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  1. sidmis

    BCCI not covered by RTI law

    BCCI not covered by RTI law Press Trust of India Friday, January 25, 2008 7:42 PM (New Delhi) Reported by NDTV.com: BCCI not covered by RTI law The country's apex cricket governing body BCCI could not be made accountable to provide information to citizens under the Right to Information law, the Central Information Commission (CIC) has held. In a recent order, the CIC rejected a citizen's plea to seek from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) certain information about its affairs. Nagpur-based Anil Chintaman Khare in his RTI application had submitted that BCCI was registered under the Societies Registration Act and should be termed a "public authority" for the purposes of making it accountable under the transparency law. The BCCI, however, contested the applicant's claim stating that despite being registered under the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, it was not constituted under the Constitution or any law made by the Parliament or any state legislature. Concurring with BCCI's stand, Information Commissioner Padma Balasubramanian said: "Registration under an Act is different from being established under it. Merely because BCCI is registered under the Societies Registration Act, does not bring it under the purview of RTI Act." In its arguments before the Commission, the BCCI had contended that it did not receive any funds, directly or indirectly, from the Centre and also did not have on its board any nominee from any government. The applicant said BCCI received a lot of tax benefits from the government and hence should be made answerable to the people of the country. The Commission came to its decision after finding that BCCI did not fall under any of the categories required to bring any public office under the RTI Act.
  2. rahbarsultan

    sports @ youth departmnt rti

    Hello sir ye information de ki youth and sports departmnt govt of india ki rti me fees kis head me bheji jati h . section officer,account officer ya cpio.
  3. Goa RTI forum International Centre Goa and Sports Authority of Goa (SAG) will be organising a one day seminar. We want a RTI activist wel versed with sports and sports organisations. Please recommend few names with their contact numbers. You may send details to secretary@goartiforum.org Shrikant
  4. Hello Everyone I wanted to open a pool and snooker parlor in East Delhi, now my question is... Do i need to obtain any kind of licence from MCD/Delhi police etc.? Or Some1 told me if I name my pool and snooker parlor with the word 'Academy'...i won't be need any kind of licence,,,because it is kind of,,,supporting a sport. is dat true? Kindly reply soon I have only 20 days to open it. Thanks & regards
  5. As reported by ASHWINI SHRIVASTAVA at news.outlookindia.com on April 12, 2011 In a bid to speed up its probe, the CVC has asked Chief Vigilance Officers of government departments to prepare a list of officials who were allegedly involved in corruption while executing Commonwealth Games related projects. It has also asked all civic and construction agencies to put documents related to the Games works carried out by them on CVC's website. A special team of the Commission probing the Games related work for alleged graft has found evidence against senior government officials for rigged tender process, undue haste that led to supply of inferior quality products and poor construction of infrastructure related works. Sources said the Commission will make a department-wise list of such 'tainted' people who were involved in the corrupt practises to take speedy corrective action. "There have been several complaints from Non-Government Organisations and whistle blowers claiming that host of government employees were involved in corrupt practises. We have sent the complaints to concerned CVOs for investigation and report," a CVC official said. He said a complaint has also been sent to the CVO of Sports Ministry to probe the role of certain incompetent officials involved in carrying out infrastructure related works. Sources said the CVC has found series of financial irregularities on part of certain government employees from departments like Central Public Works Department (CPWD), Public Works Department (PWD), Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD), New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC), Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and Games Organising Committee among others. They said the watchdog has received a number of complaints alleging that various "incompetent" people were involvement in several projects that led to unjustified cost escalation and corruption. The move assume significance as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh appointed High level Committee under the chairmanship of former Comptroller and Auditor General V K Shunglu has found series of wrong doings by government officials. The Committee has faulted sacked OC chief Suresh Kalmadi and Secretary General Lalit Bhanot for their alleged involvement in irregularities. Besides Delhi Lt Governor Tejinder Khanna and Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit were blamed for alleged inadequacies in CWG projects. According to an RTI filed by PTI, the Commission is looking into at least 40 CWG-related construction and procurement works carried out by different government agencies for alleged financial irregularities. An analysis by Chief Technical Examination Wing of CVC had earlier found alleged financial and administrative irregularities worth about Rs 2,500 crore in 16 construction and procurement projects. Six of them were done by PWD, 3 by MCD, 2 each by CPWD, DDA, NDMC and 1 by RITES, a Government of India Enterprise, a CVC report said.
  6. As reported by Ajai Masand at hindustantimes.com on September 30, 2009 Would you like to know how much of taxpayers’ money is spent on hockey stadiums? How much we pay our squash coaches? Too bad, you have no right to do so. Among the 50 sports federations that the Indian government funds, there is only one on which the right to information act (RTI) applies — the All India Chess Federation (AICF). This has emerged from the sports ministry’s response to a squash-related query sent by Mumbai-based squash coach A.I. Singh under the RTI. Only the AICF qualifies as a “public authority” that can be questioned, said a letter to Singh dated July 7, signed by Sport Ministry Deputy Secretary C. Chinappa. “The Central Information Commission (CIC) has declared AICF only as a public authority. The Squash Racquet Federation of India, Chennai, has not so far been declared as public authority,” the letter said. In a landmark decision, the CIC had ruled in March that the AICF was a public authority. Singh has now asked the CIC if every sports federation funded by the government needs to be individually pronounced as falling within the ambit of the RTI Act. He awaits a reply. When asked why sports federations are excluded from the RTI, Injeti Sriniwas, Joint Secretary (Sports), told Hindustan Times: “The RTI Act has broad parameters. We maintain it applies only to ‘an association that gets substantial funding’, though the CIC does not have any such clause. It’s a case-by-case approach.” He was not clear on what constituted ‘substantial funding’. Sriniwas said the government had written to the Indian Olympic Association, sports federations and the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee, telling them they were covered by the RTI Act. “But they secured a stay on it from the court,” he said. Source: Sports bodies use your money, resist your scrutiny- Hindustan Times
  7. CIC seeks funding pattern of All India Football Federation As reported in Times Of India, PTI, Apr 28, 2010, NEW DELHI: The CIC has directed All India Football Federation to present its funding pattern for last three years to clarify on the money received from various governments, following which a decision would be taken if it came under the RTI Act. The Federation, in a written submission before the Commission, had claimed it does not receive substantial funds from the government and hence it is not a public authority defined under the transparency law and not liable to answer RTI queries. The case relates to a Delhi-based RTI applicant Anil Jain who sought details pertaining to the appointment of the General Secretary and the Chief Executive Officer of I-League of the Federation. The Commission had directed the federation to provide the desired information to Jain December last year, but it was not provided. When Jain filed a non-compliance case, Director (administration) of AIFF Lt Col (Retd) BMR Mehta submitted before the Commission that Central government funds constitute only 10 per cent of the funding. "It is his plea that as AIFF is not substantially financed by the appropriate Government it is not a public authority. It is, however, to be noted that Jha (CPIO) had not taken the plea in the hearing held December 9. However, there is no estoppel on the change of plea by the AIFF," Information Commissioner ML Sharma said. In legal parlance, estoppel is a bar preventing one from making an allegation or a denial that contradicts what one has previously stated as the truth. He said, "All India Football Federation is hereby directed to file an affidavit through a senior office bearer before the Commission indicating the total funds generated by AIFF and the total funds contributed by the Central Government and State Governments in last three years that is 2007, 2008 & 2009." CIC seeks funding pattern of All India Football Federation - Top Stories - Football - Sports - The Times of India http://cic.gov.in/CIC-Orders/LS-26032010-02.pdf LS-26032010-02.pdf
  8. I would like to know Is Maharashtra Badminton Association (MBA) and Badminton Association of India (BAI) are declared as public authority under the RTI act. There is no information about APIO and SPIO on their website. office" BAI is apex body for controlling Badminton game in Indialace. MBA is affiliated to BAI and Maharashtra Olympic Association. How I can proceeds in this case. Are there any clarification / circular on including such sport association under RTI act by the government or by State or Central Information Commission?
  9. Public Information Officer of Sports Association of Goa (SAG) has replied to my RTI to contact Goa State Chess Association (GSCA)for the information. However he did not forward my RTI to GSCA. I field my grevence to First Appellate Authority that is Executive Director, SAG. FAA in its order stated that Sports Association is being paid substaintial grants from SAG, by virtue of which Association comes under the purview of "Public Authority" under Right to Information Act (RTI) 2005. It has also been clarified that The Secretary is PIO of Association. This will be of great help for parents. Parents can ask by usuing RTI regarding selection of teams to represent Goa in various sports diciplines directly to the PIO of Sports Association. Written reply with in stipulated time will help Sports in general in Goa.
  10. As reported by Smriti Advani at ibnlive.in.com on 6 June 2009 New Delhi: A Right To Information (RTI) application revealed foul play with the sports quota in Delhi University (DU). A national level football player was denied admission in 2008 to make way for someone of lesser merit. Eighteen-year-old Abhishek Chandran had just one goal - to pursue a Bachelor of Commerce (B Com) degree at the Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) in Delhi. A national level football player, he had counted on his skills on the field to get admission under the sports quota. Abhishek made it to first place on the waiting list. So when three boys who had made it to the final selection list dropped out, he expected a call from the college. However, he and his family got a rude shock. "My son Abhishek would have walked into the college any day because the vacancy fell on a position of half-line and he was first on the waiting list on the half-line position. But he was discarded, someone else got it," said Abhishek's father, PSM Chandran. When Abhishek cried foul, the college went on defence. "Not necessarily the particular type of skill is required in that particular game to the college. That is the privilege of the college to identify which particular skill is required," said Principal of SRCC, P C Jain. It doesn't end there. Abhishek then applied for commerce at Venkateswara College but has to settle for a seat in the Political Science course as the college said he didn't meet the mark. "They said they have cut-offs so I said that the boy who got the admission had lesser marks than Abhishek," said Chandran. That is when the Chandrans filed an appeal under the RTI Act to find answers. It revealed that the selections were not on the basis of merit. And this was not the first time students had complained about sports quota admissions. The Chandrans have now approached the Central Vigilance Commission, which has in turn directed DU to conduct an inquiry. But it still remains to be seen if this step will eventually lead to greater transparency in admissions under the sports quota. Source: RTI application reveals foul play in DU sports quota
  11. I had ask through RTI following information from Sports Authority of Goa. (SAG) Goa State Chess Association (GSCA) is affiliated to SAG. A grantee association. To, The Public Information Officer, Sports Authority of Goa, Campal Panaji Goa. Sub : Information/copies of document under RTI Act, 2005. I wish to apply for the following information under RTI Act (Central Act 22 of 2005) in respect of Goa State Chess association Registration No. 39 of 78 and affiliated to Sports Authority of Goa. 1. Copy of list of Life Members of Goa State Chess Association as on 01/01/08. 2. Copy of list of Life Members of Goa State Chess Association as on 01/01/09. 3. Copy of receipt in the month of September 06 of Rs.1000/- in the my name of Shrikant Barve) for life membership charges paid through Goa Urban Cooperative Bank, cheque no. 16533 debited to my account on 22/09/06. 4. Copy of minutes of the General body meeting of Goa State Chess association held in August/September 06 where in Shrikant Barve was approved as life member of Goa State Chess Association. 5. Copy of list of members of Goa State Chess Association who were present for General Body Meeting held on 18/01/09 at SAG, conference Hall, Panaji. 6. Copy of minutes of General Body meeting of Goa State Chess Association held on 18/01/09 at SAG, conference Hall, Panaji. Please note to mention specific time at which Shrikant Barve entered conference hall, Time at which President Sameer Salgaocar ordered police to take Barve out of hall, Time at which Returning officer was selected/elected/approved by General Body. 7. Copy of complaint registered against Shrikant Barve in Panaji Police Station on 18/01/09. I am hereby paying application fee Rs.10/- by way of affixed court fee stamp. If you are of the view that the above requested information does not pertain to your department, then please follow the provision of section 6(3) of the RTI Act, 2005. Thanking you, Yours truly, PIO of SAG has replied that With referance to your letter , it is noticed that the documents requested to be applied from this office, are expected to be available with the Goa Chess Association. You are requested to approach the appropriate authority of the said Association, to meet with your requirement. GSCA has not appoited any PIO. What can I do? How can I go further?
  12. Babus paid more than athletes in Beijing Olympics as reported by Eklavya Atray , December 20, 2008 NEW DELHI: Indian athletes may have brought home the country’s maiden gold and two bronze medals from the Olympics, but it was the bureaucrats and politicians accompanying them who were paid more by the government during their stay in Beijing. In a reply to a query filed by DNA under the Right to Information (RTI) Act, the Union youth affairs and sports ministry said that while athletes and coaches were paid $50 each as daily pocket allowance, the babus and netas who went to Beijing as part of the official delegation received $75 a day. The pocket allowance was over and above the spending on boarding and lodging. For the sports contingent these expenses were taken care of by the Beijing Olympic Committee while for the delegation, they were borne by the Indian embassy. Among the people who received $75 a day were minister of state for youth affairs and sports MS Gill and Lok Sabha members Vijay Bahuguna and Krishna Tirath. The other members of the official delegation were Rajya Sabha member Bhubaneshwar Kalita and several bureaucrats, including sports secretary Sudhir Nath, two joint secretaries, and Sports Authority of India director-general Sayan Chatterjee. The ministry said Rs12.19 lakh was spent on the travel of the 13 bureaucrats and politicians and arrangements for their lodging and boarding were made by the Indian embassy at Beijing. “We used to get an allowance of $50 a day, which is hardly anything abroad...one hardly gets a few decent meals in it. The problem is much worse at the Asiad, where players get no allowance,” said Commonwealth boxer Virender Singh said. Asiad medal-winning runner Bharat Kumar, said, “ If only players could get better allowances, they may change their lifestyle a little.” DNA - Sport - Babus paid more than athletes in Beijing Olympics
  13. For past 8 months, soon after All India Chess Federation put me under suspention and immidiatly banned without any enquiry; I concentrated my attention on "The Right Move II -Career in Sports". Its a book which says about how we can generate jobs in sports. I feel that there is lot of scope to generate jobs in sports. Simple assumption. Middle class families with only one or two child are ready to spend Rs.1000/- per month on extra curricular activities for their children. It means that 10 such children can give a good opportunity a Sports person. Parents wants their ward to learn different sports discipline. Sports Association/Federation do not allow such facilities to florish. I am trying to find some sort of solution. Almost all 45 Sports Association as per legal norms (Constitution bye laws not renewed - Financial report not submitted, non of them registered under It act 80g etc). I have spend lot aroud 2000 bucks on RTI to Sports Department and Sports Authority of Goa. What information I should print in my book? What questions I should ask under RTI?
  14. I Would Like To Know That Whether District And State Association Of Various Discipline Come Under This Law, If They Are Receiving Funds/grants From Sports Council Of The State
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