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Collectorate fails to provide RTI info on Court of Wards Anjaya Anparthi,TNN | Feb 21, 2015, 01.26 AM IST NAGPUR: The State Information Commission had pronounced a historic judgement bringing Court of Wards under the ambit of Right to Information (RTI) Act seven months ago. But the collector office has not provided the information so far. Read more: >>> Collectorate fails to provide RTI info on Court of Wards - The Times of India
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaNAGPUR: The State Information Commission had pronounced a historic judgement bringing Court of Wards under the ambit of Right to Information (RTI) Act seven months ago. But the collector office has not provided the information so far. RTI activist TH Naidu, who had sought information related to auction of Sonegaon lake, fought a two-year-long battle to prove that the Court of Wards falls under the RTI Act. Following the state information commission's order dated July 7, 2014, the collector office had provided information about Sonegaon lake auction to Naidu after much dilly-dallying. Read at: Collectorate fails to provide RTI info on Court of Wards - The Times of India
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaCHENNAI: Most government hospitals in the city have fewer ventilators than sanctioned or necessary. Several ventilators are unused as they've not been maintained, as per data obtained through an RTI application by TOI. In Government Stanley Medical College Hospital, 22 of the 50 ventilators are not working. In Government General Hospital, 19 ventilators are not working. Government Royapettah Hospital and Government Kasturba Gandhi Hospital have only 13 ventilators each. Government Kilpauk Hospital did not reply to the RTI application. A ventilator is a life-saving equipment that helps a patient breathe. A hospital requires ventilators in its intensive care unit (ICU), intensive cardiac care unit (ICCU), TB ward, neonatal ICU and casualty ward. Chennai's government hospitals get about 150 critically ill patients every day, not just from the city but also from districts. Read more: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/Gasp-Ventilators-conk-off-at-government-hospitals/articleshow/36015815.cms
Hi. I am serving Armed forces and need OBC certificate to claim age relaxation for appearing in civil services exam. The tehsildar office did not oblige to accept application saying I do not fall in non creamy layer. However, as per govt norms (The relevant link from DOPT site is as follows:- http://persmin.nic.in/DOPT/Brochure_Reservation_SCSTBackward/Chapter-02.pdf) wards of defence forces personnel of the rank less than Lt Colonel fall under non creamy layer, secondly the pay and status of parent is considered for awarding OBC reservation to children, not their own. My father is a retired subedar (equivalent from Indian Navy) and I am Lt Commander.So I am eligible. How can I ask the relevant office for copy of rules governing issue of OBC certificates to ward of defence personnel who are in defence. How can I force them to issue certificate. Kindly help. If anyone can , and if anyone wants or can refer someone who can take a case, i am ready to compensate as required. Regards
Atul Patankar posted a topic in RTI in MediaAs reported by Manish Umbrajkar at timesofindia.indiatimes.com on Apr 24, 2010 PUNE: For the last few months, the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) has stopped providing the details of decisions taken at the meetings of its four divisional ward committees. Earlier, the municipal corporation used to post the details of the proceedings of the meetings to its website on a regular basis, to inform citizens the decisions taken by the local area committees. The only details of meetings available on a regular basis are that of the meetings of general body and the standing committee, which takes all decisions related to policy and financial matters, the law committee, besides the slum development and women and child welfare committee. The website, pcmcindia.gov.in, started last November, allows citizens to easily access information about draft policies and development programmes to be implemented. While initially details of all the four divisional committees were being made available on a regular basis, for the last few months, no fresh updates have been made. It was only after enquiries made to officials that information of three ward committees was updated on Thursday. Currently, no details of any meetings held after December 2009 of the A ward committee are available. Similarly, no details are available of the meetings held after November last year of the D ward committee. The details of the C ward committee, though updated on Thursday, shows the last date of update as January 22, 2010. Similarly, the last date of update of the B ward committee is February 3. Asked about the reason why the details of the meetings of the ward committees are not posted on a regular basis, Neelkant Poman, head of the computers division, said he would seek the details, as the probable reason could be that the agenda and the minutes of the meetings are not made available immediately. According to civic officials, the meetings of all the four divisional ward committees are held once in a month. Each committee has fixed a certain day, usually the second Wednesday or Friday of that month. According to civic officials, it is mandatory to hold 12 meetings of the ward committees every year. Civic officials, however, added that the ward level offices have simply become complaint redressal centres, besides taking up works of routine maintenance, water supply and cleanliness. The ward committees have powers to approve only those works whose estimated expenditure is within Rs 10 lakh. Although the ward committee offices have an average budget up to Rs 10 crore, major expenditure of the ward committee offices is spent on salaries and office works. Each ward committee has about 700 to 800 civic employees. Incidentally, according to civic officials, providing information to citizens is part of the state level commitment under the administrative reforms of the JNNURM. The PCMC has been providing information about the 44 main civic departments, and another section titled Information' under RTI on the PCMC website has details of information officers, along with their office telephone numbers and email addresses. The PCMC has also posted the details of the annual budget on its website. Source: Details of ward committee meetings missing on PCMC website - Pune - City - The Times of India
Rashmi.G posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportHi, I am Rashmi Gupta, living in Pune since May 2008. I applied for registration of marriage, under Dhanakwadi Ward Office (I stay near Bharti Vidyapeeth). Since I do not have any address proof (Passport, Driver's License) pertaining to Pune, I gave my employer's note and my boyfriend his rent agreement as address proofs. The ward officer said these (Employer's note and Rent agreements) are not valid documents (address proof); whereas the District Marriage Office accepts Employer's note as valid address proof.. Why such discrepancy? Can I use RTI to find out which documents exactly are valid in which ward office and court??
Hi.I need information about property tax.I have leased out my office premises to a company.Of late the BMC inspector has been asking me to furnish details about my aggreement.But before i can disclose anything to him he is ready with his own valuations and says that assessment is at the sole discretion of the assessing officer.He tells me that the tax liability would be almost 50% of the assessment which is done.I had read in one of the articles on the web that every ward in Mumbai has a fixed rateable value so for eg a "D" ward would be assessed as Rs.6psft hence a 2000 sft area would be taxed at Rs 12000 which is fair enough but according to this inspector it is almost 50% of the rent I earn.Right now this is my only source of income and I get my amount after deducting TDS after which I pay other taxes like maintainence etc.If the corporation takes away 50% of my income and the balance is payable as tax to the IT authorities why will anyone want to lease out his property in Mumbai.How do I know that what the inspector or assessing officer is demanding is the right amount or is he inflating it on purpose because he wants me to bribe him to lower the assessment value?Please help.