Iyer | 9 Jan 02:18 2014
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[HumJanenge] AAdhar Cards

The AAdhar card quotes that the Government can share information about public and sell the information to other countries.

Now how about the informations about  VVIPs like Sonia, Rahul, Political leaders, top officials?

Did they applied and got AAdhar cards? Will the government share the information  about judges in SC, HC, CBI Officers, CMs, CS etc?

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Mohit Goel | 29 Dec 06:41 2013
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Re:: [HumJanenge] Re: [HumJanenge-YG] application under delhi right to information act


Sarbajit ji

Thanks for your feedback. Request to please throw light on my questions in initial mail since discussion
took different turn 

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On Sat 28 Dec, 2013 1:42 PM GMT Sarbajit Roy wrote:

>It has not been repealed. It is still in force. Application fee is Rs.
>25 and Rs. 5 per page.
>
>On 12/28/13, bimal khemani <bimal.khemani@...> wrote:
>>
>>
>>  Delhi right to information act 2001. has been repealed after coming of RTI
>> Act,2005
>>
>> Bimal Khemani
>> RTI activist
>> ALIGARH-202001
>> INDIA
>> Mob:935-972-4625
>>
>> On Saturday, 28 December 2013 1:24 PM, Mohit Goel <mr_mohitg@...>
>> wrote:
>>
>>
>> Dear Members
>>
>> CIC has long waiting time for appeal disposal. I need urgent information
>> from Directorate of education and thinking of using Delhi right to
>> information act 2001.
>>
>> 1. kindly advise if appeal disposable time by Public grievance commission is
>> as high as CIC.
>>
>> 2. would it be advisable to use above act , since i have never used it
>> before. I just wanted information about school fee hike in shortest time and
>> in all my prev RTI applications under RTI 2005 act DOE has given incomplete
>> responses etc and it would take another 6 months to get info by the time
>> case is heard in the CIC.
>>
>> request to please guide on the matter and oblige
>>
>> regards
>> Mohit
>>
>
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Sarbajit Roy | 28 Dec 14:42 2013
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[HumJanenge] Re: [HumJanenge-YG] application under delhi right to information act

It has not been repealed. It is still in force. Application fee is Rs.
25 and Rs. 5 per page.

On 12/28/13, bimal khemani <bimal.khemani@...> wrote:
>
>
>  Delhi right to information act 2001. has been repealed after coming of RTI
> Act,2005
>
> Bimal Khemani
> RTI activist
> ALIGARH-202001
> INDIA
> Mob:935-972-4625
>
> On Saturday, 28 December 2013 1:24 PM, Mohit Goel <mr_mohitg@...>
> wrote:
>
>
> Dear Members
>
> CIC has long waiting time for appeal disposal. I need urgent information
> from Directorate of education and thinking of using Delhi right to
> information act 2001.
>
> 1. kindly advise if appeal disposable time by Public grievance commission is
> as high as CIC.
>
> 2. would it be advisable to use above act , since i have never used it
> before. I just wanted information about school fee hike in shortest time and
> in all my prev RTI applications under RTI 2005 act DOE has given incomplete
> responses etc and it would take another 6 months to get info by the time
> case is heard in the CIC.
>
> request to please guide on the matter and oblige
>
> regards
> Mohit
>

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