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COIMBATORE: According to data available with the state government's health department, Sundakkamuthur, a semi-urban area in Coimbatore, is the hotspot for tuberculosis in the district. More than 80 of the 870 TB cases reported in the state between this January and April end this year, are from Sundakkamuthur. Information obtained through an RTI application revealed that 85 of the 870 cases are from Sundakkamuthur. "Tuberculosis over a period of time becomes endemic to certain parts of the district," says Dr A Soundaravel, resident medical officer-in-charge at the government hospital. "This could be because of a variety of reasons such as low socio economic status, lack of adequate medical care and an increasing number of people who fail to seek treatment. This leads to higher transmission rates," he says. Read more at: South Coimbatore most prone to TB in district - The Times of India
RAVEENA_O posted a topic in RTI Appeals decisionsRAVEENA_O has just uploaded CIC : Delhi & District Cricket Association under RTI! CIC held that the Delhi & District Cricket Association is under RTI and directed to designate PIO, supply information to
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaReported by indianexpress.com on 04 July 2013 Activist challenges transfer of information commissioners - Indian Express Activist challenges transfer of information commissioners Based on documents procured under the Right to Information Act (RTI), 2005, an activist has challenged the transfer of state information commissioners (SIC) effected in the state last year. In his letter to the governor, RTI activist Vijay Kumbhar cited the legal advice given by the advocate general in an earlier case in 2007-08. Last year, state chief information commissioner (SCIC) Ratnakar Gaikwad had transferred three SICs — M H Shah from Nashik to Pune, Bhaskar Patil from Amravati to Nagpur and P W Patil from Nagpur to Nashik. Kumbhar and other activists had stated that the SCIC did not have the right to transfer under the RTI Act and had asked such transfers to be revoked. In 2007-08, Kumbhar said, the legal view of the transfers were quite complex. "Documents state that the then SIC Nagpur Vilas Patil had requested to the high power committee for his transfer to Nashik. The committee under the chairmanship of Chief Minister accepted his request and sent recommendation of transfer to the Governor," he said. The governor's office observed that as there was no provisions for SIC's transfers in the Act and asked the law and judiciary department to get the opinion of the advocate general. In his report submitted to the Governor on February 14, 2008, the AG had stated that SIC can be transferred provided he resigns from his post. "After resigning from the present post, he could be freshly appointed to Nagpur, which would be treated as a fresh appointment," the report stated. Kumbhar added that the three SICs were appointed for specific region by the committee and the appointment letters were signed by the Chief Secretary. "It is clear that even the high power committee can't transfer an SIC then how CIC order can execute such transfers" he said. Gaikwad, when contacted, said under Section 15(4) of the RTI, Act, the CSIC is fully empowered to take decisions independently. It reads as under — 15(4)-General Superintendence, direction and management of all the affairs of the SIC shall vest in the SCIC. He shall be assisted by SICs and may exercise all such acts and things which may be exercised or done by the SIC autonomously without being subjected to directions by any other authority under this Act. "Please ask these activists who is otherwise empowered?" Gaikwad asked.
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ARUL NAMBI posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportA "GRAMANATHAMLAND" IS IN THE NAME OF MY GRANDFATHER Mr.MUTHIAH WHO WROTE AN 'UYIL' AND THE SAME HAS BEEN REGISTERED IN THE 1940'S WHICH IS BEING OCCUPIED BY ANOTHER PERSON FOR THE PAST 30 YEARS-WHO IS NOT WILLING TO GIVE UP THE LAND AT PRESENT.WHAT SHOULD BE DONE TO RETRIEVE THIS LAND FROM HIM-WHOM TO BE CONTACTED-FOR LEGAL PROCEDURE .THE REGISTERED ORIGINAL DOCUMENT('UYIL') IS IN MY HAND. MY EMAIL ID IS firstname.lastname@example.org AND MY MOBILE NUMBER IS XXXXXXXXXX. (Please Note: Mobile Nos. & e-mail ids. not permitted on open forum).
Tuberclosis cases and TB-related deaths have been rising in the district in the past few years, according to data provided by the district healthauthorities under the RTI Act. While 1,318 TB cases were detected in 2012, the figure shot up to 1,630 in 2013, showing an increase of nearly 25 per cent. As many as 575 cases of TB have been detected so far this year. The number of TB-related deaths has also been gradually increasingover the years. While 24 persons reportedly died due to TB in 2009, 43 TB patients died in 2013. Around 20 persons have died so far this year. Read more: In Mohali, 1,318 TB cases detected in 2012, number rose to 1,630 last year | The Indian Express
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaNEW DELHI: Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee has written to lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung asking him to exempt Sikh women from wearing helmets. To claim the exemption, they cited an RTI reply from Delhi Police as proof showing that no Sikh woman had died in a motorbike accident last year. Avtar Singh Sethi, president of Delhi Sikh Citizen's Council said that he had filed the RTI to the office of special commissioner (traffic), Taj Hassan. Traffic cops then asked them toapproach the district police who replied that no data of a Sikh woman being killed in a fatal accident was received by them. The groups also wrote to the LG asking him to exempt Sikh women from wearing helmets since it would be hurting their religious sentiments. Read more: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/Gurdwara-body-opposes-helmet-rule-for-women/articleshow/35965581.cms
saifidcool posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportI have sought an information under the Right to Information Act, 2005 to the District Court at Thane in Maharashtra State, but, the court officials asked to furnish a new application under the Right to Information Act, Maharashtra Districts Court Right to Information Rules, 2009 and when I submitted the same, no information was provided and thereafter, I tried to seek an appeal form for filing an appeal, but, they denied the same by giving vague reply that they done have the copy of the appeal form and now, the last date for filing an appeal is getting closer and closer, which is giving me goosebumps. Kindly help with the appeal form under the Maharashtra Districts Court Right to Information Rules, 2009.
I am a life member of Goa State Chess Association (GSCA) registered under Socities act. GSCA is affiliated to All India Chess Federation(AICF) and also Sports Authority of Goa. I know the receipt number (2265 dt 11/09/06) for payment as life member. On Jan 18/01/09 AGM of GSCA will be held to elect new Ex. Body. By a letter dated July 15 2008 AICF has put a ban on me on Chess Activities of AICF and affiliated association. GSCA has not renewed its constitution at District registrar since 1978. GSCA has not initiated any action against me but did not send invitation for AGM of 23/11/08. Representative of SAG and AICF will be attending the AGM. I want to prove as a member of GSCA and attend AGM of Jan 18 2009. still 45 days remaining. What should I ask and to whom?
karira posted a topic in RTI in MediaJalandhar district authorities need to get act together Jalandhar, October 1 Jalandhar civil administrative authorities, who are supposed to implement the Right to Information (RTI) Act in letter and spirit, need to read the law first. The authorities do not even know which application they can accept under the Act. An example of their ignorance was seen today at the Suvidha Centre here, where retired squadron leader Kirpal Singh of Punjab Avenue in Laddewali, had come to submit an application. He wanted to have some information about the passport of his daughter, who had applied for it in 2005 and was yet to receive it despite submitting all required documents. But his application was not accepted by the authorities at the RTI counter, and he was told that the matter was not related to the DC office. However, Section 6 (3) of the RTI Act says, â€œWhen an application is made to a public authority requesting for information, which is held by another public authority, the public authority to which such application was made, shall transfer the application to that other public authority and inform the applicant immediately about such transfer.â€ Notably, Chief Information Commissioner (CIC), Punjab, Rajan Kashyap in his visit to Jalandhar two weeks ago had said, â€œSpecial RTI counter has been opened at all the Suvidha Centres in all the districts of state and if any applicant is submitted there, the respective Deputy Commissioner (DC) would ensure that the application reaches the department concerned within a week.â€ Inerestingly, when DC Ajit Singh Pannu was asked about non-receipt of application, he said he would confirm whether a Suvidha Centre counter can accept an RTI application of any other government department. Kirpal Singhâ€™s application was not accepted at Jalandhar passport office, where he was told that the office was being shifted from its present premises. Jalandhar district authorities need to get act together