सड़क निर्माण में भ्रष्टाचार ना हो और पारदर्शिता के लिए आप चाहे तो निर्माण स्थल से #RTI के तहत निर्माण कार्य का सैंपल लेकर लैब में टेस्टिंग के लिए दे सकते है। http://rtiindia.org
It was noticed that many of our members want to help others in the forum. To ease this, we have introduced a new feature from the top menu called 'Unanswered Threads' as seen below
You can search for unanswered threads which has been posted from your last visit, or at all time or by filtering through specific time like last one day, last 7 days etc. Once you click one of the menu, it shall present to you the threads and questions which have been posted but not yet replied.
But be fast,
Starting today we have introduced a new feature over forum. You can quickly view the thread discussion few words and see if you want to open it and read the content. If the matter is not of your interest, you can hop to next one and simply keep the pointer over the thread title.
The screenshot is attached here:
All you need to do is to open any forum, and see the list of threads (as shown in the screenshot above). Take your mouse pointer to the thread title and hold for 2 seconds w
We detailed in our #RTIwiki "Why You Should Start a New Thread" informing that a thread has some unique features:
A thread starter is usually the owner of the topic.
A thread has certain direction and a purpose which is usually guided by the 1st post in the thread.
A thread can be subscribed by the users who finds it important or interesting.
Usually a poster inside the thread has subscription enabled so that he easily gets the email informing that there has been a new post i
Starting today we have introduced a block on our website to show what people are saying about Right to Information. We shall try to capture such information from social media and put it there. Here is the screenshot of it:
The idea is to bring about good caption, important statements and interesting quotes to our community. Stay tuned
Many a time a user while reading a thread content gets an idea to start a new discussion. But not knowing where and how to post a new thread, ends up into posting into other's thread topic. We call it as thread hijacking and our team are full time involved in protecting the thread starter topic. You may like to read our wiki article here: about:posting-at-other-threads [RTI Wiki]
In order to facilitate easy access for creating new threads at RTI INDIA, we have now new thread button while you
Just to add emotions to our RTI portal we have not revamped our Smilies and replaced by bigger, better and expressive emotes. Here are they:
to show smile
to Show Surprise
to show Upset
to show Pleased
to show blessed
to show Frown
to show confused
to show EEK
to show mad
to show Cool
to show Stick out Tongue
to show wink
to show big grin
to show Embarrassment
to show sad
:rolleyes: to sho
Today I decided to add a lot of post icons as they were getting highly popular. The post icons help in the expression of the post being made and attracts attention faster than other posts.
You are free to use the many post icons we got from our friend. I am posting how these small yet powerful post icons of 16 x 16 sized post icons transforms our site.
RTI has been revealing a lot around this world and most of the items have been shocking to hear. To appropriately express the shock on RTI news, we have introduced 'Express Shock' in RTI News Forum.
See the screenshot below:
Once you click on to it it shall show your name along with rest of the people who have expressed the shock on reading the post. You can also 'Remove the Shock' too from the post.
And from the side bar you can see the Recent people who have g
OK Are you feeling lazy to update your Avatar, the picture of yours that appear in your posts? We have just now uploaded pre-defined, funny and interesting set of Avatars for you to use.
All you need to do is to go to you settings from the top menu here:
And then go to: Settings > edit Avatar as seen in your settings :
The direct link to go to changing the avatar is this: http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/profile.php?do=editavatar
Go to the bottom and find the list o
We have introduced social sharing feature over our website on the RTI forums. As our forums are highly popular segment, many people want to share the important and helpful post with their friends over social network. Earlier they used the 'email this' feature, but slowly it has lost the relevance as most of the friends are already on social network like Facebook, twitter etc.
With every post you shall see small Social icons as shown in the screenshot below:
If you’re a RTI INDIA novice, hashtags — those short links preceded by the pound sign (#) — may seem confusing and unnecessary. But they are integral to the way we communicate online both at RTI INDIA as well as on other social media like twitter, facebook, Instagram e.t.c., and it’s important to know how to use them. Plus, they can be a lot of fun.
On RTI INDIA, the pound sign (or hash) turns any word or group of words that directly follow it into a searchable link. This allows you to organ
Welcome to new Social RTI- designed to provide exciting possibilities for proactively engaging, knowledge-sharing and collaborating with other RTI professionals. Here we introduce User Tagging, an advance form of Tagging system which you usually see in social networking sites like Facebook and twitter and we hope that it is useful and effective in our efforts of promoting a more integrated Social Networking atmosphere for RTI community.
When you tag someone, you create a link to their Timeli
On this page are weblinks to constitutional provisions, laws, draft laws and regulations which are relevant to the right to information.
Official Secret Act, 1923: [ATTACH]3815[/ATTACH]
Constitution of India, Article 19(1) [ATTACH]3816[/ATTACH]
Public Records Act (official source)
The Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, [ATTACH]3818[/ATTACH]
Inclusion in the list on this page does not reflect any assessment that the cited provisions in law or fact guarantee or implement a righ
Enactment of RTI ACT 2005 became the first recorded instance of participatory Law Making in India. In 1996 National Campaign for People's Right to Information (NCPRI) prepared the first ever civil society draft of the right to information (RTI). NAC (National Advisory Council) was setup in 2004 as an interface between civil society and the government.
Within 3 months of the 2004 elections, the NCPRI submitted its recommendations to the NAC on the RTI Draft Bill, which in turu endorsed m
With the coming into force in toto of the Right to Information Act, 2005 on 12th October, 2005, the Department of Posts has the responsibility to implement the Act after a decision taken by the Prime Minister of India that the Department of Posts should provide its services to the whole of Central Government as a collection point for request for information under the Act by designating its CAPIOs as CAPIOs for the entire Central Government.
2. The Department has already designated C
We recently introduced RTI INDIA facebook connect and created Facebook application. Today RTI INDIA application has been approved in the Directory listing of Facebook application. The application is listed here:
We thank you all who had used Facebook connect option for RTI INDIA.
We have introduced Tweetboard - micro-forum cum chat for RTI INDIA website. It pulls Twitter stream in near real-time (max 1 min delay), reformatting tweets into threaded conversations with unlimited nesting. Conversations that spun off the original conversation are also threaded in-line, giving RTI INDIA visitors full perspective of what's being discussed.
Tweetboard is also a powerful viral tool, a link back to the corresponding conversation is appended to your tweet, creating a
In a major shift of displaying the number of users at the website, we have stopped showing the total number of users, instead we have started showing Actual number of verified members only.
For the statistics sake we might have 170000 members who have registered but only 123000 members have actually verified their account.
The idea is to show only the verified members.
Let me bring together all the channels we are available in the net and the upcoming channel access.
Main Website: http://www.rtiindia.org
Facebook: Become Fan of RTI INDIA at Facebook
Twitter: Follow us at Twitter
YouTube: Visit our RTI INDIA Video Channel
RSS: View our Main Site RSS Feed
Our iOS Mobile Application
Our Android Mobile Application
Our Google Plus Page
Our LinkedIn Page
Why is verification important?
Let people know it's really you. Your profile badge will be upgraded to Verified so that others know that your comments are truly from you.
No impersonators! Verifying your email prevents others from using your email address when posting on sites using Disqus Comments.
Your comments won't get stuck. With a verified profile, your comments will be less likely to get stuck in moderation or in the spam filter.
I receive many useful email forwards from Activists and others which naturally I cannot post it at the website due to many reasons primarily being formatting and filtering of the content.
However, I have found an easy way out for all those emails carrying information regarding RTI.
Please visit our email community blog here:
The methodology is simple:
1. You simply forward any email content carrying information about Right to Information.
2. I ma
What better time to celebrate our 10000 strong member community than on the month of September when we started RTI India Portal.
Today on 4th September 2008, RTI India has crossed 10000 registered members. I am thankful to all those who had joined, participated, asked and took the lead in making sure that Right to Information means a success.