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Professors, educationist lose info panel race to ex-bureaucrats

Lack of transparency in body meant to further it, say activists.


No decision on whether DDCA falls under RTI

The DDCA had claimed that it was not within the purview of RTI

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Despite RTI, 1,100 BMC primary schools don’t have Class 8 as yet

The MSCPCR, meanwhile, has sought a response from the BMC after which it will pass an order.


CIC report: Most Central govt units proactive, a few falter

Two central institutions CDAC and the beleaguered Hindustan Antibiotics Limited – have failed to file their RTI annual returns which draw strictures from the CIC.


Probe reveals 16 CCTV cameras installed for ‘free’

Deshpande ordered a probe after hearing a second appeal filed by an RTI applicant, Mahesh Kale.


Kerala panchayat wants an RTI activist to be declared a public nuisance

Most of the applications, according to Vijitha, were about issues related to stone quarry units and exhaust of panchayat fund.


RTI reply cites Nehru statement — made 13 years after death

Darve was told that Nehru, in 1977, expressed the fear that any such move would “affect bilateral relations”.

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Progress slow, senate members slam women’s cell

Senate members alleged that such delays are indicative of ‘gender insensitivity’ among university authorities.


Police have no records of CCTV cameras in Gurgaon

The RTI revealed that the Gurgaon police does not have any record of the establishments that have still not installed CCTV cameras.


Parking issue: Fergusson College ‘evades’ RTI query, fails to furnish details

College is a public authority and cannot deny information on any ground, say RTI activists.


‘Consider protecting RTI activists, social workers under new Act’

The court was hearing a suo motu (on its own) public interest litigation.


Rape of Dalit women registers 500% increase since 2001, RTI reveals

Rape of Dalit women rose in Gujarat over the last 13 years, reaching the highest in 2014, higher by 500 per cent since 2001.


Rs 6,300 crore alloted for benefit of minorities under MSDP: RTI

Saleem Baig had sent the RTI query on the welfare programmes being undertaken for the benefit of minority communities.


Info panel tells ‘unresponsive’ official to reply to RTI request

The complainant had sought some information from the PIO concerned because she wanted to expose “corruption” in the case.


Loopy circle rates come under CIC scanner

‘Real’ value and govt rates don’t match causing irregularities, revenue loss, says commission