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akhilesh yadav posted a topic in Off TopicPESHAWAR: In an exemplary development, the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Right to Information Commission has provided corrected papers of the K-P Public Service Commission (PSC) to a candidate who had lodged a complaint against the marking system. The action is being seen as a major step towards achieving transparency within the structure of the provincially-conducted competitive examinations. “In the past, it was unthinkable to even question the examination system. If you fail the exam, never in your life will you learn what went wrong,” said Mufti Suhail, a resident of Charsadda, who appeared in the public service examinations in Suhail added the RTI law has reinstated the people’s trust in the system. Read at: The paper chase: RTI Commission provides marked papers to complainant | TheIndianSubcontinent.com
ganpat1956 posted a topic in Discussions on RTIJaipur, feb 1: Published by the Transparency International, India's corruption index showed a marked decline from 88 to 70th position. The single-most reason for the drop in corruption in government was attributed to the Right to Information Act. Right to Information (RTI) Act has served as a powerful weapon in fighting corruption which has shown a marked decline in the country, according to the latest Corruption Perception Index . Published by the Transparency International, India's corruption index showed a marked decline from 88 to 70th position. The single-most reason for the drop in corruption in government was attributed to the Right to Information Act. Mr George Cherian of the Centre for Consumer Action, Research & Training (CART) informed this at a semiar on ''One year of RTI in Rajasthan:Problems and possibilities'' here today. He said out of the 183 countries' corruption indices, India's index declined by 18 points compared to that in 2005 and the major reason attributed to this steep fall is the public scrutiny through Right to Information Act. Chief Information Commissioner of Rajasthan M D Kaurani, speaking on the occasion, emphasised the need for a separate executive wing and fund for the commission to make the implementation of the law more effective. He said at present the Home department is entrusted with the responsibility of execution and it is one among many responsibilites with the Home department. Besides, there is no separate fund allocated for RTI. He said the Commission would soon launch a helpline in the state and added that ''though the significance of the law has been acknowledged, there is need to make it more powerful and effective with more fund and staff''. Mr Venkatesh Nayak of the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative(CHRI) and Mr Nikil Dey of the Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangatan also spoke on the occasion. deepikaglobal.com - National News Detail
The international day of Right to Information (RTI) is being marked in Nepal for the first time with various programmes in the capital. Freedom Forum Nepal organised a silent rally from Baneshor to Maitighar to mark the day, which is also called the Freedom of Information day. The day â€“ September 28 - is being celebrated as Right to Information Day throughout the world since 2002. The day has been marked after the legislature parliament passed the Right to Information Act this July which guarantees that any citizens have access to information stored in any public bodies. Around 68 countries around the world have legal provisions protecting the right to information of their citizens. nepalnews.com ia Sept 28 07