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  1. The steps are Talk to the Public Grievance Manager of Bank Talk to Bank Manager Talk to Area Manager File a written request and a complaint at the same bank Use RTI to know your complaint status
  2. With in how many days i can file second appeal?

    Why don't you read the full details about second appeal here https://righttoinformation.wiki/guide/applicant/second-appeal/cic
  3. It is really a sorry state. You need to come back and take charge of the matter. You can't expect to solve it legally or online. These are the matter best resolved between the parties if not in the court. Indeed RTI is of no help in this
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    In a landmark judgement delivered in Asian Resurfacing Road Agency Vs CBI Criminal appeal No 1375 and 1376 of 2013, the Supreme Court has held that all stays granted by ANY court in ANY matter (Civil / Criminal) shall lapse automatically after 6 months, unless the concerned court extends it by a speaking order. The Court has also held that where a party produces such a stay before the Trial Court, the Trial Court can automatically fix a date after six months and resume hearing pending fresh extension of stay after that period.
  5. It will be difficult for you to get this information from Private Airlines as they are not covered under Right to Information Act. Of course you can attempt by filing an RTI to Civil Aviation Ministry by lodging RTI on https://rtionline.gov.in/ The procedure is self-explanatory while you file online RTI. The Act can be read here https://rtiindia.org/act/rti-act/. Happy RTIng
  6. The RTI query, sent to the Ministry of Finance, sought details on individual exposure of various PSBs to corporate borrowers. The questions that were asked in the RTI query sought information on the loans given to the Reliance Industries, Adani Group, GVK Group, GMR and Jaypee Group. The RTI was first directed to the Finance Ministry, which then forwarded the RTI request to various banks asking them to provide the information. The RTI had questions on the money loaned to big industrial houses by government-run banks. However, all public sector banks except Andhra Bank and Allahabad Bank have refused to divulge information citing either the 'personal nature' of questions or how they don't fit under the provisions of the RTI Act. In their reply to the RTI query, the banks have said that the information available with banks under "fiduciary relationship" is exempted from disclosure. Read about: Fiduciary Relationship under RTI While Andhra Bank and Allahabad Bank have disclosed the loans given to big corporates, all other lenders refused to do so. Banks which did not disclose any detail in their reply to the RTI query include State Bank of India (SBI), Bank of Maharashtra, Corporation Bank, Indian Bank, Canara Bank, UCO Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Central Bank of India, Bank of India and Syndicate Bank. Earlier this month, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley informed the Rajya Sabha that loans worth Rs 81,683 crore were written-off by public sector banks (PSBs) in 2016-17. Country's largest public sector lender, the SBI, said, "The information sought by you under point number three to eight is the third party personal information held by the bank in a fiduciary capacity, the disclosure of which is not warranted for any larger public interest and as such is exempted from disclosure."
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    Upper Ceiling For RTI Fee for application fixed for Rs.50/- and photocopy charges for Rs.5/- Supreme Court Stated that The first objection of the petitioners was that the charges for the application fee and per page charges for the information supplied should be reasonable.
  8. The Supreme Court fixed on Tuesday an upper limit of Rs 50 as application fee that government authorities can charge those seeking information under the right to information (RTI) act, the country’s transparency law. Also, a bench of justices AK Goel and UU Lalit said public authorities cannot ask for more than Rs 5 for each page as photocopying charge, and an applicant need not mention the “motive” while filling out the application form. The order came on petitions challenging high fees set by different public bodies, including high courts and state assemblies. The decision can be downloaded from here:
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    Judicial functions of the Supreme Court is not covered under the RTI Act the remedy available to such a party is to challenge the same by a legally permissible mode.
  10. A biennial study conducted by Satark Nagrik Sangathan and Centre for Equity Studies has revealed a grim picture of RTI Act implementation with waiting time at information commissions running in years and commissions in several states becoming non-functional owing to unfilled vacancies. The study has found that if an RTI appeal were to be filed in West Bengal state information commission on November 1, 2017, it would be disposed of in 2060 – after 43 years. In Kerala, it would take six years six months and Odisha 5 years 3 months. The main reason for such a long waiting time is the reduced number of information commissioners that commissions are working with. The report has brought out, what it calls a “concerning trend”. The information commissions, which are the last resort for the common man to complain against wrongful denial of information, are increasingly returning cases. The highest number of cases have been returned by CIC, followed by Gujarat, Assam and Uttarakhand.
  11. On Tuesday, March 20 this year, unknown assailants killed Right to Information activist Poipynhun Majaw in Meghalaya, making it the first RTI related death in the Meghalaya. This marked the 68th death of RTI activists across the country since the Right to Information was first passed. Perhaps nothing can capture this case better than that of Nanjibhai Sondarva, who, on the 9th of March was allegedly clubbed to death by 6 people in Manekvada village, Gujarat soon after filing an RTI application demanding fiscal transparency about the road construction in his village. Police said the body of Poipynhun Majaw, the president of Jaintia Youth Federation (JYF), was found on Rymbai Road near Khliehriat, the headquarters of East Jaintia Hills district bordering Bangladesh and a prime mining area in the State. “We found wounds on his head probably caused by a heavy iron object. This looks like a case of murder, but we are waiting for the post-mortem report to find the culprits and uncover the motive behind the murder,” Nazarius Lamare, the district’s Superintendent of Police told The Hindu. Rights activists say they suspect the 38-year-old Mr Majaw could have paid the price for exposing a nexus between heads of the Jaintia Hills Autonomous District Council (JHADC) and cement companies that were allegedly allowed to mine limestone without permission. Read the Source
  12. Non issuance of New Voter Id card

    Unfortunately, you have not approached the appropriate forum for issues regarding Voter ID card. First, call up 1950 or 1800111950 and ask for the status and then lodge a complaint at the Call Centre of ECI. Secondly, meet up the ERO (Electoral Roll Officer) who is incharge of issuing the Voter ID card. Take an appointment and explain to him Thirdly, if you are un-heard then contact the Chief Electoral officer of Delhi. You can write to him at ceo_delhi@eci.gov.in Fourthly, use an RTI to find out everything. The problem with the system is the new introduction of a centralised voter ID system called ERONET. The states are protesting as all their Agency hired by them have become defunct and the whole system is online. Be assured that you will get the response and your Voter ID for sure.
  13. You should obtain the certified copies under #RTI first.
  14. As can be seen from the website of biharonline.gov.in there is an option for viewing First Appeal. But yes, I too could not find the option to file appeal. Why don't you contact at these address GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT OLD SECRETARIAT,PATNA Email Id: secy-par-bih@nic.in, as-par-bih@nic.in URL: www.personnel.bih.nic.in BIHAR STATE ELECTRONICS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD. BELTRON BHAWAN, SHASHTRI NAGAR, PATNA , BIHAR PIN CODE-800023 Contact No. 0612-2281856, 0612-2281857 Fax No. 0612-2281857 Email Id - bsedc@beltron.in URL: www.beltron.in
  15. The simplest way is go to this website https://www.ugc.ac.in/privatuniversity.aspx: Private University https://www.ugc.ac.in/stateuniversity.aspx: State University And search for the name of the university. I am attaching the list published by UGC State University as on 06-10-2017.pdf Private University Consolidated List Private Universities as on 06.10.2017.pdf State 12(B) as on 06-10-2017.pdf

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