Nayak is programme coordinator, Access to Information Programme, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, New Delhi.
In the age of RTI, black money info goes inside a black hole
No mechanism to monitor govt’s own transparency directive
Sukma deaths no violation of human rights, according to CRPF
RTI rejection rate high in public sector banks
Yet another RTI activist is killed. And govt rules propose to drop his queries
Proposed RTI rules: Point and counter-point
Making Aadhaar mandatory for filing IT returns violation of constitution
J&K RTI Act: Poor state of affairs even after eight years
Cash Donations: More opacity – with legal backing too
Does the nation have a right to know anything about DeMO-ReMo?
Party funds: A step forward or a leap backward into the era of secrecy?
How much cash political parties had pre-DeMo
Govt must not renege on the commitment made on November 8
Procedural changes from 1978 may have created huge loopholes
When, where and how are the ministers depositing ‘cash on hand’?
Our MPs, without own views, are mere numbers
What about people`s right to know who the bank defaulters are?
‘Good governance’, but through subterfuge!
Under Modi rule, RTI rejection rate goes up
Cloaking `Aadhaar` with the sanctity of a law on disputable grounds
Sedition law: a primer
RBI under RTI scanner
RTI Act: a reality check
Apex court and whistelblowers
Ten percent rule for leader of opp is a fiction
Calling RTI an external constraint for PSU banks unfair
Single directive struck down
A guide to the Whistleblowers Protection Bill
Lokpal: Political expediency overtakes war against graft