I tried to search for court's or CIC judgements but it is given according to file of appealant's name. i suggest that it should be made key word wise. this way one will be able to find judgements on the required topic.
Excellent ... u guys r great, and if more people in India become so professional like u believe me it would be a happier place to live in.
Thanks for your +ve attitude guys. Keep on doing the good work for the people of India.
Sir I am new here so I am sorry if it is too early to suggest something without going deep into your system.
I feel that there should be some sort of category to view things here, I mean there are plenty of things and topics covered by the RTI, and to make the rulings and judgement easily accessible to the genaral public you should categorise them so that if I want to know about certain law or judgement I should go straight to that category and search instead of spending hours here and asking people who dont know and misguide others, then for the same question which is already asked 100000 times to the concerned office .........I add on to it.
If this makes sense please work on it and let me know, as people would love it to be organised in the Home page itself then they will follow the link from there....... Thanks a lot for your patience.
I know you all are really working hard ... I can see that, thats why I have already congratulated you all when the courts decision things was put together. Great job ... Keep it up.
Popular judgments on RTI can be found on CIC web site. Others can be found at Indian Kanoon - Search engine for India Law
In addition you can add other Judgments as well. E.g Fiduciary duty sec 8(e)
The above site has a google interface for search.
The Court's judgments on RTI is a welcome addition and I am happy that the latest decisions of the Delhi HC are hosted. The judgments are really worth downloading. You may include the judgments of other High Courts also.
As a reader if I want to add to the files, kindly let me know what to do.
I have a request - I was informed that Delhi HC has ruled that the national co-operative organizations would come within the purview of the RTI Act and a new item was published in Times of India (I have not seen the news). If my information is right, can I have the judgment?
Keep up the good work.
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