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Land deals: Jan Morcha Alliance to exercise RTI 21.7.2006 Hindustan Times
Land deals: Jan Morcha Alliance to exercise RTI
Now, cable operators to exercise RTI 21.7.2006 Hindustan Times
Now, cable operators to exercise RTI
Govt gives in to babus, cripples RTI 21.7.2006 Hindustan Times
Govt gives in to babus, cripples RTI
Amendment to take life out of RTI Act: CIC : HindustanTimes.com 21.7.2006 Hindustan Times
Amendment to take life out of RTI Act: CIC : HindustanTimes.com
Govt gives in to babus, takes life out of RTI law 21.7.2006 Hindustan Times
Govt gives in to babus, takes life out of RTI law
SVU in a fix over RTI Act implementation 21.7.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Information Commissioner issues summons to Registrar
Ambiguities in RTI to be removed 20.7.2006 Rediff: News
The Bill will be discussed in the next session of Parliament.
RTI amendment cleared, file notings to be kept out 20.7.2006 DNA: India
Besides keeping file notings out of the RTI Act, Union Public Service Commission examination papers would also be exempt.
Cabinet and strategic file notings not for the public, says Government 20.7.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: The Union Cabinet on Thursday acted on the Central Information Commission’s (CIC) recommendation of putting the file notings under the ambit of the Right to Information Act, 2005.
RTI could improve governance: Manmohan 20.7.2006 New Kerala: India News
<IMG src="http://www.newkerala.net/april/images/t/manmohan-singh-6.jpg" align=left>New Delhi: The Right to Information (RTI) Act could become a key to improving governance by cutting corruption and ensuring public service delivery goals are met, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said here Thursday.
Cut down on red tape: PM tells senior bureaucrats 20.7.2006 New Kerala: India News
<IMG src="http://www.newkerala.net/april/images/t/manmohan-singh-2.jpg" align=left>New Delhi: A promise of good governance that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh made from the ramparts of the Red Fort in his maiden speech, today again got a fillip when he told the Chief Secretaries of various states to cut down on red tape of every kind so as to ensure that any public-administration interface turns out to be a pleasant one.
Bill to remove ambiguities in RTI Act soon 20.7.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: A Bill to remove certain ambiguities in the Right to Information Act 2005 to make it more effective and progressive will be introduced in the ensuing session of Parliament.
RTI amendment cleared, file notings to be kept out 20.7.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: The cabinet Thursday cleared an amendment to the Right to Information (RTI) Act to remove ambiguities and make it more effective while exempting secretary level file notings from its ambit.
Bloggers fume, threaten PIL 20.7.2006 Deccan Herald
Bloggers fume, threaten PIL
Amendments to the Right to Information Act, 2005 20.7.2006 Govt of india: PIB
Amendments to the Right to Information Act, 2005
Right to Information to go down to grassroots: Commissioners 20.7.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
State Information Commissioners to review implementation
RTI amendment cleared by Cabinet 20.7.2006 TOI: India
The cabinet has cleared an amendment to the Right to Information Act to 'remove ambiguities and make it more effective'.
Restrictions introduced to RTI Act 20.7.2006 Sify News
No right to know file notings 20.7.2006 The Indian Express -- Front Page
In a move that is likely to reduce the spectrum of information that citizens can access from government files, the Union Cabinet today approved an Amendments Bill to the Right to Information Act...
Demand RTI, workshop tells B'lore 19.7.2006 CNN-IBN: India
Sakshi Trust, a non-profit organisation in B'lore organised a workshop on Right to information to inform citizens about the act.
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