14 Oct 2011
After a hiatus of few years, Jharkhand government is all set to introduce the Citizen’s Charter and the Right to Service Act in the state from November 15, the state’s foundation day. A formal declaration in this context was made by Chief Minister Arjun Munda on Thursday.
02 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Seeking to enhance client satisfaction in respect of maintenance services across the country, the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) has come out with a 'maintenance charter' specifying time frames for attending to different types of complaints.
21 Apr 2016
New Delhi: When Shailendra Singh asked some questions on the achievement advertisements of the Delhi government by filing an RTI, the reply he got from the Arvind Kejriwal led government was not satisfactory.
06 Mar 2013
Aiming at bringing more transparency into service delivery system, the Punjab Government has decided to bring more services under the ambit of Right to Service (RTS) Act.
17 Nov 2015
Moscow: The Russian passenger plane that crashed in Egypt was brought down by a homemade bomb placed on board in a 'terrorist' act, the head of Russia's FSB security service told President Vladimir Putin today.
21 Apr 2015
Mumbai: It is not a fundamental right of a citizen to eat beef and the state legislation can regulate consumption of flesh of animals, the Maharashtra government on Tuesday told the Bombay High Court.
29 Oct 2011
Taking cues from the NDA ruled states like Bihar and Madhya Pradesh, the Uttarakhand government introduced Right to Service Act in the state.
18 Mar 2014
Dubai: A Dubai-based Indian organisation plans to charter flights for Kerala voters, who wish to vote in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
16 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today 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.
24 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Political parties should not be brought under the ambit of Right to Information (RTI) Act by terming them 'public authorities' as this would not only hamper their smooth working but help political rivals to file pleas with malicious intention to seek information, government told the Supreme Court today.