Category: Online RTI in India

RTI in India for all govt offices including Passport offices, MGNREGA, Developmental works, PWD works, Rural and urban development works, land and revenue related, land acquisition and Income tax, corporate tax, Pension and provident fund related information can be sought through RTI application..

Finance Ministry has no information on Vijay Mallya’s loans

Ministry has no information available on the loans given to the absconding Vijay Mallya , said by Finance Ministry of India.  The finance ministry has told the Central Information Commission (CIC) that it does not have any information regard the loans given to businessman Vijay Mallya, prompting the transparency panel to remark that the response…

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How to file an RTI for EPF withdrawal or transfer claim status?

Are you having issues with your EPF withdrawal or transfer? Are you not getting any information or updates on the status until you visit the EPFO office yourself ? Here is solution for it. You can file a right to information and get information in 30 days. Many people say that after, they have raised…

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MGSIPA Punjab organised training programme on RTI Act

The Mahatma Gandhi State Institute of Public Administration (MGSIPA), Punjab, organised  training programme for senior officers, including public information officers (PIOs) and assistant public information officers (APIOs) of the Ludhiana Municipal Corporation (MC) under the Right to Information (RTI) Act, 2005 yesterday. There were 60 participants took part in the training programme, which was sponsored…

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File RTI only if you are connected with the issue said Dr Jitendra Singh

To reduce workload in Central Information Commission, Union Minister of State Dr Jitendra Singh  said “one should file Right to Information (RTI) only if the person has any connection with the issues”.At the CIC’s Annual Convention, the minister of state for Department of Personnel and Training  said, “We should try to respect the spirit with…

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Government will pay 100% hospital bills of accident victims : Delhi government

FILE RTI ONLINE India has the highest number of road traffic accidents worldwide with over 140,000 deaths occurring annually, beating even China. While annually the nation loses almost 1.5 per cent of its GDP on account of road accidents, India is not even spending 10 per cent of that amount to make our roads safe….

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