had to credit to his account for its 65-day delay (the rule is Rs100 per day of delay beyond 12 days of wrongly debiting from any customer’s account), was highlighted by Moneylife. See Banks must pay Rs100 a day penalty for delay in reimbursement for failed ATM transactions. Similarly, he, along with Moneylife doggedly pursued the issue of mass deletion of voters’ names in Pune constituency, where his own name had been deleted and this writer along with him had conducted file inspection under Section 4 of the RTI Act and procured documents, which proved that his and wife’s names were deleted by cooking up false documents. Read: Missing voters: Pune Police refuses to register Phadke’s complaint as FIR Mr Phadke continued to pursue the case of bank penalties running into crores of rupees, which were not being credited back to the customers’ accounts. Four months before he died, he has made a complaint against Corporation Bank for non-payment of compensation for delay in refunding the amount for failed ATM transaction, as mandated by RBI. The figure ran to over Rs5 crore, as per information Phadke procured under RTI. Mr Phadke also conducted a social audit based on the information he got and wrote to the RBI Governor stating that, “Scrutiny reveals that a whopping amount of Rs9.79 crore is not paid by Corporation Bank as compensation for ATM failed transactions during 2010-11 and 2011-12. These transactions have failed at different ATMs of other banks with their own bank.” “My complaint dated 5 June 2014 relating to customers of Corporation Bank whose transactions have failed ATMs of SBI is pending with Department of Banking Operation, RBI, Mumbai.” “This is just a sample audit” he wrote. “RTI revelations are indicative of the fact that most Banks in the country are indulging in ditching its account holders as above, presumably with the blessing and connivance of higher management and auditors. This is generic in nature and not a single aberration. I think it is a serious matter for RBI to act decisively and firmly which is substance of good governance…,’’ he had said. (Posters Note: Late Mr Sharad Phadke's complaint to RBI is attached to this post) Mr Phadke also pleaded to the RBI to order re-scrutiny of quarterly returns that banks submit on failed transactions to RBI with bank board’s sanction. He also brought to the notice of the central bank that, “RBI’s counterpart has imposed penalty of Rs1.77 crore on Reliance Life Insurance Co Ltd for violation of various IRDA directives/legislations.” He followed it up by writing to the Banking Codes and Standards Board of India (BCSBI). He wrote back to me disgusted, stating, Banking Codes appears to be of no use if this is their attitude. Why is this? Why to spend Rs50 for postage and printing? This was Mr Phadke’s reaction to a reply by HS Shetty, vice president, BCSBI, who wrote, “We have to clarify that BCSBI examines the complaint to see whether any systematic issue is involved and if so necessary action would be taken so that such gaps in customer service are rectified to all customers, in general. It is observed that you have already approached Reserve Bank of India, Corporation Bank and State Bank of India. You may follow up the matter with the banks concerned/RBI.” Indeed sad, that none of the regulatory authorities took up the cause even after this single individual pointed out lapse in ATM failed transaction of over Rs10 crore. Mr Phadke’s son told me that some RTI replies have been received. This writer would soon visit his home. Moneylife salutes the valuable contribution of Sharad Phadke in working relentlessly on behalf of the bank customers.
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  • karira's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Interlocking tiles: 3 officials to be chargesheeted LUDHIANA: Local bodies minister Anil Joshi has recommended chargesheeting of officials found guilty of using substandard interlocking tiles on Gill Road and for providing financial benefit to the contractor. This information has been procured by city resident Kuldeep Singh Khaira under RTI. Joshi had ordered Ludhiana municipal corporation to file a chargesheet against superintending engineer HS Khosa, executive engineer Rakesh Sharma and junior engineer Rakesh Singla. The inquiry report has also nailed these officials for providing financial benefit to contractor. Khaira in 2014 had filed a complaint in this regard to Punjab Vigilance Bureau, which further forwarded the complaint to local bodies department. During the inquiry, the interlocking tiles were found to be of inferior quality. The report further states that the contractor was paid Rs 35 per piece for 40mm tiles and Rs 50 per piece for 80mm tiles whereas the rate fixed for 40mm tile was just Rs 9 and 80mm tile was Rs 12. The minister has asked MC commissioner to take required action against the contractor in this case. After testing the sealed sample of tiles provided by the MC to RTI activist, the testing and consultancy cell of Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana, found that sample of a 80 mm, was of less comprehensive strength than estimated. The document obtained under RTI from local bodies department also said MC had also sent samples of tiles for testing. Some more testing reports by the same college revealed that the tiles had compressive strength of 30.40, 34.10 and 50.90 MPa. Sources said the work to install tiles on this road started about four years ago, and was supposed to completed within six months, but the contractor had completed only 50% work so far. Read More: Interlocking tiles: 3 officials to be chargesheeted - The Times of India
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  • karira's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    IGL was declared a PA but went to court...where the matter is pending at present.
    4 replies | 164 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    The time limit for filing first appeal is 30 days from the date the PIOs reply was received OR the date when it was supposed to be received. Therefore, your first appeal time limit expired on 2/2/2015. Hence it is better to refile a new RTI application and start the process all over again. Please read: Guide Section Fundamental Facts about RTI How to use your Right to Information RTI FAQ
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  • Shrawan Pathak's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    Sorry, this happens when there are no nomination made by any member in the past week.
    2 replies | 114 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    karira has just uploaded Hardicon Ltd is not a public authority under RTI! The Delhi High Court has ruled that Hardicon Limited is not a public authority under RTI. 15. The CIC held that as 6
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  • karira's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    I am equally puzzled. If someone files a RTI and asks for this document, then cannot give it with all these riders !
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  • karira's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    It is a compilation of various SIC decisions in Gujarati.
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  • karira's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    Thread moved to Appeals & Decisions section of the forum.
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  • karira's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    I think you are a PIO or a FAA. 1. Please read the definition of "information" in Sec 2 (f). Does it exclude "information" already in the public domain ? It does not. Therefore. if information is held by the public authority, it has to be provided - irrespective of whether it is already in the public domain or not. (ARGUMENT: If PIO provides information to person A, then the information is said to be disclosed and 'not held by the PA' or "in public domain". So, if person B applies for the same information, can you tell him that you will not provide because irt is already in the public domain OR ask him to contact person A and collect the information ?) 2. If you are the designated PIO, it is your mandatory duty to reply to all RTI applications by - either providing the information sought OR denying it under any sub-section of Sec 8.
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  • karira's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    You can get a copy of your own answer sheet but not the answer sheet of other candidates.
    10 replies | 215 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    Please also give a brief in English, as to what is the circular about ?
    4 replies | 74 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    This proposal has already been rejected. Please read this full thread: http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/135145-dopt-considering-postal-stamp-payment-rti-application.html
    8 replies | 148 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    welcome to Rajasthan Information Commission File a RTI with the PIO of the Rajasthan SIC and seek the information about your pending appeal as well as the number in the waiting list.
    12 replies | 148 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    What was the exact information sought by the applicant ? Any particular reason why he is being called for inspection - instead of providing him copies, etc. ?
    8 replies | 209 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    If they were doing it till now, well it was illegal.
    1 replies | 44 view(s)
  • Shrawan Pathak's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    A new poll has been created for the RTI nomination . Please vote for your favorite!
    2 replies | 114 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    Welcome to www.rtiindia.org Please read the links given in following pages, for further guidance: Home Page Links RTI Guide RTI FAQ Drafting a good RTI application ======== If you have any further queries, please post them here and our helpful members will guide you further.
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  • karira's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    The news report is about MP SIC....maybe they have such an arrangement for priority hearing to women.
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  • karira's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    @sunilparab Please understand one simple thing: The Information Commissioners, Officers, and staff of the SIC (or CIC) have not come descended from Heaven. They come from the same offices/entities/public authorities because of whom, you and me started filing RTI applications. If they have the same genetic make-up and attitude, why do you expect them to be any different ? PLUS remember, RTI was supposed to "reduce corruption". But as you would have noticed by now, RTI has actually added more avenues of corruption - the people in the information commissions.
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  • karira's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    This is a fact of life in RTI ! And Info Commissioners know it very well and intentionally try to delay the whole process. For example, today I received information related to corruption. The RTI was filed in March 2009 ! It is 6 years now. The person who was corrupt is retired and also died 2 years ago. What do I do now......go to HELL to get him nabbed ?
    10 replies | 171 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    karira replied to a thread Company cheated me in Non RTI Issues
    Post demerged from another thread and started a new thread with appropriate subject line.
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  • karira's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Please read this thread: http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/138313-what-should-ideal-time-span-between-first.html It has a query similar to yours and has been adequately answered.
    3 replies | 71 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    First Appeal delivered on 15 Jan 2015 FAA has 45 days to respond. Response till 03 March 2015 Add another 7 days for postal delay. 10 March 2015 The FAAs orders should have been received before 10 March 2015. No response has been received as yet. Time limit for filing second appeal: 90 days from date when FAAs order was to be received. Therefore, you need to file a second appeal before 03 June 2015. ============== First send a gentle reminder to the FAA and remind him about Sec 19(6) wherein he has to give the order within 45 days. Wait till 20 April 2015. If still no order from FAA, file second appeal. ============== Avoid making a complaint to the SIC / CIC since a the IC cannot order disclosure of information while hearing a complaint under Sec 18.
    4 replies | 140 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    6 Days Ago
    Have any approvals to be obtained to locate that project ? If yes, who grants the approvals ? The answers to these questions will help you draft a correct RTI application an whom to submit it to. Please read: Guide to drafting a good RTI application
    3 replies | 102 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    6 Days Ago
    Best is to file a RTI application and ask for "inspection" of the file related to this subject matter. When you inspect the file, then you will be able to read the "file notings" from various officers/staff. The file notings will give you an indication as to why something was done or not done.
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  • karira's Avatar
    6 Days Ago
    karira replied to a thread Hello All! in Say Hello
    Welcome to the portal ! Have a nice and valuable time here with us.
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    1 Week Ago
    HC stays order to bring Attorney General of India's office under RTI NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court Wednesday stayed till April 27 a decision of its single judge to bring the Attorney General of India's (AGI) office under the RTI Act. A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice R S Endlaw said that the single judge's findings "require consideration" and it will hear the appeal filed by the Centre against the ruling. In its appeal the law ministry argued that the AG is not a "public authority" as defined under the Act and the single judge erred in extending the ambit of the transparency law to the AG. In its order, earlier this month, the single judge held AG's office to be a public authority on the ground that he performs functions by virtue of Article 76(2) of the Constitution of India. The single judge reversed a December 2012 CIC order that AG is not a public authority. Appearing for the Centre, Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar and additional solicitor general Sanjay Jain maintained that AG's position is unique since he is a lawyer for the government and also renders sensitive legal opinion on matters of policy. Earlier the single judge had refused to consider the government's argument that there was a practical difficulty in providing information under the Act as the office of the AG does not have the requisite infrastructure. It gave the ruling on the petitions of RTI activists Subhash Agarwal and R K Jain, who demanded that the office of the AG must be brought under the transparency law. The court had directed the AG to reconsider the RTI application of Jain as his plea for information was denied on basis of the CIC order that the office of AGI is not a public authority. The CIC, in its 2012 order, had expressed the opinion that the AGI was only a person and could not be considered as an "authority" and, therefore, fell outside sweep of section 2(h) of the RTI Act. Section 2(h) of the Act defines 'public authority'. While setting aside the CIC order, the court had noted that the expression 'authority' under RTI Act would include all persons or bodies that have been conferred power to perform the functions entrusted to them and those performing advisory functions cannot be excluded. Read More: HC stays order to bring Attorney General of India's office under RTI - The Times of India
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  • karira's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    For PAs under the Central Govt., there are no fees for first appeal. Some states RTI rules do prescribe charges for first appeal. Check under which govt. is your PA and if that state govt ahs any fees prescribed for RTI first appeal. RTI Rules of various states are available in the Guide section of the portal: Guide
    3 replies | 83 view(s)
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    1 Week Ago
    karira replied to a thread Commercial meter in Non RTI Issues
    This portal is dedicated to discussing issues related to the RTI Act 2005. You will not get any guidance here to general issues and requests for clarifications/doubts ! Thread closed.
    1 replies | 56 view(s)
  • karira's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    Why are you going through the dealer / agent ? Go yourself to the RTO and complete all formalities....only official charges have to be paid.
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    1 Week Ago
    What is annexure K ?
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