Advisory by Govt. of India on S. 66A of the IT Act

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Advisory on section 66A of Information technology act

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Special Drive for Voter Enrolment

Another Opportunity to register yourself as a Voter

Special Drive for Voter Registration

9th June to 30th June 2014

 

Mere possession of an Election Photo Identity Card is not sufficient but one has to ensure his name in the electoral roll. Therefore, please ensure your name in the electoral roll.
Please Note : It any elector’s name has got deleted from the electoral roll then he is requested to fill Form 6

  • Persons who complete 18 years on or before 01-01-2014 are eligible for enrollment
  • Persons whose names have been deleted from voters list but claim to be residing at same address can fill Form No. 6 alongwith proof to register themselves afresh.
  • Form can be submitted to the nearest Polling Stations or at Central Polling Station of assembly constituency. For details visit our website or call on call center number

Website : ceo.maharashtra.gov.in   Call : 1800221950

Mumbai City District : electionmumbaicity.org   Call : 1800221951

Mumbai Suburban District :    electionmsd.blogspot.in                           Call : 26414100

Thane District : thaneelection.in

For Search through SMS type <EPIC ID> <SPACE>< VOTER ID CARD 10 DIGIT NO> and send to 9869889966

 


Make the Government Work for you !

While the Right To Information Act (RTI) 2005 is well-known, there is another hardly-known tool available in Maharashtra called “Government Servants Regulation of Transfers and Prevention of Delay in Discharge of Official Duties Act, 2006” popularly also known as  Right to Service Act or Transfers and Delays Act (RS Act). In order to bring this Act to light, Moneylife foundation held a seminar “Make the Government Work for you” on 23 May 2014 with Shailesh Gandhi, former Central Information Commissioner (CIC). 
 
Mr Gandhi started the seminar by giving a brief about the foundation of the RS Act as a result of Anna Hazare’s demands, which led to the first ordinance being issued in 2003. The Act was passed in 2006 and the relevant rules came into existence in November 2013.