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akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaInstallation of 22 handpumps, construction and broadening of 22 roads, five works of electrification, construction of drains and sewerage in two localities and extra chairs at Varanasi and Kashi railway stations are the main projects sanctioned from the first installment of Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) fund of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Incidentally, Modi has not allocated any money from his MPLADS fund for works in Jayapur village, which he has adopted under the Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana. As many as 53 works in different areas of Rohaniya, Sevapuri, Cantonment, North City and South City assembly segments worth Rs 3.36 crore have been sanctioned, according to information collected from the district rural development agency, Varanasi, through an RTI query. As much as Rs 2 52 crore have been released for these works. Read at: Modi sanctions 22 handpumps, roads among projects for Varanasi | The Indian Express
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in Media"This is sheer waste of taxpayer money and a waste of time. It looks like lack of planning and improper implementation of the project. After all, time is money," Sachin Chavan, who had filed an RTI application for information on the flyover delay, said. Chavan, who alleged that there was something fishy about the delay and its cost jump, has written to chief minister Devendra Fadnavis, demanding a probe. Read at: Delay in four city projects escalates cost by Rs 3,500 crore - The Times of India
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaIn what could be termed as new hope for complete transparency in Public-Private-Partnership projects, the National Highway Authority started uploading on its website Online PIU Information System contents defined by the task force under Section 4 of RTI Act Read detail: NHAI starts uploading PPP project details - Moneylife
jayvantkoli posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportDear Sir, I have lost my agriculture land in Maharashtra State Electric Board for Thurmal Power Station so can get job as per my education. I have done Master in Business Management but Maharashtra State Electric Board (Thurmal Power Station in Bhusawal District Jalgaon) said you have to do ITI for job but how can I do this because I am well educated and ITI is Technical work so please give me the reply what can I do in this situaction. Jayvant Koli
As reported by Hamari Jamatia in expressindia.com on 07 SEptember 2010: CEC tells agencies to spill tender beans - Express India CEC tells agencies to spill tender beans New Delhi The Central Information Commission (CIC) has taken various civic agencies to task for maintaining undue secrecy with regard to information on issuance of tenders. Not content with asking the NDMC, MCD, PWD and the Delhi Government to give out information on just Commonwealth Games-related tenders, the CIC has now directed them to reveal the details of all such deals they have made in the last five years. In a letter to the agencies on August 10, the CIC asked them to make the information public on its website. Stating that a lot of information on the agency is not available on the public domain, as stipulated under Section IV of the RTI Act, it said that such an action would not only effect more “transparency” in its dealings but also “reduce the load of RTI applications”. Specifically highlighted in the letter was a request that penalties imposed on companies, which have not been able to complete work, be made public. In the letter sent to the NDMC, the CIC has asked it to disclose information on the nature of work given, date of tendering, estimated value of tender, number of tenders received for a particular project, details of the entities that had applied for the tender, the chosen contractor, rate of awarding work and estimated “life-span” of the completed work. The agencies have been asked to furnish all the information required by September 15. On August 8, the CIC had asked the agencies concerned to reveal information on tendering processes involving Commonwealth Games projects.