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  1. Enclosed herewith this post an attached file containing the instructions given by the Department of Posts not to insist the identity of complainant while dispatching the complaint by speed / registered post. Department of Posts - Non Disclosure of the Identity of complainant under PIDPI.pdf
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  2. Enclosed herewith this post the order of the Supreme court of India extending the limitation period for filing applications before any tribunal under any law for the time being in force, until further orders. This judgment can be used by RTI appellants for filing first appeals and second appeals before the First Appellate authority and the Information Commission, in case the RTI appellants have missed the deadline for filing appeals as stipulated under the provisions of RTI Act. Apex_court_-_Limitation_period_with_respect_to_all_judicial_and_quasi-judicial_proceedings_extended_until_f
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  3. First contact his wife and seek such evidence of Wedding card, photographs and whether marriage was registered. You can also check for their ration card/voter card/Bank account/AADHAR details if you have finally decided to file a case for cheating. Infact you want remedy. It is your duty to file such complaint to Police providing the name of first wife, and it is their duty to investigate the case and book him by collecting all such evidence. Do not waste time thinking that you have to collect all such evidence. The resources with individuals are very less when compared with profe
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  4. Enclosed herewith this post the direction given by SBI for performing KYC through Email and Post. Those users of RTI who are facing problem of suspension of their SBI account due to non-submission of KYC documents in person, can use the document enclosed in this post and by referring the same in their RTI application can get their KYC done through Email / Post. SBI Direction related to KYC through Email and by Post.pdf
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  5. If a thread is opened on one issue EX: Time frame for second appeal, member should continue posting in the same thread for continuity. Opening fresh thread on continued queries on single issue brings confusion and wastage of space. Please avoid. Moderators have to take the trouble of clubbing all the posts relevant to one thread which is time consuming. ............... Presuming that the query was going for second appeal against non receipt/unsatisfactory orders of FAA, the Stipulation was as follows: Sec.19 (3) A second appeal against the decision under sub section (
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  6. You may file a first appeal on the following ground: Grounds of First Appeal: 1. I had requested for the following information vide point no. 12 of the RTI application. The same is reproduced below: "Inform me the name, designation and current posting address of officers and subordinate staff who verified the parameters of the construction of the building specifically with respect to permissible FSI, Floor plan and structural strength of the existing building." The PIO has replied stating that the said request does not fall under the definition of information as given under
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  7. You may write back to FAA requesting him to conduct the first appeal proceedings through video conferencing, by enclosing the Maharashtra Govt. Circular issued on the directions of Bombay High Court's decision in a Public Interest Litigation (PIL). However, please note that the said circular is applicable only Maharashtra Govt. Public Authorities and not to Central Govt. Public Authorities. But having said that, you can always try and humbly request on the basis of the said Circular. A copy the said Circular is attached herewith this post. Mah Govt Circular on Video Conferencing.p
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  8. The mention of "Petition filed under Whistle Blower's Protection Act" on envelope is sufficient. It is applicable to those complainants who wish to protect themselves against such invasion on privacy or harassment by the authority against whom the complaint was made and to be more specific larger public interest complaints to Central Vigilance Commission.
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  9. Yes. Seeking a mere number is not invasion on privacy of individuals. The only possibility is you can get that information from Public Authorities and not from those running by voluntary agencies. Though private institutions are not within ambit of RTI Act, the presumption is that those agencies may also get covered if they are receiving some kind of financial institutions. So first identify the custodian of the information. There is larger public interest involved as the data may help Govt in formulating policies are opening more de -addiction centers.
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  10. Enclosed herewith the judgment of the Supreme Court of India, dismissing the applications filed by SBI and other private banks seeking the review / recall of the judgment of the Supreme Court in Reserve Bank of India v.Jayantilal N. Mistry - (2016) 3 SCC 525 - Emphasizing transparency in the functioning of RBI. Apex court - Dismisses Banks' Application To Recall Judgment Which Directed RBI To Disclose Loan Defaulters List, Inspection Reports Under RTI.pdf
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  11. There are no restrictions / bars for citizen in seeking information from public authorities under RTI Act. A citizen as a right can seek any information. It is the statutory obligation of PIO either to provide the information or deny stating such exemption with justification within 30 days under RTI Act. The applicant can go for first appeal against denial/unsatisfactory reply of PIO to his superior in the same public authority designated as First Appellate Authority, stating that the exemption applied is not justified. If not satisfied with FAA there is another option to go fo
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  12. Please refer to section 19(3) of the RTI Act, the same is reproduced below:
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  13. Honestly, I feel that an applicant should not teach PIO his statutory obligation. There is only one section applicable to PIOs that states all his obligations, provide information, or deny information or endorse/transfer application to custodian. After 16 years, the presumption is that PIOs are aware of this obligation.
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  14. When occupation certificate is not being given by CMDA, there must be some other custodian of that information. First get confirmation on custodian of the information and then seek copy of such inspection /recommended reports for giving occupancy certificate from that public authority.
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  15. RTI is not a remedy. In important issues like land grab, immediate action is required. Contact a local advocate and explore such possibilities as expeditiously as possible. If you want fundamental knowledge search in google with key words "Dissolution of trust"
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  16. CIC decision was later overruled by Delhi HC. A simple sentence for condoning the delay is sufficient. This is just a formality . In the prayer just add one sentence. No need for using "Information as expeditiously as possible" "Free of cost". Applicant wants information ,the possibiity of getting it is highly improbable. If information is provided to day or tomorrow (investigation takes minimum 6 months). Pay Rs.2/- per page which is not too much. When you are delaying the first appeal, your prayer is for condoning and when CPIO makes a delay, you wanted free of cost !!! Be Fair
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  17. Let us admit that to get such information is very difficult . There are CIC decisions that a complainant is entitled to get information on such status. Now that you have commenced a process and unfortunately those facing such harassment of dowry cases are not getting justice and becoming victims of threats. Delhi High court judgment states that such information must be obtained through process of court. CIC decisions and other court judgments rule in favour of wives alone ruling that claiming maintenance is vital for living and larger public interest is involved. Your TEP was
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  18. You may file a RTI application addressed to the Public Information Officer (PIO) of the concerned Registrar of Marriage in your locality. Kindly check for the RTI Rules applicable to your particular State.
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  19. Ground of First Appeal: 1. With respect to the information requested vide point no. 1 of the RTI Application and the PIO's denial with respect to the same, the Appellant humbly submits as under: The FAA's attention is drawn towards the definition of information as given under section 2(f) of the RTI Act, which is as follows (underline emphasis added): Quote: (f) "information" means any material in any form, including records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press releases, circulars, orders, logbooks, contracts, reports, papers, samples, models, data material
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  20. GROUNDS OF FIRST APPEAL: 1. The PIO has declined information against point no. XX of the RTI application by merely quoting the exemption to information under section 8(1)(j) of the RTI Act, 2005 without giving meaningful justification for arriving at that reason for denial. This is against letter and spirit of RTI Act. Please find the following persuasive precedents wherein the concerned authorities have ruled that merely quoting the bare clause of the Act does not imply that the reasons have been given: DECISIONS OF THE CENTRAL INFORMATION COMMISSION (CIC) IN THIS REGARD:
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  21. PIO has misinterpreted the clause and the meaning is when a law mandates a disclosure, it should be disclosed. Under RTI Act, any citizen can seek such information that is not exempted under RTI Act. PIO must have stated such section and sub section under RTI with such exemption as per RTI Act and CGST Act section is not material to deny information. It is not clear as to who is seeking such information, and the relationship with the tax payer and whether PIO has sought comments from that organization if it is a personal information. If the applicant wants to overcome exemptions, it is
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  22. Also in the first appeal mention section 158(3)(h) of the CGST Act, which states that - (h) any particulars when such disclosure is occasioned by the lawful exercise by a public servant or any other statutory authority, of his or its powers under any law for the time being in force. The above mentioned section enables the PIO to provide information under RTI Act, 2005 which are other wise not exempted u/ss 8(1),9 of the said act.
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  23. File second appeal before State Information commission as per format. Brief Facts: Appellant sought information from SPIO vide his application dt................., there is no response for more than ...days from receipt of application. Self attested copy of Application with service proof enclosed Page 2 First appeal was filed against SPIO dt.......and FAA has failed to take any action to deliver his orders against deemed denial of information by SPIO for......days. Self attested copy of First appeal with service proof enclosed Page 3 Grounds of Appeal "Deemed Denial" of
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  24. dear friends. with the help and support of many of you,I could ensure a due pension to around 3200 ex Indian Naval sailors. Around 100 RTI applications,40 first appeals and 5 second appeals,during the period since 2012. I could dig out copies of orders of the GOI as old as 1976. Finally all these materials were used for our legal fight before the honorable supreme court. Even though,the SC had given a favorable judgment in 2016,the actual payment of pension has started only in 2019. The concerned authorities had diluted the SC orders in this regards, and not paid the due entitlements
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  25. Respected sir/madam, where can i requirement a copy of the MOD LETTER NO. 25098/XIII/AG/PS5(B)964/S/D(AG-II) AND NO 25098/XIII/AG/PS5(B)961/S/D(AG-II) BOTH DATED 15 JUN 1964 AND LETTER NO 25098/XIII/AG/PS5(B)/1805/D(AG-II) DATED 25 TH APR 1967 PLS SIR SEND EMAIL ADDRESS. VERY VERY THANKS SIR - - - Updated - - - Respected sir/madam, where can i requirement a copy of the MOD LETTER NO. 25098/XIII/AG/PS5(B)964/S/D(AG-II) AND NO 25098/XIII/AG/PS5(B)961/S/D(AG-II) BOTH DATED 15 JUN 1964 AND LETTER NO 25098/XI
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    • Some of you -- at least CJ Karira, who helped me years ago in one crucial step, getting SEBI to acknowledge its own circular! -- know of a 15-year quest among desi academics to get SEBI to release its stale masked FII data for academic research. At one point years ago a parliamentary query by Shyam Benegal, then Rajya Sabha MP, sought the release of this data for academic research. He then made a subsequent RTI query asking what had done about his complaint about the terrible answer he got to his parliamentary question. We thought we had succeeded when in response to that SEBI did put in public domain that FII data and promised to update. And to  their credit, they did update it from time to time, even if a bit fitfully. But thanks to a question by a curious IIT-Madras undergrad, we realized that what SEBI gave with one hand they took away with another. While the idea was that the FII IDs would be masked to preserve privacy, without telling anyone, SEBI changed the masks each month, drastically reducing the value for academic research (since you can't even tell how many distinct FIIs are there in the data base, and whether anyone traded over time). It also caused mistakes in academic research since no one imagined that SEBI would use changing masks, when no other regulator or exchange on the planet does so.

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