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The orders of the CIC are as under : File No.CIC/SA/A/2014/000004 56. The Commission recommends the Government of India, states and Union Territories, besides the respondent authority in this case, to take necessary steps to enforce the right to information, i.e., forcing the private hospitals to give medical records of the patients on day to day basis, because this daily disclosure will prevent undesirable practices of altering records after damage caused to patient. Forcing the private hospitals to provide daily wise medical records will also act as a check on some hospitals from resorting to extortionist, inhuman and ruthless business of prescribing unnecessary diagnostic tests, unnecessary surgical operations, caesarean deliveries, unwarranted angioplasties, inserting stents, without need, or of substandard nature, or putting low quality stent while collecting price of high quality stent, and several such malpractices amounting to medical terrorism, etc. They should not be allowed to such malpractices with all impunity and get away without any legal consequences as if there is an absolute immunity. The Government, Medical Council of India and the health regulatory has to see that licence to practice medicine will not become licence to kill and extort and come to the rescue of helpless patients. CIC_SA_A_2014_000004_T_151517.pdf
Srinagar: J&K RTI movement observed RTI Day across the state on Friday with much fervor and passion. A spokesperson of the Movement said, “On its 6th anniversary large number of RTI Activists participated in a programme which was held at it's Headquarters in Srinagar. Apart from discussing success stories and changes RTI Act has brought in J & K, the programme was meant to create awareness among general public especially people from rural areas. Grass root level activists associated with the Movement discussed various challenges they face while filing the RTI applications and their solution.” Read more at: RTI Day observed in Kashmir | Kashmir Observer
discussions: India to Hold Global Meet in China on UN's First Yoga Day K J M VARMA | BEIJING | MAR 18, 2015 P
MANOJ B. PATEL posted a topic in Off TopicIndia to Hold Global Meet in China on UN's First Yoga Day K J M VARMA | BEIJING | MAR 18, 2015 *********************************************** Showcasing its soft power, India will hold one of the biggest global Yoga meets in China to celebrate the UN's first "International Day of Yoga". Over 10,000 Yoga enthusiasts are expected to take part in the Yoga meet being organised in Dujiangyan in Chengdu, China's Sichuan province from June 17 to 21, K Nagaraju Naidu, Consul General of the Indian Consulate in Guangzhou told PTI. China was one of the 170 countries voted for the UN Yoga Day proposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year. Yoga, India's age old physical, mental and spiritual has become immensely popular over the years in China, which has also promoted it more like a physical exercise. The Yoga event will also feature India's Ayurvedic medicine being promoted by the Department of Ayurveda, Yoga Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH). The event being organised in coordination with the China's southwest Sichuan provincial government. Reputed yoga teachers from famous institutions like K Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute, Mysore, Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram, Chennai, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, Indea Yoga, Mysore, Sivananda Yoga, Kerala and Isha Hatha Yoga, Coimbatore will take part in the training sessions and workshops. The four-day event will be telecast live by Sichuan TV and Chengdu TV. Over 10 television Channels and 20 print media agencies will be working with the Consulate to promote the Yoga festival in Dujiangyan, Naidu said. A similar event held last year at another Chinese picturesque city Dali attracted a very good response from all over China. China has emerged as the fastest growing market for Yoga in recent years with all most cities having Yoga centres, Naidu said. In recent years, large number of Chinese started showing more interest in pure Yoga forms from India and increasingly sought guidance of famous Indian Yoga teachers and institutions, he said. Books of renowned Yoga guru B K S Iyengar have been translated into Chinese and circulated widely all over China. Yoga and Aryurvedic travel circuits from states like Karnataka and Kerala have also become popular destinations for Chinese tourists, Naidu said. UN General Assembly adopted an India-led resolution declaring June 21 as 'International Day of Yoga', recognising that "Yoga provides a holistic approach to health and well-being."
[h=1]Web traffic to government website topped on PM Narendra Modi's Madison Square Garden speech day[/h] NEW DELHI: Traffic to the Modi Government's showpiece website -- mygov.in -- hit an all-time high of nearly 10 lakh hits on the day Narendra Modi was on his maiden trip to USA as the Prime Minister last September and gave a rockstar address at the Madison Square Garden before meeting US President Barack Obama, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has revealed. The said website gets a daily average of 1.52 lakh views but it got the maximum page views of 9.82 lakh on September 29 last year, the PMO has revealed in response to a RTI application. Modi had introduced a web-link on pmindia.gov.in website where people can lodge their submissions, suggestions and grievances and the page contains two sections -- where people can write to the Prime Minister and the other for suggestions and ideas. "The latter takes you to mygov.in, a comprehensive platform that empowers each citizen to contribute towards nation building. Citizens can share their thoughts and ideas on a wide range of issues. MyGov has been initiated as a medium for public participation in governance. Hence it is configured to allow the maximum possible number of citizens to register and participate," the PMO said replying to a RTI application by activist Subhash Chandra Agrawal. Read More: Web traffic to government website topped on PM Narendra Modi's Madison Square Garden speech day - Economic Times