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  • RAVEENA_O's Avatar
    4 Minutes Ago
    It is not permitted, except - (a) undertake honorary work of a social or charitable nature, or (b) undertake occasional work of a literary, artistic or scientific character, or (c) participate in sports activities as an amateur, or (d) take part in the registration, promotion or management (not involving the holding of an elective office) of a literary, scientific or charitable society or of a club or similar organisation, the aims or objects of which relate to promotion of sports, cultural or recreational activities, registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 (21 of 1860), or any other law for the time being in force, or (e) take part in the registration, promotion or management (not involving the holding of elective office) of a co-operative society substantially for the benefit of Government servants, registered under the Co-operative Societies Act, 1912 (2 of 1912), or any other law for the time being in force:
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  • RAVEENA_O's Avatar
    13 Minutes Ago
    This information preciously available in Budget papers of the Government. Such budget papers are also available with local body governments like Municipal Corporations. These are also published in the Gazette. These are voluminous information. You can inspect the record under RTI by filing an application and take extract copy of pages identified by you, according to your need.
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  • RAVEENA_O's Avatar
    22 Minutes Ago
    You can file a RTI application with the PIO of CDMA (or any other authority which sanctioned that plan) and ask for a certified copy of the approved plan, giving full details of the building, location, city survey no, plot no., sheet no. and address etc. State RTI Rules and fees shall apply. For guidance in writing and submitting RTI Applications, please refer to: HOW TO WRITE RTI APPLICATION GUIDE IN WRITING GOOD RTI APPLICATION WRITE/SUBMIT/SAMPLE RTI Application SUBMIT RTI APPLICATION RTI APPLICATION/APPEAL/SECOND APPEAL FORMATS CENTRAL / STATE RTI RULES - GUIDE
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  • RAVEENA_O's Avatar
    30 Minutes Ago
    You can file RTI Application with the PIO of the Regulatory authority(ies) and seek information. Regulatory authorities are required to provide only those information which are held by and under the control of PA (Regulatory authority) under the regulatory mechanism, subject to observance of exemptions under Sec-8 and 9. Regulatory authority cannot insist for information, which do not fall within the regulatory mechanism, from a private entity even though the entity is under regulatory mechanism.
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  • RAVEENA_O's Avatar
    38 Minutes Ago
    In addition to MHRD, the Technical University has regulatory control by AICTE and UGC and the TU get grants also. You can complaint to these two organisations also. Investigation is a part of the responsibility of controlling authority. You may send complaint along with available proof under your name address and signature. It is mandatory to inquire into all such complaints and take up concerned staff, if required. You can also take up the issue with Central Vigilance Commission if there are financial irregularities and corruption.
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  • RAVEENA_O's Avatar
    48 Minutes Ago
    You may first go through the refund rules mentioned in the prospectus of the housing scheme, which might have a clause about refund in case not getting allotment as also in case of withdrawals. Wait for the minimum period prescribed for refund. File a detailed representation to the Board and seek to refund the amount. In case you don't get refund within a reasonable time, please file RTI Application by referring: UTILITARIAN APPROACH FOR RTI LONG PENDING MAKE EFFECTIVE
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  • RAVEENA_O's Avatar
    54 Minutes Ago
    WHAT IS LARGER PUBLIC INTEREST? The issue involved has wide legal ramifications. Let us consider the object of the Act: Now, there are two conflicting public interests - the right of citizens to protect their commercial confidence, trade secret etc ( the protected interest) under Sec-8(1)(d) OR Sec-8(1)(d) AND the right of citizens to get information on governance and transparency ( the right to information) under Sec-3 Both of these rights are legally bestowed on all our citizens. Both are conflicting in nature. Therefore, a competent authority has to decide which interest out of these two conflicting interests weigh more (larger), to take a decision, which is called the larger public interest. There is a misunderstanding that if a large number of citizens are interested in a piece of information, it shows larger public interest, which is absolutely not correct. Larger public interest is nothing but balancing between two legally vested public interests (as shown above) and arrive at a conclusion either to disclose or to deny the information in order to maintain a balance between the two public interests - the necessity to disclose such protected information shall weigh more compared to the possible harm or injury which can cause in disclosing such protected interest.
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  • RAVEENA_O's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    The best way is to file RTI Application with the PIO concerned and seek the - certified copy of Letter of Acceptance of all works awarded from 1/4/2010 to 31/3/2014 (LoA shall contain exact description of work awarded on contract, name and address of contractor to whom the work awarded, accepted contract value, date of commencement, target date of completion.) certified copy of latest paid On-account bill (OR running bill) in respect of all on-going works. (On-Account Bill/Running Bill shall contain details payments made in the past) certified copy of Final Bills of all contracts completed from 1/4/2010 and 31/3/2014 (Final bill will show all details of amount paid, recoveries due and made, escalation in rates or contract value allowed, final Completion Cost etc.) (4) Details of Service Tax deducted form each of the contractor and remitted to Central Excise and Customs Department during the period 1/4/2010 and 31/3/2014 (The amount of Service Tax can be used to assess the correctness of payments released to the contractor ). If you still have doubt about the quantum of physical work executed vis-a-vis the quantum of work awarded on contract, you can seek : certified copy of the 'Schedule of Work' in respect of LoA (Letter of acceptance No. ................. dated ................) Schedule of work shall show quantity of each item included in a contract. With the schedule of work in hand, you can cross-verify physical quantum and assess discrepancy if any. You can download and use samples from below links: SAMPLE RTI APPLICATION FOR PANCHAYAT WORKS & EXPENDITURE Sample RTI application for Road maintenance Sample RTI application for open manholes Sample RTI application regarding clearing of garb Sample RTI application for maintenance of public Parks Sample RTI application for street lights Sample RTI application for use of MP or MLA funds
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  • RAVEENA_O's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    Yes. It is possible. You may file RTI Application with the PIO of the public authority and seek the information. Please don't ask question. Please inform me the number of candidates applied in response to advertisement published vide reference no. ....................... dated ....................with regard to ........................................ Please inform me the number of valid applications received in response to advertisement published vide reference no. ....................... dated ....................with regard to ........................................ Please inform me the number of invalid applications received in response to advertisement published vide reference no. ....................... dated ....................with regard to ........................................ For further guidance in writing and submitting RTI Applications, please refer to: HOW TO WRITE RTI APPLICATION GUIDE IN WRITING GOOD RTI APPLICATION WRITE/SUBMIT/SAMPLE RTI Application SUBMIT RTI APPLICATION RTI APPLICATION/APPEAL/SECOND APPEAL FORMATS CENTRAL / STATE RTI RULES - GUIDE
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    2 Hours Ago
    The best way is filing complaint against such university in District Forum, demanding compensation for deficiency of service. Once a notice is issued stating CP Act, hope things will move as CP Act provides remedy whereas RTI act can get only information.
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    2 Hours Ago
    "Labor is thy concerned, fruit is not thy concerned" No body can assure any fruits, as it depends on many factors like soil, quality of seed, climate, manures, protection etc., So, you have to aim for complaining with competent authority who has control over it, and may be many complaints with several organisations are needed like University, State Higher Education dept., Collector, and related depts., Approach should be pucca with documented evidences, and should reflect genuine complaint status different from professional jealousies, harassment, or black mailing.
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    2 Hours Ago
    There is good blog on Larger Public interest and judgments on larger public interest. Kindly search Court decisions/Sc Decisions in the blog or just google "larger Public interest in RTI", you can get good description and illustrations given by SC/HC.
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    2 Hours Ago
    Every College is being controlled by State Govt dept., for Higher Education, and one can seek any information relevant to that college from State Govt., depts., (They are also having local/area offices) Depending on information required member has to explore the ways of obtaining information from University on Academic courses, and from State Govt., on Administration matters.
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    2 Hours Ago
    G.L.N. Prasad replied to a thread threatning in Non RTI Issues
    I was told that "true caller" application in smart mobiles are operating excellently in providing name of the caller also. (It is different matter that those unsocial elements use smart cards in fake names, but atleast they can be traced with GPS)
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    2 Hours Ago
    Your query should be precise and should be addressed to PIO of CMDA , as per format prescribed by State RTI rules and RTI Fee prescribed by State Govt. You may have to pay additional charges for copying, and it should be paid after receiving such calculation sheet, and you may provide mobile No./Land line No...enabling them to contact you without official formality of writing letters. "Please provide me approved copy of Plan for Flat No...in.........Building House No........, Assessment No.... situated in Ward No.....located .....street......Area,.......City: (if you know approval No., it is much easier, as many corporations are unable to trace approval plan without Approval No and year)
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    2 Hours Ago
    Yes. You can file RTI Application to any Public authority seeking information on funds allocated, status of works, completion, progress etc.,and that information has to be provided by PIO. But applicant should ensure specifying the Year and precise information he require on such works. (The word information here also includes inspection and collecting samples also)
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    3 Hours Ago
    Rules may differ from state to state, so far to my knowledge, there is no bar for joining by any Govt., employee in service oriented, service to society, non profit organisation as a member .
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    3 Hours Ago
    The Rs.120/- fee is for providing you copy of such document only. You can send the amount in the mode and in the name of payee as directed by them, and you will receive document within total 30 days excluding demand for RTI and receipt of RTI fee. 1.Each state has different RTI format and fee rules and regulations under RTI. Search RTI guide for Karantaka Rules & Regulations of RTI. Infact, PIO ought to have sent you calculated amount stating No. of pages and cost of each page (Rs.2/- per page + Postal Registration charges) and reasons for such fees. 2. This is not for searching, and for providing of copies alone. 3.There is no fee for searching prescribed under RTI Act except initial fee of RTI fee of Rs.10/- which you might have sent with your RTI. 4.You can find RTI rules on RTI Fee/copying charges of Karnataka in RTI Guide segment in the portal. (But prior to RTI Act, copying charges have been prescribed by Registration Authority, and those rules only prevail as far as Registration documents are concerned)
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  • rangaphy9's Avatar
    4 Hours Ago
    Hello, I am a govt. employee. I want to join in NGO organsation. And also want to start one NGO organisation. Please clarify me. Will it be any problem if I do it.
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  • rangaphy9's Avatar
    4 Hours Ago
    First try to get full information through RTI. Then complaiint to concerned authorities.
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    6 Hours Ago
    I am sorry to state that you require information from PIO of TTD. TTD has filed a writ against APIC deciding them as Public Authority, as they are not receiving any types of financial assistance from Govt (First they have appointed and started implementing, but after feeling that the activity is additional burden (?)they have gone back and not implemented RTI ) APIC is one of the respondent. TTD wished to withdraw the Writ, but APHC decided against that unless APIC files a counter, they do not permit withdrawal of writ. APIC is not filing writ since long, reasons not known. Even the Ministry for Endowments has stated that all temples including TTD must be brought within ambit of RTI Act. Whether it is within RTI or not it is a grievance petition, and from an affected party who really needs guidance. Only through writ such things can be speedened up, and a casual discussion with APLS Authority, Chittoor and approaching through AP HC Legal services commitee, seeking financial assistance for such writ may help PIO of APIC is most complacent in responding even to regular RTI Applications filed before him. The applicant has spent lot of time and money for drafting such a beautiful petition, as for reading the petition itself it takes more than 30 minutes. PIO must have not even cared to read it. It should have been proper, if PIO has informed the facts relating to TTD to RTI Applicant. The essence of petition is not sanctioning of retirement benefits to her husband and not considering compassionate appointment as permitted by rules . The applicant is a wife of late driver at TTD. It is obvious that she has depended on services of an expert in drafting petitions, but it is not aimed to hit the right place. Yes. It is addressed to APIC, as appeal/complaint against TTD , but not brief, precise and upto the point. Needs redrafting through proper advise from RTI Activist from Tirupathi, to file the information through relevant controlling dept, over TTD.
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  • abhi987's Avatar
    9 Hours Ago
    Also, please refer to the blog on the following link: Transfer of a RTI Application.
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    13 Hours Ago
    Excellent, and so Nice of you for coming forward for a common cause. You Deserve High appreciation. Mr.Kiran, if you want to add you may just file written arguments also, so that you are satisfied that your view was correctly presented before Commission. I will ask Raja to mail his arguments.
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  • abhi987's Avatar
    13 Hours Ago
    > (1) You may look for the required information in the 'Citizens Charter' of that particular Public Authority, (2) You may also you may look for the same in the particular 'State Govt's Act enacted for the purpose, relevant Rules, General Administration Department (GAD) Circulars etc. In Maharashtra there is a special Act enacted for the purpose by the name "The Prevention of Delay in Discharge of Official Duties Act, 2005' and a GAD Circular Dated: 18/01/2013 Bearing Ref. No. संकीर्ण/२०१३/प. क्र.८/१८(र.वका.) which prescribes a time bound procedure for dealing with a citizen's complaint. > File a RTI Application with the particular Public Authority to seek a certified photocopy of the Citizen's Charter declared by them, as follows: Description of Information Required: Please provide a certified photocopy of the following information: 1. Citizen's Charter declared by your Public Authority. 2. The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by or under your pubic authority's control or used by your public authority's employees for discharging its functions; which has been published in mandatory compliance of the provision of section 4(1)(b)(v) of the RTI Act. > Also file a RTI Application with the Public Information Officer of the General Administration Department (GAD) of your State, and seek the following information: Description of Information Required: 1. Please provide a certified photocopy of the Provision in an Act, Rules, Regulations, Circular, Policy, Guidelines, Government Resolution (GR) or any other such provisions in a law for the time being in force, wherein has been noted the criteria & procedure for dealing with the complaint of a citizen which pertains to a public authority of your particular State Government.
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  • abhi987's Avatar
    13 Hours Ago
    Can you please share with the forum, as to, you had filed a RTI application with the town panchayat of which State ?
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  • abhi987's Avatar
    14 Hours Ago
    Can you please upload your RTI Applications (you may remove personal details before uploading them) so that our members can guide you appropriately ?
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  • abhi987's Avatar
    14 Hours Ago
    > Please note that contract and tender documents entered into between a public authority and a private contractor, are all public documents and not private documents. > Moreover, please note that as per section 6(2) of the RTI Act, a RTI applicant is not supposed to give any reason for requesting the information and as per section 19(5) the onus to prove that a denial of a request was justified is on the Public Information Officer (PIO) who denied the request, Thus given the provisions of section 6(2) read with section 19(5), as a RTI applicant you are not supposed to worry about exemptions because that falls under the domain of a PIO (i.e. to deny if applicable and then to justify the denial), Therefore please go ahead, file the RTI application and seek the whatever information you require, kindly do not worry about the exemptions at this stage, and if the PIO quotes exemptions you can always appeal against the PIO's decision. > The documents so obtained under the RTI Act will definitely help you to take an informed decision, also please note that any oral conversation (hear say between two parties) has no evidential value, but the written documents that you obtain with the help of RTI, is what shall be of evidential value. > Please be aware that when you apply for information, a PIO's decision is not the final word in a given matter and that as a RTI Applicant you have an access to three tier hierarchical system by way of first and then second appeal to obtain information under the RTI Act. Kindly refer to the following links to learn more about it: RTI Act offers three levels to obtain a required information. Flow of a RTI Application, once having been filed.
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  • karira's Avatar
    14 Hours Ago
    From an email received from Mr Venkatesh Nayak New Supreme Court Rules for inspection and copies must become RTI-compliant Today, the Supreme Court of India has begun implementing its new set of Rules for regulating its practice and procedures. These Rules were notified in May this year. They replace the existing Rules brought into force in 1966. Readers may access the text of the new SC Rules at:http://supremecourtofindia.nic.in/Supreme%20Court%20Rules,%202013.pdf Readers will recollect that the Registry of the Supreme Court is also a public authority under the Right to Information Act, 2005. Whether the Chief Justice of India is also a public authority under the same law, is a question that has been referred to a Constitution Bench of the Court in November 2010 in the matter of Central Public Information Officer, Supreme Court of India vs. Subhash Chandra Agrawal, (2011) 1SCC 496. This Bench has not been constituted for almost four years despite important constitutional and legal questions being framed by the three-Judge Bench. Readers may recollect this is the well known 'judges' assets case' initiated by the RTI intervention of veteran RTI activist Mr. Subhash Chandra Agrawal. I have enclosed a document containing a comparison between the 1966 Rules and the new Rules of the Apex Court from the perspective of the RTI Act. While access to court records were governed by Order XII of the 1966 Rules, they have been split up under Orders X and XIII in the 2014 version. They cover the rights of parties as well as strangers to information about any judicial proceeding. The 1966 Rules required a stranger who is not a party to any ongoing judicial proceeding to give reasons (i.e., "show cause") for seeking copies of documents related to that proceeding. This requirement remains unchanged under the new Rules. Several experts including the Public Information Officer of the Apex Court and their advocates have tried to draw a distinction between seeking copies of court records under the Court's rules as well as seeking the same information under the RTI Act. The PIO of the Apex Court has frequently denied access to copies of Court records under the RTI Act stating that the 1966 Court Rules permit access to even strangers under Order XII, so there is no need to make a request under the RTI Act. However what is often lost in the interpretation is the question- why should Court Rules be forced upon an RTI applicant when the request is made under the RTI Act. Division Benches of both Rajasthan and Delhi High Courts have ruled that when a public authority under the Executive arm of the State receives RTI applications, it must deal with them in terms of the RTI Rules and not any other Rules, especially with regard to calculation of fees. These judgements will override the Delhi High Court Single judge Bench's 2012 directive that when other laws also provide for access to information then those fee Rules will apply no matter what . So the same principle must apply to Courts as well. A second contradiction with the RTI Act is that a stranger has to show cause for seeking information under the Court Rules while under the RTI Act there is no such compulsion. Of course when a person seeks information under the Court Rules, those Rules must apply, however, when a request is made under the RTI Act, then commonsense requires that the RTI Rules must apply. It is a clear recognition of this commonsensical principle which seems to have guided the Madras High Court to amend its Appellate Side Rules (but not the Original Side Rules) in 2010. Order XII, Rule 3, earlier required a stranger to a case to submit an affidavit explaining to the Court why he/she wants copies of a court record. The 2010 amendment deletes this requirement. So now a stranger to an ongoing appeal case needs to only make an application to the Madras High Court seeking copies of any document of an ongoing case. While notifying its new Rules, the Hon'ble Supreme Court could have incorporated similar provisions to make them RTI-compliant. I hope the Apex Court makes its new Rules RTI compliant just as the Madras High Court did four years ago. Readers may also note that Article 145(1) of the Constitution is the source of the Apex Court's power to make Rules with the approval of the President to regulate its procedure. This provision starts with the phrase: "Subject to the provisions of any law made by Parliament..." The RTI Act is clearly a law made by Parliament and covers the Supreme Court squarely as a 'public authority' and all court records as 'information' within its definitions. So when a request for court records in an ongoing case is made under the RTI Act, the RTI Rules must prevail because the Constitution subjects the Court Rules to the RTI Act. Time and again the PIO of the Apex Court has contested this position. A matter relating to access to records on the administrative side of the Apex Court in which I assisted the Appellant has been referred to a full bench of the CIC in May this year. The outcome of a writ petition in the Delhi High Court against the Apex Court- again about information pertaining to the administrative side which Commodore (retd.) Lokesh Batra has filed- is awaited as the judgement has been reserved last week.
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  • abhi987's Avatar
    14 Hours Ago
    > You may file a RTI application addressed to the Public Information Officer (PIO) of the XX Ward, Registrar of Co-operative Societies (where XX is the ward applicable to the locality of the building) and seek the following information: Description of Information Required: 1. Kindly provide a certified photocopy of document wherein has been noted the list of members of the XXXX Co-operative Society Ltd. > For address details of Deputy Registrar's Office, kindly refer to the following link: Address & Jurisdiction of Office of Deputy Registrar Co-operative Societies. > Download Maharashtra RTI Forms from the following link: Maharashtra RTI Forms. > Please note that as per section 39 of the Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act, 1960, every society is supposed keep at its registered address, a list of its members open to inspection for the PUBLIC. Please find section 39 of MCS Act, 1960 quoted below:
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  • harinder dhingra's Avatar
    14 Hours Ago
    Entirely agree with Learned Mr. Koteswara Sir and as you are very learned and to top it with your experience with BSNL, you are in a better position to guide us as how to proceed further to bell the Cat. We need to work on this either through RTI or through Complaints to the Government or by both routes. Do guide us Sir, harinder dhingra
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  • karira's Avatar
    14 Hours Ago
    The UP Government has issued an advertisement for the post of CIC and one IC in the UPSIC. The notification and application format is attached to this post.
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  • akhilesh yadav's Avatar
    15 Hours Ago
    NEW DELHI: The government today put on hold the appointment of new chief of Central Information Commission (CIC) due to the absence of the Leader of the opposition (LoP) in the selection committee leaving the transparency watchdog headless for the first time since its inception in 2005. Read more at: Government puts on hold new Central Information Commission chief's appointment in absence of LoP - The Economic Times
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  • akhilesh yadav's Avatar
    16 Hours Ago
    Varanasi: A group of RTI activists, members of social organisations and old students of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) staged a demonstration and sit-in at the main gate of BHU here on Friday in protest against alleged financial irregularities being committed by the university authorities and prevailing corruption on the campus. Social activist and Magsaysay awardee Sandeep Pandey also joined the protest. Read at: Demonstration at BHU campus against corruption - The Times of India
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  • akhilesh yadav's Avatar
    16 Hours Ago
    आलोक शर्मा, कानपुर। आम आदमी को दिए गए आरटीआई के हथियार को अधिकारी कमजोर करने में जुटे हैं। कहीं घोटालों का राजफाश न हो जाए इसलिए तरह-तरह के हथकंडे अपनाए जा रहे हैं। एक सूचना के जवाब में तो अखबारों की रद्दी का पार्सल भेज दिया गया है। - See more at: Newspaper Junk has been sent in responce to RTI 167247
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  • akhilesh yadav's Avatar
    16 Hours Ago
    MADURAI: Transport, revenue and health departments in Madurai district are becoming increasingly cagey about answering RTI queries, say activists. They say that officials come up with various excuses for denying information. Activists ask that the State Information Commission should crack the whip on erring officials. Read at: Officials find excuses to deny RTI requests - The Times of India
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  • akhilesh yadav's Avatar
    16 Hours Ago
    NEW DELHI: With more and more people using the Right To Information Act to ensure government redresses their grievances, a set of new entrepreneurs have emerged to tap the market by starting ventures that help RTI applicants to file applications and also follow it up. Read more at: A set of new entrepreneurs launches business ventures to help RTI applicants - The Economic Times
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  • harinder dhingra's Avatar
    19 Hours Ago
    The application made by learned Mr Peter is good enough to know the other party (read BSNL) story. Harinder Dhingra Sent from my GT-I9300 using RTI INDIA mobile app
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  • harinder dhingra's Avatar
    19 Hours Ago
    Entirely agree with you Learned Mr G L N PRASAD Sir, Harinder dhingra Sent from my GT-I9300 using RTI INDIA mobile app
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    First track the delivery status through India Post, or get confirmation of the delivery. Then file RTI Application seeking information on status of those letters. APIC was shifted at "Samachara Hakku Bhavan, old ACB office, Mojamjahi Market, Hyderabad.
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    There was misunderstanding Mr.Dhingra, from the beginning, I am always advising members to mention one or two sentences of essence/relevant solution, as many may not opt to open the links due to time constraints and downloading problems. This is nothing to do with discrimination and only easy way that members can open the links that are useful to them depending on the essence.
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  • harinder dhingra's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Learned Mr G L N Prasad Sir, Please appreciate that lessor mortals like undersigned do not have that kind of expertise and calibre which Experts like Hon'ble C H Karira & Hon'ble Mr G L N Prasad do possess and that is why we look forward for guidance from you which you like to call "Spoon Feeding". Thank You Experts for being there for all of us. harinder dhingra
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Kindly send a private message to Mr.Kiran and attach your arguments and Mr.Rajamanohar's arguments (after getting it from him-as he is also interested in attending hearing on that day), as Mr.Kiran is staying far away from Delhi, and can not travel, let us help what best we can through this forum as his one man struggle is exemplary and inspired several RTI Applicants. (Actually it is your forte Mr.SKM, but I over stepped, as there was no response for two days from you, undoubtedly you are pioneer)
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Yes. I feel that one must seek Pollution Control Board permission/approval, depending on a recent exposure at Vizag Port on a Coal Tar storage on open site, creating health hazards. Or Just file Application before PCB seeking information on the prescribed procedure for obtaining permissions/approvals for storing of.....chemicals in whare houses. If they there is no such guidelines,get it framed and store and if they object, they prescribe procedure, follow it scrupulously to avoid further risks on your business and to public.
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    You can file RTI Application seeking same information from Public Authority who is refunding/reimbursing such fees. Please search website for format of RTI Application and fees. This forum serves on all india basis, and many members are not aware of these state specific categories etc., You can get any information from State Govt., through RTI maximum within 30 days, and you can also seek copies of such circulars/directives/guidelines also that stipulates that refunds for category 1 (I myself do not know what is this category 1, but I presume that information is from State Govt.,)
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    RTI Application costs nothing. Just try and file RTI Application before the concerned Public Authority seeking specific reasons for delay in issuing patta, objections if any informed earlier, prescribed time frame for issuing patta, and present status. Apply as per TN Rules and regulations. Wait for a month, certainly you will get a patta certificate now.
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  • G.L.N. Prasad's Avatar
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    Consider personal hearing on economical aspects and importance of information. If it is from a distant FAA, always file Written submissions well in advance and pray for deciding on merits. Now, it has become a habit to FAA's staying in Capital cities to ask appellant's to come up for personal hearing (But the opportunity is not being given to local applicants), so as to show to ICs that they are sincere. (This inspection and personal hearing are some tricks some of PIOs are adopting recently)
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