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NEW DELHI: Faced with a certain defeat in the Rajya Sabha over the Lokpal Bill, the government on Thursday ducked the vote, leaving the fate of the landmark anti-corruption legislation in limbo and prompting many parties to term it a sad day for India's parliamentary democracy. UPA ally Trinamool Congress described it as a murder of democracy.
Defeat had stared the government in its face, after all its efforts to persuade Trinamool to give up its opposition to the bill's Lokayukta clause and cajole the Bahujan Samaj Party and Samajwadi Party into walking out of the House had failed.
The Centre on Tuesday tabled a Bill in the Lok Sabha that seeks to provide for electronic delivery of public services by the government to all persons to ensure transparency efficiency, accountability, accessibility and reliability in delivery of such services.
The Electronic Delivery of Services Bill, 2011 was tabled by the Information Technology and Communications Minister Kapil Sibal. As per the provisions of the Bill, the Centre, the States and all public authorities under them shall deliver all public services by electronic mode, except such services which cannot be delivered electronically, within five years from the date of coming into force of the Act.
New Delhi: With battle lines drawn between the government and the civil society over the Lokpal Bill, Team Anna has begun a fierce campaign for generating people’s support for Anna Hazare’s proposed hunger strike from December 27.
India Against Corruption (IAC) has launched a website - www.jailchalo.com, which went live on Thursday. Over 1 lakh people people have already registered for the campaign and more are expected to join in.
NEW DELHI: The Delhi government has decided to bring around 60 more public services under the Delhi Right of Citizen to Time Bound Delivery of Services Act that makes babus liable to pay penalty to people for delay in delivering desired services within the prescribed time limit. The new law came into effect on September 15.
As many as 25 new services will be brought under the ambit of the Act within the next one week and the remaining 35 will follow in February.
Election Commission of India issues Voter ID Cards for Indian Citizens who attain the age of 18 years & eligible to cast the vote. Till now getting Voter ID was a very tedious & time consuming process. Now the commission has moved forward to utilize the information Technology to issue EPIC Card or Voter ID as it is popularly said.
The Office of the Karnataka CEO (Chief Election Officer) has opened a website to for Online registration for Voter ID. You need to have a valid Email ID for registering in the election commission website. one person can register for Voter ID of all members of the family.
Under the Act, discoms have committed to deliver new electricity connections within 35 days. MCD and NDMC have entered into an agreement to provide birth and death certificates in seven days. The revenue department has committed to issuing domicile, income and nationality certificates within 21 days and so on.
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