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ज़ी मीडिया ब्*यूरो नई दिल्*ली : कोल ब्*लॉक आबंटन केस में नया मोड़ आ गया है। सीबीआई की विशेष अदालत ने बुधवार को कोयला घोटाले में एक बड़ा फैसला दिया है। विशेष अदालत ने आज पूर्व प्रधानमंत्री मनमोहन सिंह को आरोपी के तौर पर सम्*मन जारी किया है। उधर, कोल ब्*लॉक आबंटन केस में आरोपी बनाए जाने पर मनमोहन सिंह ने कहा कि ये सब जिंदगी का हिस्*सा है। Read more >> à¤•à¥‹à¤²à¤—à¥‡à¤Ÿ : à¤ªà¥‚à¤°à¥à¤µ à¤ªà¥€à¤à¤® à¤®à¤¨à¤®à¥‹à¤¹à¤¨ à¤¸à¤¿à¤‚à¤¹ à¤•à¥‹ à¤•à¥‹à¤°à¥à¤Ÿ à¤•à¤¾ à¤¸à¤®à¤¨, à¤¬à¤¤à¥Œà¤° à¤†à¤°à¥‹à¤ªà¥€ à¤ªà¥‡à¤¶à¥€ à¤•à¥‡ à¤†à¤¦à¥‡à¤¶ | Zee News Hindi
Sangrur, March 5 For not supplying complete information to Kamal Anand under the Right to Information Act (RTI), the State Information Commission Punjab has directed public information officer (PIO)-cum-executive officer (EO) of the Municipal council (MC) here Ranbir Singh to appear in person on the next date of hearing (March 12) besides supplying the information to the complainant. The Commission has also ordered since the information sought by Anand was in public interest it should have been supplied to him without was delay or harassment. State Information Commissioners P.P.S. Gill and R.K. Gupta also stated in the order “We are of the view that for his frequent visits to Chandigarh, he (complainant) deserves to be compensated and action taken against the defaulters. The quantum of compensation and action to be taken against the defaulters will be decided on the next date of hearing”. Kamal Anand had told the commission the respondent department had been causing delay in supplying of the information. On the date of last hearing Deepak Kumar, a clerk in the local MC, had appeared before the commission, but he had no knowledge about the action being taken on the information sought by the applicant. Anand said here today he had sought information from the local MC, including awareness programmes, conducted by it for the management of solid waste and details of house to house collection system of solid waste adopted by municipal authorities under the Municipal Solid Waste (Management and Handling) Rules 2000. Anand added despite the order of the State Information Commission Punjab, he had not received the entire information, demanded by him, from the MC. The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - Punjab
MUMBAI: State information commissioner Suresh Joshi has summoned Navi Mumbai police commissioner, Ramrao Wagh, for an explanation after learning that an officer in his department had dismissed 74 appeals under the Right to Information Act without hearing arguments in a single case. Joshi summoned Wagh following a complaint from a Vashi resident, who learnt from the public information officer in the Navi Mumbai police commissionerate that the department had not heard a single RTI appeal till date. An appeal is filed by RTI applicants when the original query is rejected by the PIO or if the applicant is not satisfied with the PIO's replies. The appeal is then heard by an appellate authority, a designated officer in the same department. "RTI appeals can be disposed of without hearing if the appellate authority is satisfied with the written argument. But in this case, looking at the volume of cases, there are real doubts that the appellate authority has disposed of appeals without even looking into the case details," information commissioner Suresh Joshi told TOI. 29 Oct 2007 Viju B,TNN