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Seven Aids to Using Right to Information

For those who are looking for guidance on filing RTI applications, and looking for RTI application formats etc, here are some helpful resources. 

1. BILINGUAL versions of RTI Act 2005:
(by Dr.Chandrakant Pulkundwar)

a) English-Hindi: http://tinyurl.com/RTI-Act-Eng-Hindi

b) English-Marathi: http://tinyurl.com/RTI-Act-Eng-Marathi

2.     Key JUDGMENTS of various High Courts on RTI (CASE LAW DIGEST) http://tinyurl.com/RTI-Case-Law-Digest  
(By YASHADA’s RTI Cell led by Prahlad Kachare)

3.    PIO’s GUIDE to RTI Act: http://tinyurl.com/RTI-PIOs-Guide  
(By Shailesh Gandhi, Central Information Commissioner) 


4. RTI Act with NOTES FOR INTERPRETATION of various sections: http://tinyurl.com/RTI-Act-with-notes
(By Shailesh Gandhi, Central Information Commissioner) 

5. RTI Act Simplified & ABRIDGED: http://tinyurl.com/RTI-Act-Simplified
(RTI Act in English, simplified and reduced from 10,800 words to 4,300 words) 

 6. TIPS & TRICKS on filing good RTI applications: http://tinyurl.com/RTI-Tips-n-Tricks
(Four articles with points to guide RTI activists and applicants) 

 7. RTI APPLICATION FORMATS: http://tinyurl.com/RTI-Application-Formats
(By Shailesh Gandhi, Central Information Commissioner) 

Warm Regards, 
Krish 
98215 88114 
sahasipadyatri@gmail.com 

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