Monthly Archives: November 2010

RTI and a Sovereign India

India is a sovereign country. Whether this statement is true and in which way right to information Act is contemplated to realize the declaration in  the preamble of the constitution that India is ‘Sovereign Democratic Republic.’ Customary law is defined … Continue reading

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Convocation Address at Kalasalingam University

Great citizens of  World ! In this holy soil of Karma veerar Kamaraj and Gandhian Shri Dr.Kalasalingam I am privileged to address the 22 nd convocation of this vibrant  University  College of Engineering. Respected Founder Chairman of Arulmigu Kalasalingam College … Continue reading

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RTI-Why? What? How? When? Whom to?

Preface Right To Information Act 2005  is the legislative support to operationalise the fundamental rights of the citizen enshrined in the Constitution of India. This legislative effort was attempted by various State Assmblies and the Parliament. Then why there is … Continue reading

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My book on RTI – Chapter : Inherited Bureaucracy

INHERITED BUREAUCRACY British Bureaucracy’s Golden age: Indian civil Services and Indian Administrative Services: In August 1858 the Act Queen Victoria signed transferring the administration of India from East India Company to the British government, and in November of the same … Continue reading

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Interacting with students of Zakhir Hussain College

“Give me 200 youths and I will change the destiny of this country”-this is the faith Swami Vivekananda had in the youths of India. I had a wonderful opportunity to address the students of Zakir Hussain College, Ilayangudi, Sivagangai District … Continue reading

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My book on RTI – Chapter on Competency

The RTI Act encompasses entire India and all the three tiers of Governance and three wings of State: Legislature, Executive and Judiciary The discussion on the very important subject of legislative competence of the Parliament to enact a law which … Continue reading

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Humanrights are very much spoken by all developed and developing countries.It is clear realization of the countries which are led by people’s leaders that human rights are not the issues of Police and people, but of development of the country … Continue reading

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