Right to Information: An Act for Best Citizenry

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Overview

  • Author :E.M.S. Natchappan
  • Year of Publication :2014
  • ISBN: :9789351250890
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: XII, 418
  • Size: 25 cms
  • Categories: Law, Political Science

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About the Book :

Knowledge is power. Knowledge is enriched by information. A person, legal entity, a society, a corporate body, MNC and any country wants to use the information for their benefits. The amount of information, analysis, research and development enhances the individual’s life, society and the country. Much more importance for information of governance is the soul of democracy. The information and the right to access to it is the foundation of civilization. This book is the exposure of the secret of importance on access to information which was transparent in the early part of civilization but shrinked into the hands of individuals during colonial rule. This made the individual into a slavery system loosing the entire freedom of information from which liberation happened after long struggle in various parts of the world. India could achieve this Right to Information after practicing democracy for about 58 years. This book gives another opportunity to go through the Parliamentary procedure and to enjoy the way the law making is practiced to resolve lot of barriers being created in the system and Anna Hazare to Arvind Kejriwal and world renowned activists have played the role in this transparent law making system.


About Author :

E.M. Sudarsana Natchiappan Minister of State for Commerce and Industry (15th Lok Sabha), Sr Advocate in Supreme Court of India, President, Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi. He is elected member for 13th Lok Sabha, elected Second time Member of Rajya Sabha representing State of Tamil Nadu, and on Panel, Vice Chairman, Rajya Sabha. Chairman Parliamentary department related Standing Committee on Personnel, Public Grievances, and Law and Justice and has formulated 36 Reports in various issues including Equal Property Rights to Women through Amendment of Hindu Succession Act, Reservation of seat for Women in Parliament and Assembly, CBI, UPSC, Electoral Laws, Supreme Court and High Courts etc. He has written to his credit many books including World Trade Organisation - Indian Parliament, Executive and Judiciary. He addressed United Nations General Assembly and other UN Committees. Founder President, Parliamentarians Forum of Human Rights for Global Development. New Delhi.