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Right to Information

The Right to Information Act came into effect on Wednesday. However, the appointment of retired or serving civil servants to the Central Information Commissions will only bring in bureaucracy. With bureaucracy come red tapism and corruption. This might just defeat the motto of the Act.

Deepshikha Bhattcharyya

New Delhi

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