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arnavpatel posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportDear Sir / Medam, I Arnav Jagdishbhai Sorathiya From Rajkot (Gujarat). I Previously Known As Lakhan Jagdishbhai Sorathiya And I Change My Name In Government Of Gujarat Gazette Procedure. I Change My Name In My All Documents But I Can't Change My Name In My Birth Certificate And My S.S.C. And H.S.C. Mark sheet. Because Our Officers Tell Me It Can't Change In Whole Life. So I Am Very Confused. So Please Sir Tell Me Legal Procedure Of Change My Name In My Birth Certificate And S.S.C. And H.S.C. Mark Sheet. Please Sir I Am Waiting For Your Answer. Yours Faithfully, ARNAV J. SORATHIYA RAJKOT (GUJARAT)
Sajib Nandi posted a topic in RTI in MediaIn yet another embarrassment for Rajkot police, the Gujarat Information Commission (GIC) has imposed a fine of Rs 5,000 on a former public information officer (PIO) at a license branch of the Rajkot police commissioner's office for denying information under the Right To Information (RTI) Act. The fine has been imposed on A N Sandhi, now posted at traffic branch as an inspector. Read more at: Cop fined Rs 5,000 for denying info under RTI - The Times of India
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaRAJKOT: A Right to Information (RTI) reply has confirmed a major security breach at the Rajkot airport by the airport director who went on a joyride in an aircraft of the Airport Authority of India (AAI) by giving all security rules a go-by in 2013. R R Gupta, then Rajkot airport director, had boarded the cockpit of aircraft VT-FIU King Air that had come from Vadodara for calibration of landing systems on July 9, 2013 and allegedly ordered the pilot to fly to coastal areas around Porbandar. Read at: Rajkot airport director took a joyride in AAI flight: RTI - The Times of India
Sajib Nandi posted a topic in RTI in MediaCaught on the wrong foot, a police inspector with licence branch of Rajkot police commissioner's office has been slapped with a fine of Rs 11,500 by Gujarat Information Commission (GIC) at Gandhinagar for denying information under Right to Information Act (RTI) to an applicant, Altaf Chichodara. Read more at: Cop fined Rs 11k for denying information under RTI - The Times of India
As reported at timesofindia.indiatimes.com on 10 July, 2009 Rangpar (Rajkot district): He cannot see but was determined to open the eyes of administration. More than his poverty, 26-year-old Ratna Al, it was authorities turning blind eye to development works in his village that pained him. A native of Rangpar, a dusty hamlet of 750 people in Wankaner taluka, Ratna used Right to Information (RTI). Ratna has put the village on development track. A neat two-km road has replaced the stony path connecting it to highway. The thorny gando bawal shrubs that dotted the roadside are now being cleared regularly and Rangpar is getting the facelift. But, getting all this done was not at all easy for Ratna, whose family lives below poverty line. Besides all the paper work, he even had to suffer humiliation by officials whenever he raised questions about development. "The documents I got using RTI showed that many works registered as completed in the papers were actually never taken up. In 2008, I used RTI to know how many schemes had panchayat implemented and how much money was spent on each work," said Ratna. Though I did not get accurate information, it helped them realize that their inefficiency would be exposed. Now, everything is falling in place, thanks to RTI. "If RTI Act, was not there, we would never have known the irregularities in local administration'' said Ratna, a farmer studied till class X. "I can't see but I can sense the relief among villagers," he said "His work is truly praiseworthy. People support him but not openly as no one wants to confront local authorities. But, Ratna stands firm and results are there," says villager Bhurabhai Barot. Source: Visually impaired person opens panchayat's eyes - Ahmedabad - City - NEWS - The Times of India
rajmanhotra posted a question in Ask for Non RTI Supportdear, members of rtiindia here i request to the these viewers of willing to geting some advantage,s then you may please disclose it by anyway to us about for further issue,s.
Atul Patankar posted a topic in RTI in MediaAs reported at timesofindia.indiatimes.com on 29 April 2009 RAJKOT: In a glaring blooper by local administration, seven Pakistani nationals have been listed in Rajkot Lok Sabha constituency voters' list. The administration is working overtime to ensure that they don't vote. On Wednesday, district collector and chief election officer, HS Patel banned all the seven persons living in the country on a long term visa (LTV) from casting their vote on April 30. Names of Kusum Nuruddin, Rashidabanu Kadri, Devanand Velji, Meghna Devanad, Geeta Narayan, Hansa Rajesh and Amarshi Hingla all Pakistani citizens have appeared in the list of Assembly segment of seat no 69. "The fact came to light after a citizen applied for the details of these persons under the RTI Act on March 24. An inquiry came to the collector's office and after a 15-day query, the facts of the individuals were established," a source in the collectorate said. "In an intimation, they have been told they cannot take part in the democratic process of the country as they live here on an LTV," the official added. "We have also informed the returning officer and zonal and presiding officer and asked them not to let these seven persons vote," Patel said. "They might have got their names entered in the list by showing themselves as owners of property here," Patel explained, adding that further inquiries as to how their names got featured will be done after the elections are over. "If found guilty they could be booked under the IPC sections of Representation of Peoples' Act," Patel added. Through the same inquiry, it was also known that at present 336 Pakistani nationals live in the city on LTV. Source: Pak nationals feature in voters' list, banned from voting - Rajkot - Cities - The Times of India