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Jitinsukhnani posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportDear Sir, I want to know the no. of connections, which were ported from govt. telecom companies (e.g. MTNL, BSNL) to private sector telecom companies using MNP in year 2014-15. Could you please tell the the person to get in touch with? Regards, Jitin Sukhnani
rti happenings: RTI activist manhandled in Gurgaon: He was looking into illegal construction in Sector 4
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaWhen an RTI activist tried to dig some information on what seemed like an illegal construction work in Gurgaon, he was in for some surprise. Sachin Gaur (RTI activist) was not only not allowed to check the records of the place, he was manhandled by some 8-10 goons and also booked in the Sector 4 police station for simply exercising his democratic right of asking certain questions.When recently Gaur read an article in an English daily about a 'ghost construction,' going on in the Sector 4 near HUDA District Ayurvedic office, he was intrigued. The English daily was calling it a ghost construction, since no one (either HUDA or MCG) was taking responsibility of the construction. Gaur, being an activist filed three RTI's and he received one reply from the CMO office. The application gave him the right to go and check the illegal construction file.- See more at: error page more at: RTI activist manhandled in Gurgaon: He was looking into illegal construction in Sector 4
anishya posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportI want compensation for the delay in Possession of my Plot in EMAAR MGF : sector ____ as per the Buyers Agreement. According to the Company, they have made the possession as per the terms and conditions of the Buyer's Agreement, as the Company is required to offer possession of a unit subsequent to laying of services on the same which includes water and sewer lines, electrification and road work. Since these services were laid on your unit, possession of same was offered to me in 2010 which was within the timeframe stipulated in the Buyer's Agreement. Hence, the compensation clause does not stand applicable Contention : I have been regularly visiting the site and bringing all the shortcomings to your notice and also provided photographic evidence of the same. Even when I visited the site in mid Aug 2013, I found that all the basic amenities had not been completed and the same along-with photographic evidence was brought to your teams notice. Thereafter vide Emaar MGF e-mail dated 22nd August 2013 (copy of mail reproduced below for your ready reference) they have clearly admitted that Emaar MGF had just initiated the process of installation of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) and transformers in the sector. Also necessary works on the water tanks and rain water harvesting system has already been completed. The Company is expediting the completion of overall development across all sectors to make the place habitable and we shall keep you updated on the status at regular intervals. Thus it is very clear that the plot was not fully developed for taking over possession by me. =================================================================================== From: "Feedback@emaarmgf.com" To: firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Thursday, August 22, 2013 1:59 PM Subject: Interaction ID: __________-/ 0006 (Unit Number: ______________) Dear Ms. _____ Greetings from Emaar MGF. This is with reference to your email dated 16th August and our subsequent telephonic discussion. As discussed, we would like to inform you that we are accelerating the development activity in the area where your unit is located. We have initiated the process of installation of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) and transformers in the sector. Also necessary works on the water tanks and rain water harvesting system has already been completed. The Company is expediting the completion of overall development across all sectors to make the place habitable and we shall keep you updated on the status at regular intervals ================================================================================== I have also other emails of communication wherein I have mentioned from time to time that the area was not developed. Even during my last visit in the 31st March, 2014 around 10:45 AM - pics shared to them the road to my plot was not ready and was not ready and made of pebbles. A mail to this effect was also sent and post that the road was made. In view of the foregoing it is very clear that the plot and other basic amenities were only ready by end of 2014 and the offer letter for taking possession of the plot was made. Thus I am clearly entitled to claim penalty for late possession as per the Builder-Buyer Agreement. Kindly advise
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaNEW DELHI: The often repeated demand of bringing the private sector under the purview of the Right to Information (RTI) Act made an unusual comeback on Thursday at a CII conference on industrial development in Delhi. In a session chaired by AAP's industries minister Satyendar Jain, the special industries commissioner for the Delhi government K Mahesh said he agrees with the demand that RTI be made applicable to the corporates as their "effects on society" are strong and "transparency" is need .. Read more at:Demand to bring private sector under purview of RTI gains steam at CII meet - The Economic Times
daspradipkumar posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportI have deposited Rs.100,000/-(one lakh) in the a/c of Mira International Films of ICICI Bank of kolkata salt lake. I want to know the name of A/c holder,address and the date deposit of the said amount.I have sent a letter for quarries to ICICI Bank under RTI 2005 but they have denied to give any information regarding the matter be cause of they are private sector bank and not included to the RTI Act 2005 you say that RBI seeking info required of that bank. RBI can provide under section 2[f] of RTI act.Now mynow I want to proceed legally, now question is to whom of RBI I have to address and postal address of RBI where to be sient it
HUDA pays over and over; clean-up bill Rs 61L Reported by Yogesh Kumar in timesofindia.indiatimes.com on August 30, 2012 HUDA pays over and over; clean-up bill Rs 61L - The Times of India Gurgaon: HUDA has claimed to have spent over Rs 61 lakh in three months for sanitation and cleaning up of roads in over eight sectors in Gurgaon. In its reply to an RTI filed by Raman Sharma, HUDA gave area-wise details of the expenditure and payments made for sanitation and clean-up works on roads and sectors by private contractors. In the first three months, Rs 17 lakh, Rs 17 lakh and Rs 26 lakh were paid to over a dozen different contractors. According to HUDA's response, between January and March, Sheetla Mata road and Palam Vihar road was cleaned up by different contractors five times. "The condition of these two roads, however, has not improved much but HUDA kept on paying the contractor again and again without checking the quality of work," said Sharma. In January the two roads were cleaned twice by two different contractors. The RTI reply stated that in January HUDA paid O P Sharma Contractors Rs 4.47 lakh for working in Sectors 5, 6, 12, 12A,18, Sheetla Mata Mandir Road and Palam Vihar Road. Interestingly, the same month another contractor Ansh Enterprises was paid Rs 4.91 lakh for carrying out sanitation and cleaning up of the roads in 12, 12A, 5 and Sheetla Mata Mandir Road and Palam Vihar Road. In the same month another contractor, M/s Ram Premi Contractor, was paid Rs 4.69 lakh for working in Sector 22 alone. In February, roads in Sectors 22, 23, 23A, 5, 12 and 12A were cleaned up by different contractors. The two roads, Sheetla Mata and Palam Vihar, were also cleaned up. The RTI reply also revealed that the contractor, Ram Premi, alone was paid thrice, totally over Rs 8 lakh for cleaning up 23 and 23A. "It is worth noticing that all the work was sanctioned on the same day (23 January 2012) for Sector 23 and 23A. The HUDA officials blindly sanctioned the works and made the payments," said the RTI activist. The expenditure swelled drastically in March and rose to Rs 26 lakh for the eight sectors falling under HUDA division (2). The maximum payment, Rs 4.97 lakh to B P Sharma Contractor for cleaning up roads was made for Sectors 3, 6, 5, 12A and Sheetla Mata Mandir Road. Work on Sector 22 roads was given twice to another contractor, Dharamvir Singh Contractor, and payments of Rs 4 lakh and Rs 3.04 lakh were made by HUDA. The same contractor was paid Rs 2.51 lakh for clean-up work in March this year.