- NPAs under PM Modi's Mudra scheme jumped 126% in FY19
- shows RTI
- RTI query reveals banking frauds of ₹ 2.05 Trillion reported in the last 11 years
- 509 per cent rise in cases under child labour law: Study
- The Central Information Commission has allowed disclosure of file notings on the mercy petition of a rape and murder convict, rejecting the government's contention that the records cannot be disclosed as these are privileged documents under Article 74(2) of the Constitution.
- Electoral bonds worth over ₹5,800 crore were bought by donors to fund political parties between March 1, 2018 and May 10, 2019, a Right to Information reply has said.
- Don't pay 500/- for answer sheet now- Supreme Court says if Answer sheet is asked under RTI, RTI Fees will be governed
Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'fines'.
Found 7 results
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaFarmer near Panvel, whose land was taken away by the panchayat, fined over Rs 7,000, and warned his family will be ostracised if he does not fall in line with their diktats.A khap-style village panchayat in Panvel has threatened to ostracise a 38-year-old man and his family because he dared file an RTI application, seeking details of forest land in his village and how much was encroached upon. Read at: ?Khap panchayat? near Mumbai fines man for RTI plea - Mumbai Mirror
rti improvement: ' Deduct infro officer's salary for RTI lapses ' »» SOURCE'S ,TIMES OF INDIA ,MUMBAI/ THANE ,pg -8 S
Rajiv A Datta. posted a topic in RTI in Media@ rajivdatta
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in Media#Lucknow #Uttar Pradesh The Uttar Pradesh State Information Commission (UPSIC) slapped fine on 10 public officials of several state government departments for delaying information under the Right to Information Act (RTI). The commission- the RTI watchdog body of the state- has also recommended departmental action against nine other government officials found guilty for violating the norms laid down in the transparency act. Read at: UPSIC fines 10 government official for delaying information under RTI - News18.com
rahulbhawsar posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportHi, I require a list of fines applicable for traffic offences in Maharashtra. Time n again people are harassed by traffic cops. Even i am fed up of these corrupt officials demanding extravagant sums of money as bribes.. Most of the time people end up paying much more than they actually should. Everybody needs to know the exact amount one has to pay as fine for any traffic offence. Regards
ePaper Lite - Times of India Publications TIMES OF INDIA Epaper 28-06-2012 USE RTI JAAGO GUJARAT A TIMES OF INDIA ENDEAVOUR CBI official fined for delayed reply to RTI plea Paul John | TNN Ahmedabad: Keeping an RTI applicant waiting for nearly six months for information proved costly for a senior officer of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in Gandhinagar.The central information commission slapped a fine of Rs 25,000 on the central public information officer (CPIO) of the CBI for delaying to respond to an application for six months. The information pertained to the final investigation report of the CBI with regard to a corruption case involving the then station director of the All India Radio station in Ahmedabad. The RTI applicant Ravindra Parmar,who was an employee of AIR and the whistleblower in the case,had led the CBI to initiate an enquiry against the station director,Sadhana Bhatt.Parmar sought details regarding the verification report that the CBI had submitted after probing the case. The case pertains to four sponsored programs in 2006 and 2007 undertaken by AIR.The CDs of recording of sponsored programs were missing and were never made part of the verification record.I was demanding a copy of the verification report and the copy of the CDs pertaining to the case.For six months,the CBI officer did not respond to my application, said Parmar. Central public information officer of the CBI,Deepak Damor,argued before the central information commission that Parmar had made multiple applications and had mixed them up.He also contended that there was no intention of hiding any information from the applicant as it is made out to be. However,chief information commissioner Satyananda Mishra noted: We are of the view that the delay on the part of the CPIO concerned was not justified.The fact remains that the RTI application remained with the CPIO for more than six months before it was considered.The argument that it got mixed up with other similar applications and complaints is not very convincing.Every office needs to be organized in a manner that papers are kept in an orderly fashion and attended to according to their relative importance, Mishra said in the order. The order stated,Since the RTI application has to be dealt with within a period of 30 days,there is no question of getting it mixed up with other such papers.Therefore,we do not accept the explanation offered by the CPIO as reasonable enough.
Hi, The CIC, in a news item appearing in todays HT [dt 16.02.2009] has fined the Vice Chairman for the unsavoury manner in disposing an RTI application. The attachment says it all. This is welcome news to applicants who applications are similirly dealt by various PIOs with scant regard to the law. Will be grateful if someone could get to the depth of this report and provide members with info regarding the relevant sections of RTI and or IPC this was possible. This would be a great help to all those who are put to inconvinience by the PIOs who do not bother to defend their cases knowing fully that little harm can happen to them and who believe that its the applicants who will do the needful and spend from their pockects to attend the hearings so that their cases don't get closed due to their absence.
Officials fined under RTI Act As Reported in the Times of India 28 Jun 2008, 0542 hrs IST,TNN PATNA: State information commissioner Mohd Shakeel Ahmad, has imposed a fine of Rs 250 per day with a maximum of Rs 25,000 each against deputy collector, land reforms, Rajgir, and the circle officer of Rajgir for not providing information to an applicant, Sanjay Kumar, seeking information under the provision of Right to Information Act. The fine has been imposed against them with effect from May 29, 2008. The commissioner also imposed a similar fine against the public information commissioner-cum-panchayat sevak of Kathar Panchayat in East Champaran district for not providing information to an applicant Vijay Krishna Tripathy. The Rs 250 per day fine with a maximum of Rs 25,000 is to start with effect from June 12, 2008, against the panchayat sevak. Officials fined under RTI Act-Patna-Cities-The Times of India