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MANOJ B. PATEL last won the day on March 10 2016

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    Devotion of God, shrimad Bhagavat, shrimad Bhagavad Gita, Vshnusahashtar Naam, Chanting of Mahamantr
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  1. Ration card pending

    Dear member, you are replied by Mr. Prasad.
  2. private junior colleges

    Yes. It is under ambit of RTI Act.
  3. How to file RTI

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  4. Taking into custody a senior citizen

    Send a copy of complaint to the concerned SP / DCP.
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  6. 10 years for rtiindia.org -today is our birthday!!

    Happy anniversary to RTI INDIA.
  7. RTI activist Bhupendra Vira shot dead in Mumbai

    May his soul rest in peace.
  8. New Delhi, Jul 31 () The Central Information Commission has given a split verdict holding information on the basis of which sanction of prosecution was sought by CBI cannot be disclosed as it will prejudicially affect prosecution. Dissenting with the verdict, Information Commissioner Sridhar Acharyulu said basic tenet of criminal justice system tested over a period of time is that an accused should be given every bit of information/evidence and nothing should be heard on his back.Read more at; CIC split verdict on sanction of prosecution info disclosure - Times of India
  9. NASHIK: The city police have sanctioned rewards of over Rs 3 lakh to 1,039 police personnel for good work in the department for last year. The number of recipients is the highest in the last four years as per the information procured from an RTI query. As per the data obtained, 3,495 policemen have been rewarded Rs1,38,405 over the last four years. Read more at; Over 1,000 cops rewarded in 2015: RTI - Times of India
  10. Delhi High Court has sought the Centre's response on a notary's plea challenging Central Information Commission's (CIC) order declaring her to be a deemed Public Information Officer (PIO) and imposing a fine of Rs 25,000 for not furnishing records sought under RTI. Apart from the Centre, Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva also issued notice to the RTI applicant, who had under the Right to Information Act (RTI) sought details of attestations made by the notary from 2008 to 2013, seeking his reply by the next date of hearing on July 13.Read more at; HC seeks Centre's reply on notary's plea against CIC order | Business Standard News
  11. The Tamil Nadu State Information Commission has directed Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore, to pay a compensation of Rs. 10,000 to a candidate who was denied a copy of his answer scripts. The varsity had claimed that the candidate’s answer scripts were “dumped” along with 10 lakh answer scripts and could not be traced. Pointing out that the petitioner had suffered detriment due to the failure of the university to furnish information, State Chief Information Commissioner K. Ramanujam ordered a compensation of Rs. 10,000. He told the authorities to search the 10 lakh answer scripts that were “dumped” and find his papers.Read more at; State CIC cracks the whip on Bharathiyar University - The Hindu
  12. IF the recent murders of the Right to Information (RTI) activist Parasmal Javantraj, and the advocates C. Murugan and Akhilnath, which took place during daytime in Chennai in June are any indication, the practice of hiring professional killers has come to stay in Tamil Nadu. Killing people for a fee has become “a fine art”, with “event managers” choreographing the entire event to the last detail, including sketching the escape routes and providing vehicles to the killers to flee, informed police sources say.Read more at; It is event management now | Frontline
  13. Government organisations in Jammu & Kashmir continue to violate section 4 (1) (b) of J&K RTI Act 2009. This section lays emphasis on voluntary disclosure of information by public authorities. The emphasis on voluntary disclosure is laid in Central RTI Act of 2005 as well. Under both the State and Central RTI Laws public authorities have been directed to make pro-active disclosure of information within 120 days of the enactment of RTI Act. In J&K the existing RTI law (J&K RTI Act 2009) got enacted on March 20th 2009 , and by the end of June 2009 all the public authorities which includes Government departments, Public sector undertakings as well were supposed to digitize all their records so that they could be uploaded on the official websites. More than seven years have elapsed the records are yet to kept in kept in public domain which violates the section 4(1) (b) of RTI Act. Read more at; http://www.dailyexcelsior.com/pios-discourage-rti-applicants/

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