|S.No.||HIGH COURT CASE||DATE OF JUDGMENT||JUDGMENT|
|1||WPC No. 845/2014||05 Feb, 2014||Shail Sahni Vs Sanjeev Kumar and ors.
Section 7(9) – Information disclosure of which would disproportionately divert the resources of the public authority – The Hon’ble High Court held that the primary duty of the officials of Ministry of Defence is to protect the sovereignty and integrity of India. Misuse of the RTI Act has to be appropriately dealt with, otherwise the public would lose faith and confidence in this ‘Sunshine Act’. A beneficent Statute, when made a tool for mischief and abuse must be checked in accordance with law.
|2||W.P. (C) 5812/2010||08 Nov, 2013||Upsc Vs Pinki Ganeriwal
Section 8(1)(I) – Personal Information- Section 8(2) – Larger Public Interest –Details Of Date Of Birth, Institution & Year Of Passing Graduation, Field Experience Of Company And Marks Obtained In Interview And Caste Of the Selected Eleven Candidates for appointment as Dy. Director Of Mines Safety (Mining) In Director General Of Mines Safety, Dhanbad Under Ministry Of Labour And Employment, New Delhi. Hon’ble High Court of Delhi held that the information such as date of birth, institution and year of passing graduation, filed experience and caste is personal information of the selected candidates.