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PRLIMAYE posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportHello, I tried to fill up the application as shown in the P.F.Portal for filing grievance. After filing all details the office related to grievance does not show all list of offices but show only RO BANDRA.and after clicking select button it does not show all offices to select therefrom.has someone faced the same difficulty?
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
Guest posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportGuys Check this out: ksrm.ac.in/pages/home/home.htm There are companies like Pepsico, ITC, Coca Cola, etc... who work in FMCG sector which are related to Food products hire agrimanagement people in departments like procurement, contract farming etc... apart from this NGO's also work in agrimanagement. Thus, the scope of Agri-management is not limited TO NGO's bt also to the corporates, MNC's..... The average package is 3.5 to 4l p/a and it can go upto 6-7 lakh, bt it all depends on the performance of the student. And KIIT has a record of 100% placement frm the last 3 yrs since its inception. Admissions are now open for two-year MBA (Agribusiness Management) programme from 2012-13 academic section along with its flagship (Rural Management).
employee posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportDear Sir/ Madam, I recently resigned from a firm. During my tenure at the firm, our salaries did not ever come on time (delayed by 15 to 20 days). After my resignation in february end, our salaries(pending) were again delayed by 16 days due to which my credit card bill was over due and interest was charged. Further, our reimbursements have been pending for over 4 months now. When I sent an email explaining my situation, one of the directors blackmailed me (mail withheld) and said that if I didn't apologize in 24 hours, he would put my pictures in the newspapers announcing that I have done bad things at the office and that I'm not worth employing. I have my salary account statements for proof of late salaries and the blackmail email that the director sent me as proof of blackmail and threatening. Kindly advise how I may proceed to take action against this firm. I need to take action against them at the earliest.
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I doubt that the CIC (Management)Regulation 2007 is not in the good interest of RTI. Following are some of my observations: 1. The powers vested with the CIC in Section 12(4) of the Act is "General superintendence, direction and managementof the affairs ofCIC" whereas the above orders is a "Regulation " means "Rule" or "Order" prescribed for management. Power to make Rules is not in Section 12(4) but in Sections 27, 28 and 29 for which the CIC has no powers. Naturally the above Regulation is not maintainable under RTI Act 2005. 2. The above Regulation is not commensurate with the basic principles of the RTI Act. It is in the lines of old British Raj Acts and Rules and appear to be the first step to make the RTI Act at par with other Acts. 3. The glory of the Act is its shifting of accountability to the respondent from the appellant whereas the above Regulation tries to shift the responsibility back to the appellant. 4. The Regulation is full of violations of the provisions of the Act. I shall come to that later if needs be. But the most important ones are Para 9(iv), 11(v)(a) etc. 5. As per the Rules on 'Delegation of Powers' a delegatee cannot delegate. Here the CIC, a delegatee delegates his powers to his Registrar and Assistant Registrar. 6. The CIC has absolutely no power to amend the Act. Section 19(3) give the CIC to accept a delayed appeal whereas the regulation imply cancelation of this provision 7. The regulation empower the CIC to summon the appellant and even imposs penalty which is against the Act 8. The Regulation make the appellant to come to Delhi far too many times at own expense whereas the respondents travel at government expense. Imagine the plight of an appellant from Cape Comerin, or Manipur or Pune requiring visit Delhi too often. Paying the bribe and getting the information within aday or two is cheaper. This defeat the very aim of the Act. There are far too many such violations. This Rule appears to have made under the guise of "regulation" with intend to escape the obligatory requirement of placing it before both Houses of Parliament. I had sent my detailed observations to the CIC who in turn sent it to Prof.KK Nigam, CIC's Legal Advisor who promissed to give his comments but nothing heard despite lapse of more than a month. The Regulation is more damaging to the RTI Act and can make the wonderful legislation enacted by our Parliament a useless piece. It is high time for RTI loving forums to raise their voices.