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NCPRI urges govt to frame rules for Whistle Blowers Act

The NCPRI has drafted model rules for the Whistle Blowers Protection Act.


Walse-Patil’s official vehicle purchased by flouting norms

The issue came to the attention of the Auditor General (AG) of Maharashtra, who had passed strictures against the move.


Rs 17.60 lakh were spent on Modi’s oath-taking ceremony, reveals RTI

The activist had sought to know from the President’s Secretariat “head-wise” details on the expenditure incurred.

Read more: Narendra Modi, RTI

Transfer requests flood Chavan’s office

In 3 yrs, Maharashtra CM received 1,833 letters from MLAs, MLCs, MPs to transfer govt employees.


Information Commissioner Jadhav to focus only on Pune bench

RTI activists upbeat but allegations of favouritism surface in SIC appointments.

Read more: pune, Ravindra Jadhav, RTI

RTI activist Subhash Chandra Agrawal has a new job: Replying to ‘fake’ pleas in his name

RTI activist says someone is using his name to settle scores.


More students pay bond money to skip rural service

Bond money collection increases from around Rs 5 lakh in 2010 to Rs 1.30 crore in 2013.


Skewed big ticket investment in district

In the last four years, 267 permissions were granted in Ranjangaon, Hinjewadi Chakan and Talegaon areas and 93 of them were real estate projects.

Read more: MIDC, MPCB, pune, RTI

7,000 & counting: RTI hit as SIC flits between Pune, Amravati

Kumbhar said Jadhav disposes of 10-15 cases per day while Kuvlekar disposed of 25-30 cases a day.

Read more: Amravati, pune, RTI, sic

Of around 10,000 pet dogs in city, only 3,907 registered with the civic body

The law restricts any family to keep more than two dogs.


City sees steady rise in number of suicides

According to statistics, 271 more cases of suicides were reported in 2013 as compared to 2009.


Lack of hygiene at civic hospitals take a toll on staff health

RTI data shows 135 employees from KEM, Sion and Nair contracted dengue, malaria and TB in 2013.


Revamp of CCE policy: HRD minister Smriti Irani gives hearing to Delhi boy

After getting the invite to meet Irani, Saluja had opened a Facebook page inviting suggestions on the points to be added in the memorandum.


RTI: Water lifelines pose a flood threat

The condition of canals was discussed during the New Mutha Right Canal committee meeting on October 14, 2013.

DGP proposes a survey to figure out police’s image in public, still waiting for govt nod months later

In order to get an idea about the image of the police in the minds of the people, the police have divided the survey in three sections.


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