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rti activism: Karnataka: Minister Chinchansur had each dinner of Rs 5,200 for 10 days during Belagavi session
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaBELAGAVI: Recently, state government claimed that it sliced expenditure of Rs 5 crores by taking austerity measures during 10 days legislature session held at Suvarna Vidhana Soudha (SVS) in Belagavi from 9-21st December 2014. It also had claimed major part of savings came from cut off in the rich food. However, an RTI information has exposed that several ministers and IAS officials spent public money beyond the limit just on dinner during the session. .................................................. .................................................... Speaking to the TOI, RTI activist Bhimappa Gadad expressed surprise on the move of district administration which also cleared the bills of former prime minister H D Deve Gowda and Upa-Lokayukta Justice Subhash Adi, who had spent a day in Hotel Eefa amidst legislature session days. Activist demanded Upa-Lokayukta should give clarification on hotel bills of his halt cleared from the grants released for session. District administration has cleared Rs 11,497 of Deve Gowda including room rent and Rs 8,727 of Justice Subhash Adi. RTI activist Bhimappa Gadad alleged that ministers has spent public money on arbitrary manner in the name of dinner, which required to be inquired. Read at: Minister Chinchansur had each dinner of Rs 5,200 for 10 days during Belagavi session - The Times of India
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaChennai: For the common man who uses the Metropolitan Transport Corporation buses in Chennai, overcrowding is as high as 150 per cent and the demand far outstrips supply, leading to inhuman conditions of travel, confirms the second master plan drafted by the Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority in 2008. With the reality being so harsh irrespective of any regime, the state run MTC operates five buses for Tamil Nadu MLAs from their Chepauk guesthouse to the state secretariat. An RTI petition filed by Deccan Chronicle revealed that 10 to 12 members travel in the MLA specials when Assembly is in session and this means that hardly two people travel per bus with the crew. Observations reveal that in most cases, a bus travels back to its depot without any members. Read at: Only 12 take 5 special buses run for MLAs during session
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaRead at: The Echo of India | Andaman and Nicobar Islands Newspaper, Port Blair Newspaper, North Bengal News, Darjelling, Silliguri, West Bengal Newspaper lecture on Right to Information for Rotary Club members was held at Hotel Fortune Resort on 11/4/15. Mr .T.N Krishnamoorthi, Deputy Chief Engineer, RTI consultant and transparency officer, ALHW spoke on the topic “How the Right to Information Act helps Business Community”. He said The Right to Information Act (RTI) is an Act of the Parliament of India "to provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens" Under the provisions of the Act, any citizen may request information from a "public authority" (a body of Government or "instrumentality of State") which is required to reply expeditiously or within thirty days. Right to Information Act 2005 mandates timely response to citizen requests for government information. Mr. T.N Krishnamoorthi said the basic objective of the Right to Information Act is to empower the citizens, promote transparency and accountability in the working of the Government, contain corruption, and make our democracy work for the people in real sense. The lecture ended with a volley of questions from the rotary members which was all answered by him and ended with a very good interactive session
Dear Sir, I was a student of B-Tech from UPTU in the session 2004-2008. But i was having a back paper in 4th semester which i along with my 3 more friends were not able to clear till the session last ie 2008. My two of the batch-mates passed the subject in 2009 which is one year after regular session ends. I along with my one batch-mate passed in 2010 which is two years after the regular session. The two batchmates got the degree written passed in 2008, though they have cleared in 2009. I along with my one batchmate got degree of 2010, which should be of 2008. This for your notice that the name of university changed to GBTU from UPTU in 2010, so was this happened due to name change as earlier also student who have back paper got the degree of regular session. Do the rules of UPTU change on candidate basis or they are set in the first year itself and are not changed throughout the session. It seems that we were having complete year back (as time period mentioned in the degree) Please help us to solve the problem as we are facing problem in getting jobs.