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Delhi, Jul 22 (PTI) A law student today moved the Delhi High Court seeking a direction to the state Election Commission to fill "casual vacancies" in the councillorship in all the three Municipal Corporations of Delhi (MCD). A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Jayant Nath fixed the matter for hearing on July 29, saying since there is "no urgency in the matter, we will take up the issue later". The petitioner moved the court after she in her village in west Delhi saw poor condition of the area and later on also came to know that there was no councillor to look after the civic issues. "Effluent water was overflowing from the drains all over the streets. Filth spread here and there and the entire village was having foul smell," the plea filed by the 20-year-old female advocate said, adding the "state Election Commission is duty-bound to fill these vacancies as soon as possible." She also contended that as per the RTI reply she received from the department concerned there are over 10 posts of councillor are vacant.Read more at; fullstory
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaEver wondered why the Maharashtra police always look so stressed up. Here's why: An RTI reply has revealed that as many as 12,115 posts are lying vacant in the state police department for a long time. These posts vary from that of a constable to the additional director general of police. Read at: Maharashtra police grapple with over 12,000 vacancies | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis
As reported at zeenews.india.com on January 20, 2012 Chennai: Citing mounting pendency of cases involving RTI appeals and disputes due to manpower shortage, the Central Information Commission has requested the Centre to appoint more Information Commissioners, a top official said on Friday. "We have requested the Government of India to appoint more Information Commissioners. We are also trying to evolve methods by which we can increase the number of disposals," Chief Information Commissioner Satyananda Mishra told reporters here on the sidelines of a workshop on RTI Act. Five posts of Information Commissioners were still vacant and "we need much more manpower", he said. The CIC was having only 160 employees, and it was "not a adequate, sufficient number," he said, adding due to this cases were taking eight to 10 months to come up, against ideal time of three months. "If it is more than three months, in our opinion, it is pointless." He said every month CIC was receiving over 2,300 cases, while it was clearing only 1,800, resulting in backlog. Mishra said over 23,000 cases were pending with the CIC alone besides those before various state information commissions. He also said the CIC had started posting details about the number of pending cases at the end of every month on its website. "We have already started. Other Commissioners will also be doing so." Clearing concerns that the RTI Act was being misused, he said, "My personal experience in the last three years in the Central Information Commission is that the instances of misuse of RTI act is absolutely infinitely small.. There were overwhelmingly large number of cases with genuine reasons."
pardeepji posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportI was one among ex-servicemen who appeared for interview in Punjab National Bank recruitment 2011 for Clerk Cadre. On final selection it is known that out of total vacancies (600 in Punjab), 60 were reserved for ex-servicemen and final recruitment of only 12 ex-servicemen is done whereas more than 200 ex servicemen appeared for the interview. Is there anyone who know why less absorption of ex-servicemen is done by Punjab National Bank. Is a bank authorised to use the vacancies of one quota for others? What can be done to have proper solution?