RTIA

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RTIARight to Information Act, 2005 (India)
RTIAReno/Tahoe International Airport (Reno, NV, USA)
RTIARetail Technology Industry Association
RTIARegional Trade and Investment Area
RTIARegatta Time in Abaco (northern Bahamas)
RTIAReceipts Taken Into Account
RTIARoad Traffic Infringement Agency (South Africa)
RTIARegional Transportation Improvement Authority (Washington state)
RTIARadiation, Toxics, and Indoor Air (WV Office of Environmental Health Services division)
RTIARegional Trade and Investment Agreement
RTIARegional Telecommunications Infrastructure Account (Australia)
RTIARegional Tourism Industry Association (Canada)
RTIARisk Transfer Insurance Alliance, LLC
RTIAReactor Thermionic Ionization Analyzer
RTIARegional Traffic Impact Analysis
RTIARatio Test Integer Aperture
RTIAreactor thermionic ionization analysis
RTIAReal-Time Information to Aircraft (US DoD)
RTIARobotic Technology Integration and Assessment
RTIARuntime Infrastructure Ambassador
RTIARecreational Trails of Illinois Act
RTIARail Training Innovations Australasia
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The Right to Information Act, 2005 was enacted to provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens to secure access to information under the control of public authorities, in order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority, the constitution of a Central Information Commission and State Information Commissions and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
In fact, the said documents produced by the petitioners unauthorisedly are also exempt from disclosure under Section 8 (1) (a) of the Right to Information Act, 2005," the affidavitsaid.
Rights-based approach demands guaranteed access to information, the movement which led to the enactment of Right to Information Act, 2005, replacing the erstwhile Freedom of information Act, 2002.
The Right to Information Act, 2005 applies to any public authority.
Right to Information Act, 2005 explains about right of every citizens of India except the state of Jammu and Kashmir, to know what is contained in any material in any form including records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press releases, circulars, orders, logbooks, reports, papers, sample, models, data materials held in any electronic form and information relating to any private body which can be accessed by a public authority under any other law for the time being in force but does not include "the notings" {(S.2(f)}.
Under Section 4 of the Right to Information Act, 2005 every Public Authority including NACO is required to disclose information voluntarily," says Vikas Ahuja from DNP+.
All NSFs getting covered by this provision are required to designate Central Public Information Officers and Appellate Authorities as per Section 5 of the Right to Information Act, 2005. They are further requested to fulfil their obligations of being a Public Authority, as per Section 4 of the Right to Information Act, 2005.
The Right to Information Act, 2005 has been one of the most path-breaking legislative measures of Modern India passed by the UPA government on October 13, 2005 that empowers the common people to get clarity on decisions and actions of the government, at all levels, across government departments at the panchayat, municipal, State and even Central level.
The information pertaining to your brother which has been sought by the investigating officer would be treated as personal information as defined in section 8(1)(j) of the Right to Information Act, 2005. Such information is exempted from disclosure unless a larger public interest is involved which has to be decided by the central public information officer or the State public information officer.
50 of 2008), based loosely on the Indian Right to Information Act, 2005 and was passed by the government of Bangladesh on March 29, 2009.
Subject to the provisions of the Act, Indian citizen can file online application under the Right to Information Act, 2005. Currently, systems of 2,199 Public Authorities have been aligned to receive, process and reply to Online RTIs from the applicants.
Narayanasamy has said that an amendment to Section 2(h) of the Right to Information Act, 2005 will be proposed so that a public authority will be defined as those receiving governmental funding "above 51 per cent," in place of the present usage of "substantial funding."