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Information regarding notice issued to appellant for payment of property tax - CIC takes adverse note of the gross insensitivity & callousness exhibited towards 75 years old appellant who was forced to file an RTI application after getting a wrong notice     Right to Information Act 2005    CIC: the copy of the transfer orders of an employee is in relation to the public activity and hence to be disclosed; the copies of the applications for transfer made by the employees are ‘personal information’ and may not be disclosed under RTI     Right to Information Act 2005    Information regarding expenses made on conducting meetings of agents were sought - CIC: provide the total amount budgeted & actual expenditure incurred in organising All India Agents Meet 2011-12 and the number of the LIC Agents who attended this Meet     Right to Information Act 2005    PIO had denied information regarding the bids for a tender by the bank for premises required claiming that the tendering process was not over; now the tendering process is over - CIC: provide the information keeping in view the RTI Act     Right to Information Act 2005    As the hearing through video conferencing could not be held due to technical problems, the complainant was contacted on mobile phone - CIC: Registrar General & Census directed to comply with section 4(1)(b) in 3 months and send a compliance report     Right to Information Act 2005    CIC: copies of letters transferring the applications u/s 6 (3) (ii) were endorsed to Appellant who did not object to the transfer at that stage; the replies received from the PIO cannot be presumed to contain the replies of the FAA also; matter remanded     Right to Information Act 2005    Former PM ManMohan Singh retains 101 gifts while demitting office     Right to Information Act 2005    21 cases of sexual assault are pending for over 10 years in Tamilnadu     Right to Information Act 2005    How disabled friendly is the city of Vadodara?     Right to Information Act 2005    RTI awareness programme organised in VRS Engineering College     Right to Information Act 2005    No plans to amend the RTI Act to bring co-operative societies under it     Right to Information Act 2005    Apex Court takes cognisance of illegal occupation of government bungalows     Right to Information Act 2005    Amendment to the Public Interest Disclosure Resolution by the government     Right to Information Act 2005    Should the members of the statutory bodies be asked to go with change in Centre?     Right to Information Act 2005    What are the plans of the government regarding transparency and accountability?     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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