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Supreme Court(Disposal of Request)/ High Courts(Disposal of Request)
S.No. CIC CASE DATE OF JUDGMENT JUDGMENT
151 CIC/SM/A/2010/000768
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09 Dec, 2010 Smt. Sheela vs CPIO, Punjab National Bank

The appellant sought information from the CPIO including photocopies of the relevant records relating to the allotment of flat by the NOIDA to the Appellant. For wrongfully denying the information at the beginning and then providing it much after the stipulated period, the CPIO has rendered himself liable for imposition of penalty in terms of section20(1) of the RTI Act. Section 6(1)
152 CIC/DS/A/2010/000884
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09 Dec, 2010 Shri Jagga Singh, Karnal vs The United India Insurance Co.Ltd, Chandigrah/Chennai

The applicant filed RTI application before the CPIO, the United India Insurance Co. Ltd., Regional Office, Chandigarh seeking information on the working and volume of business of the Development Officers, Karnal and also about the business brought in by the brokers and brokerage paid to them. The Commission directed the respondent to provide the information as sought by the appellant since it pertains to the functioning of the public authority and does not compromise its commercial position. Section 6(1)
153 CIC/LS/A/2010/000576
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02 Dec, 2010 Shri Raj Kumar, New Delhi vs O/o the Commissioner of Income Tax, Khatauli/Muzaffarnagar

The applicant sought information from the CPIO regarding action taken on his letter dated 8th June, 2008 and 11 June 2009 submitted in the office of DG IT (Investigation)/ income tax officer. CIC held that information sought by the appellant pertains to third party and therefore the same cannot be disclosed as it attracts the provisions of section 8(1)(j) of the RTI Act. CIC further observed that, the appellant is defending himself before a court of law and it is not appropriate to utilize RTI Act as a means to obtain information by parties involved in private litigation since they have recourse to the judicial channel through which the same information can be presented before the court through appropriate court order to the Department. Section 6(1)
154 CIC/DS/A/2011/002221/RM
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09 Jul, 2010 Dr. Sudhakar Tiwari, Chief Commissioner of IT(retd), Lucknow vs Directorate General of Income Tax (Vigilance), New Delhi

The appellant submitted that the charge sheet which had been filed against him, has been quashed by the CAT Allahabad Section 8(1)(g)
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