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Information pertaining to sale of assets of Prime Chem Oil Ltd., a Company which was financed by IDBI Bank Ltd of which the appellant was an ex-Director & Guarantor, was sought - CIC: provide number of bids received & total auction amount received     Right to Information Act 2005    Appellant demanded penalty on the PIO claiming that PIO had rejected the application & the information was supplied only after the FAA’s order - CIC: In cases of malafide or unreasonable conduct, the personal penalty on the PIO can be imposed u/s 20     Right to Information Act 2005    Correspondence between police and DoT - Merely because inspection of the said documents was granted to the petitioner it does not take away the right of the respondents to hold that same is secret and contains classified information     Right to Information Act 2005    CIC: FAA has failed to discharge his duty as FAA as per Section 19(1) of the RTI Act 2005, but, acted in the capacity of CPIO, under section 7(1) of the RTI Act 2005, by providing the required information to the appellant - CIC: Order of FAA quashed     Right to Information Act 2005    Appellant wanted copies of the correspondence contained in the file dealing with his complaint against a public servant for producing fake B.A. degree certificate - CIC: information is exempt from disclosure unless larger public purpose is demonstrated     Right to Information Act 2005    Appellant filed a complaint in the year 2009 against wrongful possession of shops by non-allottees & after an year, sought the action taken on his complaint - He was informed that investigation is pending - CIC: Penalty of Rs. 20,000 imposed on two PIOs     Right to Information Act 2005    State Information Commissioner complains to Governor against denigration and degradation     Right to Information Act 2005    Delhi HC - Medical expenses of SC judges not to be disclosed under RTI Act     Right to Information Act 2005    Analysis of the financial or commercial declaration made by Members of Rajya Sabha     Right to Information Act 2005    Nearly 83% of forest offences in Nagarahole Tiger Reserve remain unsolved     Right to Information Act 2005    Why should MPs continue to stay in Hotels at exorbitant costs?     Right to Information Act 2005    Can the Chief Information Commissioner transfer an Information Commissioner?     Right to Information Act 2005    Guidelines for investigating incidents of extra-judicial killings     Right to Information Act 2005    An analysis of the trends of implementing the Right to Information Act, 2005     Right to Information Act 2005    Disclosure of the Manual of the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption     Right to Information Act 2005   
Payment of Fee

3.b Modes of payment of Fee for the State Government Authorities

The various State Governments have also prescribed their own modes of fees as given below.

State Mode of payment
Arunachal Pradesh Treasury challan in head of account “0070-other Administrative charges
Assam, Goa Demand draft/ cash/ banker’s cheque
Daman & diu Challan form
Delhi, Meghalaya Demand draft/ cash/ banker’s cheque/ postal order
Gujarat Cash/ demand draft/ pay order/non judicial stamp paper
Haryana Cash/ treasury challan
Himachal Pradesh Treasury challan
Karnataka Indian postal order/ D.O./ bankers’ cheque/ pay order/ cash/ treasury challan
Kerala Demand draft/ cash/ banker’s cheque/ pay order/ court fee stamp/ challan
Maharashtra  Demand draft/ cash/ banker’s cheque/ money order
Madhya Pradesh Cash/ treasury challan
Mizoram Treasury challan/ cash/ banker’s cheque
Orissa Cash/ court fee stamp/ challan
Pondicherry Cash/ demand draft/banker’s cheque
Punjab Cash/ demand draft/ cheque/ treasury challan
Rajasthan Demand draft/ cash/ banker’s cheque
Sikkim Bank receipt 
Tamil Nadu Demand draft/ cash/  Banker’s cheque
Tripura  Cash
Uttar Pradesh Cash/ demand draft/ banker’s cheque/ Indian postal order
Uttaranchal Demand draft/ cash/ banker’s cheque
West Bengal Court fee

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