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First Ever simple but comprehensive RTI Guide


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Dear Friends.


From the past two years we have been developing a comprehensive guide to Right to Information. With our constant persuasion and efforts, many of our team members like @RAVEENA_O and friends from social media joined in our efforts. We are pleased to inform that we are fairly able to create a good Guide for Right to Information. You can visit here at Right to Information Guide [Right to Information Wiki]


Here is the screenshot


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Please remember, wiki is what it is meant for. That is why our tagline is

Right to Information Wiki

The free encyclopedia on RTI that anyone can edit


We solicit your comments, suggestions and ways to improve our Wiki. If you are also familiar with simple format of wiki, you too can join us to edit our wiki and collaborate.



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