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NOELM

Hello,

I wanted to file an RTI in the following two banks

1. Central bank of India

2. Corpration bank

 

Q.1 where should I apply..... ... .. .

 

My RTI requests subject is related to ATM cards issued under NPCL platform i.e. RUPAY debit card.

banks do not offer rupay debit cards but as per RBI guidlines every indian nationalised bank must issue it. they have put on their website but no such facility is offered in actual.

 

also I have found that Visa/Master card has certain service charges and huge amount of foreign exchange is shifted from india

 

Rupay debit card: doesn't has any charges if any then very less as per Indian rupees but Visa/Master debit card charge according to US rate.

 

I wanted to file an RTI

 

Q.2 Requesting you to please help me formulate the correct questions that i should ask.

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Hello,

I wanted to file an RTI in the following two banks

1. Central bank of India

2. Corpration bank

 

Q.1 where should I apply.

You will get full address of pio for cb of India in first link

 

https://www.centralbankofindia.co.in/site/MainSite.aspx?status=B1&menu_id=40

 

And in second link you will get list corp bank

http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.corpbank.com/sites/default/files/PIO-271213.pdf&sa=U&ei=74mJVODTNYfZasDKgKgK&ved=0CA0QFjAB&usg=AFQjCNGSbSx2ntmfZTBVWGKvVEjyAPiTHw

 

With due regards.:cool:

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