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Right To Information
Right To Information its various aspects discussed here

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Right to Information as an Exception to Concepts of Locus Standi And PIL
Published : September 02, 2016 | Author : PRASHANTI UPADHYAY | Rating :
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The Right to Information promotes the regime of transparency and shuns the regime of secrecy. Right to Information Act, 2005 was enacted to uphold the democratic ideals of the country and to promote public interest. Any citizen can file a RTI
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Application of RTI Act 2005 on private companies
Published : January 04, 2016 | Author : advchetansharma | Rating :
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In case the applicant (third party) files RTI application and seeks information directly from the Private Companies. Whether It Is Liable to furnish the said information under the RTI Act or Not.
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Expanding Horizons of Right to Information
Published : May 17, 2015 | Author : rupam | Rating :
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Every citizen has a right to impart and receive information as part of his right to information. The State is not only under an obligation to respect this right of the citizen, but equally under an obligation to ensure conditions under which this right can be meaningfully and effectively enjoyed by one and all. Right to information is basic to and indivisible from a democratic polity. This right includes right to acquire information and to disseminate it. Right to information is necessary for self-expression, which is an important means of free conscience and self-fulfillment. It enables people to contribute on social and moral issues. It is the best way to find a truest model of anything, since it is only through it that the widest possible range of ideas can be circulated. This right can be limited only by reasonable restrictions under a law for the purposes mentioned in Article 19(2) of our constitution. Hence no restriction can be placed on the Right to information on the grounds other than those specified under Article 19(2). The said right cannot be denied by creating a monopoly in favour of the government or any other authority.
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Right to Information Act - Boon or Bane
Published : May 05, 2015 | Author : Prajnabhat | Rating :
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The Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI) is a Central Legislation to provide for setting out the particular regime of right to information for citizens. The government of India enacted Right to Information Act in the year 2005 and which came into force on October 12, 2005
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Right to Know-Constitutional Prospective
Published : December 03, 2014 | Author : amandeepkauradvocate | Rating :
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India is worlds biggest democratic country. It is requisite for a democratic society that people have access to information held by public authority. Democracy means government of the people, for the people and by the people. In this type of government, people have chosen the representatives to govern the country. But the common people did not have any right to know about the public policies and expeditors until people have right to know under the umbrella article-21 i.e. right to life and personal liberty. But in a limited sense. It neither bind to public authorities and nor prescribe any punishment for not providing any information to the common people. For a genuine democracy it is essential that accessibility of information at all level for a common people without doing any discrimination our constitution provides us the freedom to speech and expression under article 19(1)(a) . To fulfill the requirement of right to know and right to obtain information from public authorities Right to Information Act, 2005 was enacted. By using this right it is possible to insure good governance and get our rights.
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Section.8(1)(j) of the RTI Act
Published : August 21, 2011 | Author : manjeetsahu381 | Rating :
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RTI Act,2005 was set up to create transparency in the governance of the country but sometimes people use it as a tool for unwarranted invasion of privacy....
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Interpretation of Section 8 (1) (b) of The Right to Information Act, 2005
Published : March 13, 2011 | Author : abhijeetaaryan | Rating :
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regarding matters which are to be forbidden from publication under Section 8(1)(b) of RTI
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