Central Administrative Tribunal Dismisses Original Application On Grounds of being Inefficient

The Central Administrative Tribunal, Allahabad decided on a case where the candidate’s case was different from his community members dated June 10th, 2021.

Central Information Commission Gives Directions on the Matters Related to the Exploitation of Dowry

The Central Information Commission decided on a case related to the misuse of dowry on June 11th, 2021.

Central Information Commission Orders to Strictly Avoid Mysterious Replies, Says Any Denial in RTI Matters Should Be Given Proper Hindrance

A written submission dated 28.5.2021 was received by the PIO stating the RTI application was transferred to another district of the PIO on the date 24.4.2019. Here, the commission directed to mark the unnecessary transfer of the RTI application and disposed of the case.

Central Information Commission Directs CPIO to Comply With the Ethics of RTI Act

The Central Information Commission decided on the case dated 4th June 2021, which was filed on the PIO under the RTI Act.

ITAT Upholds Assessee’s Eligibility For Deduction u/s 10(B)

Aggrieved by the order dated 1.1.2019 passed by the Learned Commissioner of the Income Tax, an appeal was filed where the tribunal rejected the arguments for the Assessee.

Central Information Commission Directs CPIO to Bestow A Reply Defending RTI

An RTI appeal was filed in the Central Information Commission seeking the information of the letter enclosed by the CPIO.

CIC Directs CPIO To Provide Desired Information to Appellant Leaving Out Personal Details Submitted by Third Party 

On May 31st, 2021, the Central Information Commission decided on a case of the tender process and the misuse of the RTI Act 2005. It also observed that the reply of the CPIO was unacceptable. The Commission also directed the CPIO to sought proper information keeping in mind the nature of the RTI act. The Commission also referred to the judgment of the division bench of the Jharkhand High Court, in State of Jharkhand v. Navin Kumar Sinha and Anr., AIR 2008 Jharkhand 19 dated 08/08/2007. 

Central Information Commission Dismisses Complaint, Says There is No Proof of CPIO Not Fulfilling Duties

In this order, the Tribunal had checked the validity of the complaint filed by the Complainant.

Central Information Commission Disposes Appeal Seeking Personal Information From PIO

Heeralal Samariya, Information Commissioner decided the Second Appeal sent by the Appellant to the Central Information Commission.

Central Information Commission Dismisses Appeal Seeking Information Seeking From National Police Academy

Y.K. Sinha, Chief information commissioner decided the Second Appeal (No.  CIC/SPNPA/A/2018/637591) filed by the Appellant.

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