BCCI hit-wicket out by its ousted office-bearers

It is indeed a matter of utmost satisfaction that Supreme Court after a long wait has acted harsh against ever-defiant (now-ousted) President and Secretary of Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) by removing them for their posts after they themselves did not do at their own even after recommendations of Supreme court appointed committee headed by former Chief

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SC could have brought BCCI under RTI Act

By Sant Kumar Sharma  Jammu, July 19: Scandals and defalcation of money had always made news whenever something related to cricket administration comes for discussion. Since cricket is undoubtedly the richest sports in India, unholy games are not a stranger for its administration. Powerful politicians, cutting across party lines, show a rare bonhomie when they discuss cricket. Betting scandals, match

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Why not RTI hearings on video conferencing?

By Sant Kumar Sharma Jammu, June 27, 2016: Some days ago, the Chief Information Commissioner (CIC) was requested to ask other Information Commissioners (ICs) to hear RTI cases through video conferencing. This was basically because some ICs call public authorities and complaints located outside Delhi to appear before them. They do not allow complaints or public authorities to appear before

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Letter from CHRI to J&K CM on RTI

The former Chief Information Commissioner, Mr Wajahat Habibllah, has expressed concern over the implementation of J&K RTI Act, 2009, to the Chief Minister, Ms Mehbbooba Mufti. He wrote a letter some days ago to the CM raising some important issues. His letter focused on following issues relating to the effective implementation of the J&K Right to Information Act, 2009: 1)

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