Recently, on 1st July 2008, the High Court of Karnataka declared that personal information of the public authorities cannot be made available through the Right To Inforamtion Act, 2005. The order was a result of
Sometimes, the sheer beauty of the wares on sale at pavement stalls stops one in one’s tracks…amongst the plastic and the tawdry stuff, sometimes one comes across some jewels. Those are woodcuts, meant to be
There have been quite a few articles recently on disappearing footpaths (or sidewalks), illegal speed breaks etc – so I took these pictures as a pun on BBMP (our favourite punching bag). To their credit,
Looking without …and… Looking within There are many changes in the business environment today. Have you taken stock of your current position and how you may be affected by these changes .. negatively or …Positively?
What is the authoritative answer on what documents are needed if your vehicle is stopped for checking? An RTI application was filed with Bangalore’s police department to find this out. You might say why need
In J P Nagar today, BSNL was conducting a Telephone Mela, with both new connections, mobile phones and internet connections being offered at a considerable discount. Here’s the sign: Another view of the shamiana: The
A key right-to-information question was resolved when the Karanataka High Court on 30 June 2008, declared that registered Co-operative Societies are not public authorities under the RTI Act, 2005. Citing the RTI Act, the High