Bookmark your favourites 03/14/2018Bookmarks is an easy and convenient way to save and bookmark content that you want to find later: Want to save a long topic for later reading? Don't want to lose your spot in an interesting topic? Need to mark something for moderator review? Curious about other people's favorite bookmarks? Bookmarks at RTI INDIA saves you the hassle of rummaging through multiple pages, searching, and navigating to find that one post you wanted to later review. With one click, you can save any post as a bookmark. It offers a convenient way to compile, store, and organize your most favorite posts from around the community into your own set of bookmarks. This is especially helpful for those helping others, so they can refer those important posts, blog, page, thread and post it in the new thread they are replying. FEATURES Bookmarks offers the following features: Public Bookmarks - Public bookmarks are viewable by other members and guests on a tab on the member's profile page. Private Bookmarks - Private bookmarks are viewed only by yourself. This is perfect for the posts you secretly love to return to! Unlimited Bookmarks - Let your users save as many bookmarks as they want! Notifications - The content creator can get a notification when somebody bookmarks his content Bookmarks works with the following content items: Topic Posts Blog Entries Blog Comments Download Files Download Comments Gallery Images Gallery Comments Gallery Albums New Articles FAST & FRIENDLY Bookmarks is designed to be super fast and user-friendly. You can add or remove the bookmark, the bookmark is instantly removed without reloading the page - giving an instant and seamless transition to you. Some Screenshots
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What is the reporting procedure?
Section 25 of the RTI Act 2005 provides that (1) the Central Information Commission or State Information Commission ,as the case may be, shall ,as soon as practicable after the end of each year, prepare a report on the implementation of the provisions of this Act during that year and forward a copy thereof to the appropriate Government.
(2)Each Ministry or Department shall, in relation to the Public Authorities within their jurisdiction, collect and provide such information to the Central Information Commission or State Information Commission ,as the case may be, as is required to prepare the report under this section and comply with the requirements concerning the furnishing of that information and keeping of records for the purposes of this section.
(3)Each report shall state in respect of the year to which the report relates-
(a)The number of request made to each public authority;
(b) The number of decisions where applicants were not entitled to access to the document pursuant to the requests, the provision of this act under which these decisions were made and number of times such provisions were invoked;
(c) The number of appeals referred to the the Central Information Commission or State Information Commission ,as the case may be, for review, the nature of appeals and outcomes of the appeals;
Particulars of any disciplinary action taken against any officer in respect of the administration of this Act;
(e) The amount of charges collected by each public authority under this Act;
(f) Any facts which indicate an effort by the public authorities to administer and implement the spirit and intention of this Act;
(g) Recommendations for reform, including recommendations in respect of particular public authorities, for the development, improvement, modernization, reforms or amendments to this Act or other legislation or common law or any other matter relevant for operationalising the right to access information.