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  1. Kindly do not worry about the exemptions at the stage of filing a RTI application.

    Kindly do not worry about the exemptions at the stage of filing a RTI application, as reasoned below:

    As per section 7(1): A PIO is supposed to either provide the information on payment of such fee as may be prescribed or reject the request for any of the reasons specified in sections 8
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    Updated 23-07-15 at 09:52 AM by Sunil Ahya

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  2. PIO Acts that makes you hate RTI ACT

    How many times have you been asked to inspect the document when you have never requested? Ideally if the you have not applied for inspection of document and the information requested is not voluminous, PIO should not ask the applicant to come for inspection of document.

    PIO Acts that makes ...
  3. Four Biggest Mistakes you can avoid in your RTI Application



    The Right to Information Act 2005 empowers every citizen to ask for information from Government Organisations. This information can be about your own personal case or more complex Government Policy. The ...
  4. a Complaint and an Appeal

    When to file a Complaint
    18 (1) Subject to the provisions of this Act, it shall be the duty of the Central Information Commission or State Information Commission, as the case may be, to receive and inquire into a complaint from any person, -
    a. who has been unable to submit a request ...

    Updated 27-06-15 at 12:28 AM by D.T.RATHAVA

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  5. Landmark Decisions of CIC

    My Collection
    Landmark Decisions of CIC
    ( For Guidance ONLY )

    It has been observed that many information seekers as well as officers/staff are approaching RTI cell for clarification guidance on the various aspect of the RTI ...

    Updated 27-07-15 at 11:57 AM by D.T.RATHAVA

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    Guide to RTI
  6. Delay in electricity connection - how to file rti application.

  7. ‘fiduciary’ and ‘fiduciary relationship’

    part …2
    “There is a technical distinction between a ‘fiducial relation’ which is
    more correctly applicable to legal relationships between parties, such as
    guardian and ward, administrator and heirs, and other similar
    relationships, and ‘confidential relation’ which includes ...
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  8. fiduciary’ and ‘fiduciary relationship’

    PART 1
    fiduciarrelationship’ thus:
    “A relationship in which one person is under a duty to act for the benefit
    of the other on matters within the scope of the relationship. Fiduciary
    relationships – such as
    trustee-beneficiary, guardian-ward,
    agent-principal, ...
  9. RTI Complaint or RTI Second Appeal Which is more effective

    RTI Complaint or RTI Second Appeal
    Which is more effective

    RTI Appellants can use Section 18 to improve their chances of getting Public Information Officers (PIOs) penalized by sacrificing their demand for getting the requested information. A strictly legal interpretation of this ...
  10. RTI and Third Party Information

    RTI and Third Party Information: What Constitutes the Private and Public?
    The passing of the Right to Information Act, 2005 was seen as giving an empowering tool in the hands of the citizens of India, six years post its implementation, loopholes have surfaced with misuse of the many fundamental ...
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