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CIC: Unless proved that record was destroyed as per the prescribed rules of retention policy, it is deemed to be held by public authority; Claim of file missing has no legality; It amounts to breach of Public Records Act, 1993 & is punishable     Right to Information Act 2005    Information regarding a Consumer Forum case & Motor Own Damage case was sought - CIC: information sought is third party information held in fiduciary capacity by United India Insurance; investigation is also in progress; denial upheld     Right to Information Act 2005    PIO: Appellant’s income exceeds Rs. 60,000/- & hence she is not entitled for old age pension - Appellant wanted to know as to how many people in his village were denied old age pension - CIC: It is not third party information; provide it     Right to Information Act 2005    CIC: Communications between Chief Justice of India and Union of India about the representations against former Chief Justice of India, Mr. K. G. Balakrishnan, is not privileged correspondence as per RTI Act or Constitution of India     Right to Information Act 2005    Copies of Measurement Book for details of measurement for repairs undertaken at the bungalow of GM, ECL was denied u/s 8(1)(d) - CIC: MB is basically an account of quantity of work done, material received, actual measurement etc; provide copy     Right to Information Act 2005    Request for information regarding free air travel to ministers/ directors/ employees/ etc. was not replied - Complainant asked to treat his complaint as appeal - CIC agreed & asked Air India to provide information; show cause for imposition of penalty     Right to Information Act 2005    Sewa Hami Adhiniyam to be introduced in Maharashtra     Right to Information Act 2005    17 tubectomies performed for every vasectomy done in Mumbai     Right to Information Act 2005    UP SIC takes a strict view for delay in replying to the RTI applications     Right to Information Act 2005    Proper record keeping in soft form required for robust computerised banking operation     Right to Information Act 2005    No representative of political party appears before the CIC in response to notice     Right to Information Act 2005    Is it the D day for the political parties?     Right to Information Act 2005    Criteria for marking official records 'Top Secret', 'Secret' and 'Confidential' made public     Right to Information Act 2005    PIO’s work does not end with mere transfer of RTI application     Right to Information Act 2005    Shouldn’t Madras High Court also review its RTI Fee Rules?     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

How to file a RTI application

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