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RTI provides Assam's poor free gas cylinders Print E-mail

Bapuram Bodo of Shimoluguri , Darrang district, Assam came to know that Assam Government is distributing gas cylinder free of cost to the poor people. The boy who informed him said that Rs. 500/ should be paid to get the gas cylinder. Bapuram denied this offer. After a few days some people of Shimoluguri got new gas cylinders free of cost.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 June 2007 )
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RTI unearths corruption in the procurement of medical supplies in a PSU Print E-mail

Should you happen to casually walk into a primary health centre in any of India's small towns what kinds of medicines would you expect to find stocked on its shelves? Life saving medicines for treating snake bites and rabies? Paracetamol and antibiotics for those suffering from some water borne infection? Vaccines for inoculating babies from life-threatening diseases? Tablets and injections for those suffering from high blood pressure or diabetes? Think again.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 June 2007 )
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Building Inspector immediately sent on deputation because of RTI Act Print E-mail

Source: NDTV
http://origin.ndtv.com/rti/fullstory.asp?story_id=1385

RTI is very good tool in wiping out the corruption in government offices. There are so many illegal constructions going on in Jangaon Municipality, dist: Warangal. However the Building Inspector was on long leave and was not reporting to the duty since March 2006.
I submitted a representation to the Regional Director, Town & Country Planning, Warangal and also the Municipal Commissioner Jangaon, requesting them following information.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 June 2007 )
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Shining example of proactive disclosure in Vadodara Print E-mail

Source: Indian Express,November 28, 2006
http://in.news.yahoo.com/061128/48/69s57.html 

In four tribal blocks of Vadodara district, wall paintings keep tabs on health check-ups and visits by officials, which has helped to boost mother, child care

The 600-odd villages in four tribal blocks of Vadodara have a different kind of writing on their walls now. A village woman notes down the number of pregnant as well as lactating mothers, number of health check-ups, birth and death registrations and, most importantly, the number of talati visits, along with the days the aanganwadi remains open.



Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 June 2007 )
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Five government staffers held for flood relief scam Print E-mail

Source: Outlook, India November 15 2006
http://www.outlookindia.com/pti_news.asp?id=429569 

Five government staffers, including a Suprintendent of Gardens, were today arrested by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) in connection with last year's flood relief scam here, an ACB official said.

Those arrested are Satish Salunkhe, the garden superintendent, Nanashankar Loke, who works with the education department of the Mumbai municipal corporation, Vishnu Nagam, a clerk at a sales tax office in suburban Bandra, Ashok Salunkhe, a driver with transport undertaking BEST, and Raghunath Bansode, employed with a government-owned dairy in subruban Kurla.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 June 2007 )
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