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Aadhaar not mandatory: You may or may not share your details

11/09/2017

There is no law of the country that mandates Aadhaar as a proof of identity for any purpose, except for benefits of PDS Scheme; LPG Distribution Scheme; Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employement… Read More

On approaching the High Court, BSNL supplies answer to RTI appeal two years after the original appeal

23/06/2017

Tapas Pal v. Assistant General Manager (Administration), Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited and Others., W.P. 13949 of 2017 at the High Court at Calcutta

The Petitioner, Tapas Pal has… Read More

SC allows disclosure of evaluated answer-sheets to examinee under RTI

09/08/2011

In a landmark judgement, the Supreme Court allowed disclosure of the answer-sheets to the examinee, under Right to Information (RTI) Act.
The bench comprising Hon’ble Mr Justice RV Raveendran and… Read More

SC allows disclosure of evaluated answer-sheets to examinee under RTI

09/08/2011

New Delhi, August 9, 2011: In a landmark judgement today, the Supreme Court allowed disclosure of the answer-sheets to the examinee, under Right to Information (RTI) Act.

The bench comprising… Read More

Delhi HC sets aside CIC order to gag complainant

12/01/2011

New Delhi: While deciding a writ petition filed by an employee with the BHEL, Hon’ble Delhi High Court has recently set aside the order of the Central Information Commission (CIC) imposing the cost… Read More

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