Right to Information (RTI) is a new paradigm of governance in India. Shouldering high hopes in a short span of time, the literature on the RTI Act is still evolving compared to the widespread public interest that this law has generated. This book demarcates the beneficiaries of the law. Presenting the status, issues and strategies of various provisions of RTI Act in detail, the volume analyzes the facts in the light of the decisions of the Central Information Commission, superior courts and global best practices. [the book] will prove to be a useful asset for all those involved or using RTI will also be a handy guide for watchdogs at Information Commissions and those handling RTI petitions at public authorities. Subhash Chandra Agrawa, noted RTI Activist and Guinness Record Holder The author has put together a useful compilation of ideas and best practices that have the potential to significantly alter the processes adopted by public authorities for dealing with information requests - Venkatesh Nayak, noted RTI Activist".

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2014