The army on Monday tweeted about the mutilation of the bodies of two Indian soldiers by the Pakistan army but refused to divulge details about such incidents under the Right to Information (RTI) Act, citing "national security" concerns.
The Delhi High Court on Monday stayed a Central Information Commission (CIC) order to CBSE to allow inspection of Class 10th and 12th school records of Union Minister Smriti Irani.
The Central Information Commission (CIC) has slapped a fine of Rs 25,000 on Delhi University's Central Public Information Officer (CPIO) for rejecting an RTI application seeking Prime Minister Narendra Modi's graduation degree.
The Supreme Court of India needs to take an urgent call on the matter to ensure that the great trust the people of India have in this institution of final dispenser of justice is not eroded.
The Gujarat High Court on Friday stayed the Central Information Commission's order asking the Gujarat University to provide information on the degree earned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
The Gujarat High Court on Monday issued notices to Central Information Commission (CIC) and Arvind Kejriwal on a petition filed by the Gujarat University against the CIC's earlier order asking the varsity to provide information on degrees of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the Delhi Chief Minister.
Central Information Commission on Friday directed Delhi University and Gujarat University to provide information on degrees earned by Prime Minister Modi
In an unusual move, Central Information Commission on Friday directed Delhi University and Gujarat University to provide information on degrees earned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who had criticised the functioning of the transparency panel.
RTI activist Rakesh Kumar Tewari also sought a direction to authorities in Uttar Pradesh "to supply the information as sought by the petitioner without putting conditions..."
Former bureaucrats Bimal Julka and Amitava Bhattacharyya and former police officer Divya Prakash Sinha are the three new information commissioners at CIC.
Declassifying Netaji files: Congress squirms in discomfort but Modi must guard against using it as a political tool
Caught with a sense of panic that decades of manipulating history is now coming back to bite it, Congress high command and heavyweight ministers have suddenly started heaping fulsome praise on Bose.
PM Narendra Modi has asked government departments to keep in mind three 'T's - timeliness, transparency and trouble-free approach - while replying to RTI applications as that would help in reducing errors in governance.
A decade on, while activists have hailed the progressive aspects of the Right to Information Act, some have called for a more proactive approach from the government.
A report has said that only five candidates in the 2014 civil services examination could secure more than 50% marks. The topper for the year scored 53.4%.
The notices were issued in response to a plea by NGO Association for Democratic Reforms.
The case diary maintained by police may not be disclosed even after closure of probe as larger public interests warrants against its disclosure, the Central Information Commission has held.
The Prime Minister-led selection committees could not arrive at a decision on the appointment of chiefs of Central Information Commission (CIC) and Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) at a meeting held in New Delhi on Saturday.
The Central Information Commission on Wednesday questioned the government bodies with regard to meeting the requirement of mandatory suo-motu disclosures under the RTI Act and said that there was need for "introspection" as only a little over one-fourth of the 2,276 public authorities have followed statutory guidelines.
The Central Information Commission has asked Delhi government to suo moto make public whether the controversial two-finger test to determine rape has been banned in the national capital.