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UPA woos Left to clear RTI changes 17.8.2006 Financial Express
UPA woos Left to clear RTI changes
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Fight for the Right to Information! 17.8.2006 Rediff: News
Fight for the Right to Information! Don't let the government amend this act.
Info at the click of mouse in districts soon 17.8.2006 New Indian Express
Info at the click of mouse in districts soon
Elocution contest to be held on RTI 17.8.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
VISAKHAPATNAM: As a part of creating awareness on the Right to Information (RTI) Act, Jana Chaitanya Vedika (JCV), an NGO, will organise an elocution competition on the Act at Vysakhi Jalaudyanavanam on August 20. The competition will be ...
Elocution contest to be held on RTI 17.8.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
VISAKHAPATNAM: As a part of creating awareness on the Right to Information (RTI) Act, Jana Chaitanya Vedika (JCV), an NGO, will organise an elocution competition on the Act at Vysakhi Jalaudyanavanam on August 20. The competition will be ...
Loss of a right 17.8.2006 TOI: Editorial
Even after a decision is taken, one would only have access to limited information.
Column: From farce to tragedy 17.8.2006 Rediff: News
The number of working days during which Parliament meets has shrunk by a fifth. Parliament now devotes only 14 per cent of its time to legislative business.
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Hazare's indefinite fast enters eighth day 17.8.2006 New Kerala: India News
Alandi (Pune), Aug 16: Noted social activist Anna Hazare's fast-unto-death against the Centre's proposed amendments in the Right to Information Act entered the eighth day today and ruled out calling it off.
Hazare's indefinite fast enters eighth day 17.8.2006 New Kerala: India News
Alandi (Pune), Aug 16: Noted social activist Anna Hazare's fast-unto-death against the Centre's proposed amendments in the Right to Information Act entered the eighth day today and ruled out calling it off.
Protest against move to amend Right to Information Act 17.8.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
President urged to prevail upon the Centre to drop the draft Bill
Briefly 17.8.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Transport Minister N. Cheluvaraya Swamy on Wednesday launched "Saarige Sourabha," a monthly magazine for Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) passengers and its English version "The Travellers' Choice." KSRTC has designed the ...
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Call to accelerate pace of economic development 16.8.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
National flag hoisted by various organisations in the city "Right to Information Act is a revolutionary measure in the annals of Indian democracy"
CIC sore over dilutions in RTI Act 16.8.2006 Financial Express
CIC sore over dilutions in RTI Act
PIL filed in SC against RTI amendments 16.8.2006 Rediff: News
Retired civil servant and social activist Arun Bhatia has filed the PIL.
V P Singh talks to Anna Hazare 16.8.2006 New Kerala: India News
<IMG src="http://www.newkerala.net/april/images/t/v-p-singh-1.jpg" align=left>Pune, Aug 15: Former prime minister V P Singh, today had a telephonic conversation with the noted social activist Anna Hazare, who is on a fast unto death since August 9 against the proposed amendments in the Right to Information Act.
Taking the message of communal harmony to colleges 16.8.2006 New Indian Express
Taking the message of communal harmony to colleges
Protest against amending RTI Act 16.8.2006 Hindu: Kerala
KOCHI: The Centre for Public Policy Research, a city-based research organisation, has launched a campaign against the proposed amendments to the Right To Information (RTI) Act. The Act, which provides citizens the right to gain information on ...
PM hopes RTI will empower people : HindustanTimes.com 16.8.2006 Hindustan Times
PM hopes RTI will empower people : HindustanTimes.com
PM hopes RTI will empower people 16.8.2006 NDTV National
Amid a controversy over the amendments proposed in the Right to Information (RTI) Act, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today hoped that the legislation
Protests may delay bill to curb RTI Act 15.8.2006 CNN-IBN: India
A bill that seeks to amend the RTI Act might not get past Parliament during the current session.
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