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Birth/Death Certificates can be applied Under RTI Act: HC

Shakti Singh Vs State Information Commission, Haryana and others (Punjab and Haryana HC)

Under the RTI Act, disclosure of information is a norm and refusal an exception. In other words, information cannot be denied under the RTI Act unless exempted from disclosure in accordance with Sections 8, 9 and 11 only. Section 22 as mentioned above leads the way to making the fundamental right to information a reality by enforcing it b...

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Information of unauthorized construction cannot be denied under RTI

Public information officer Vs V. Chaudhary (Delhi High Court)

Public information officer Vs V. Chaudhary (Delhi High Court) In terms of the RTI Act, all information as available with the public authority is required to be provided to the citizen unless it is exempt from disclosure under Section 8 of the RTI Act or otherwise pertains to the organizations that are excluded from the […]...

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60% denials were in violation of the RTI Act: Study

The assessment found that there is a growing tendency among adjudicators to exempt information from disclosure citing grounds which are not provided for in the RTI Act. From among the appeals where part or full information was denied, more than 60% denials were in violation of the RTI Act, i.e. the IC denied information on grounds which a...

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Income Tax Survey Information cannot be denied under RTI without communicating reasons for such rejection

Mr. Champa Lal Soni Vs. CPIO & ITO (Central Information Commission)

On being queried, if there existed any specific provision regarding non-disclosure of survey related information to the concerned Assessee, he cited the provision of the Finance Bill, 2017....

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Claim Interest on Income Tax Refund for delay

DELAYS AREN'T DENIALS -Before getting into the actual process, it is important to know some of the reasons that may have caused the delay. If your bank account details or your PAN number is entered incorrectly in the form or you end up filing your tax in the wrong ward/circle, then the chances for delay are high.Tax authorities have espe...

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Personal information like T.A. bill cannot be directed to be given under RTI Act, 2005

Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education Vs Public Information Officer (Chhattisgarh High Court)

Personal information like T.A. bill etc. cannot be directed to be given under the Right to Information Act, 2005 in view of Section 8(1)(j) of the said Act....

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People Legitimately Expect Antiquities like Kohinoor to be brought Back: CIC

B K S R Ayyangr Vs. Archaeological Survey Of India (Central Information Commission, Delhi)

The appellant sought information regarding efforts made by the Government of India along with the related documents and correspondence for bringing into India (i) Koh-i-Noor diamond, (ii)Sultanganj Buddha, (iii) Nassak Diamond (iv) The Sword and ring of Tipu Sultan, (v) The golden throne of Maharaja Ranjit Singh (vi) Royal Jade wine cup o...

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Allow Inspection of Answer Sheets to Examinee Under RTI Act: CIC to Delhi University

Mr. Mohit Kumar Gupta Vs CPIO, University of Delhi (Central Information Commission)

Central Information Commission instructs University of Delhi to allow inspection of his own answer sheet to the Appellant Mr. Mohit Kumar Gupta as sought in the RTI application within a period of 15 days from the date of receipt of this order....

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Details on RTI Amendments cannot be disclosed: DoPT

No.12/207/2018-IR (14/06/2018)

The matter regarding amendment in the RTI Act, 2005 is under consideration and has not reached finality. As per section 8(1)0) of the RTI Act, 2005, information requested by you cannot be supplied at this stage....

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Under RTI act petitioner cannot elicit answer to his queries or ask for any ‘opinion’ or ‘advice’

Mr. Ankit Garg Vs CPIO, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Insolvency And Bankruptcy Board of India)

RTI Act does not cast on the public authority any obligation to answer queries in which the petitioner attempts to elicit answer to his queries with prefixes as why, what when and whether. The petitioner’s right extends only to seeking information as defined in section 2(f) either by pointing the file document, paper or record etc., or ...

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