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Wednesday, February 28, 2007


The Times of India wants to highlight instances where readers have used the Right to Information Act to expose corruption or government apathy to get justice and to force the administration into action or simply to ensure greater transparency in governance. The best cases will be published every week with a photograph of the contributor. Please e-mail case details (including your contact numbers) to or post it to Right to Information Campaign, Editorial Department, The Times of India, Dr D N Road, Mumbai — 400001

1 comment:

Aradhana said...

I was surprised to say the least when my daughter's 10th board papers were announced.When she got marks for the other subjects as predicted ,it was English and Maths marks that left me and my daughter baffled.I am keen to find out the truth if she has acctually noe written as she described or was there any mistake on the part of the examiner.I would like to check the answer scripts .If that is possible and how should I go about it.Please let me know.