User: fredericknoronha Topic: Right to Information
Category: right to information
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Government flayed on file notings 9.12.2005 Hindu: National
Desperate attempt by vested interests to protect their identities from being exposed
Right to Information Act implemented fully: Rangasamy 8.12.2005 Hindu: Other States
International conference on `Information Security' inaugurated
RTI being subverted, one RTI custodian writes to PM 8.12.2005 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Slamming the bureaucracy for what he calls their eroding the Right to Information Act, O P Kejariwal, one of the four Information Commissioners with the Central Information Commission, has written an open letter to the Prime Minister on the need to bring file notings within the law's ambit.
?Right to Information Act will lead to better governance? 7.12.2005 The Assam Tribune
?Right to Information Act will lead to better governance?
DDA accused of flouting norms of RTI Act 7.12.2005 Hindu: New Delhi
"Form `A' runs contrary to the Act"
TODAY'S EDITORIAL: Spirit of Inquiry 7.12.2005 TOI: Editorial
Active citizenry alone can deliver on RTI Act.
Spices Board implementing Right to Information Act 6.12.2005 HBL: Agri-Biz & Commodities
COONOOR: The Spices Board has announced the steps taken by it for the implementation of the Right to Information Act, 2005. The Board has designated the Deputy Director, Mr Charles J. Kithu, as the Public Information Officer at its ...
Appointment of IAS officers against RTI 5.12.2005 TOI: India
The proponents of RTI argued that infusion of talent from outside would make the information commission independent.
RTI Act not comprehensive: judge 4.12.2005 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
The law will benefit the common man only when the scope is expanded
Armed Forces should have been kept out of RTI: Navy chief 3.12.2005 Rediff: News
Armed Forces should have been kept out of RTI: Navy chief
Keep armed forces out of Information Act: Adm. Prakash 3.12.2005 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Arun Prakash on Friday strongly advocated for the exclusion of the Defence Services from the ambit of the Right to Information Act in view of their involvement in handling National Security issues.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 3.12.2005 Deccan Herald
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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Bid to curtail Right to Information Act condemned 3.12.2005 Hindu: National
`A retrograde step' says NCPRI
Seek the doctor for that secret infection 2.12.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
For treatment and total cure
Manmohan orders changes in RTI Act 2.12.2005 Hindu: Breaking News
Govt retracts on RTI Act 2.12.2005 Rediff: News
Govt retracts on RTI Act
Army will implement Right to Information Act 2.12.2005 Rediff: News
Army will implement Right to Information Act
Another muster roll fraud exposed 2.12.2005 India Together
A public hearing in Chhatisgarh showed in October that nearly 80% of money allocated for a project under the National Food For Work Programme in Surguja district was embezzled. Corrupt officials are rarely caught, let alone punished, but public tolerance of corruption may be rapidly dwindling.
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Manmohan orders changes in Information Act 2.12.2005 Hindu: Front Page
File notings related to identifiable individuals, organisations to be exempted
Himachal working on modalities of RTI Act 2.12.2005 Hindu: Other States
SHIMLA: The Himachal Pradesh Institute of Public Administration organised a high-level workshop on the Right to Information for the Government Principal Secretaries, Secretaries, various heads of departments and senior officials here on Thursday. ...
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