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  1. Former comrades invoke RTI spirit-Aruna Roy 23 Nov. 2015
  2. ’10 years of RTI’ in Tehelka, 17 October 2015
  3. Outlook August 2015
  4. ‘FIR to RTI’ by Gopal Gandhi in Naidunia Indore Edition, 1910-2015
  5. ”Why we are boycotting CIC’s annual RTI convention” by Nikhil Dey in Indian Express 16-10-2015
  6. Right to know, right to live – Building a campaign for the right to information and accountability – Sowmya Kidambi
  7. From Information To Accountability :Reclaiming Democracy
  8. Survival And Right to Information (Gulam Rasool third memorial lecture) by Aruna Roy
  9. The Non Party Political Process Profile Of A People’s Organization : MKSS (Rajasthan) – Madhu & Bharat Dogra
  10. The Movement For The Right To Information In India – Harsh Mander & Abha Joshi
  11. Information, Democracy And Ethics – Aruna Roy (12th Shri.B.V.Narayana Reddy Memorial Lecture Feb 1,2000)
  12. Accounts And Accountability : Theoretical Implication of Right To Information Movement In India – Rob Jenkins & Anne Marie Goets
  13. Redefining Gurus – Aruna Roy
  14. Chasing A Right (How a sustained movement in a Rajasthan village to obtain information from panchayat-level officials under the law of the land faces seemingly insurmountable hurdles.) – Aruna Roy & Nikhil Dey
  15. Beyond Information: Breaching the Wall of State Inaction: MKSS
  16. Support of Vigilance Systems in Government to citizens’ effort to fight corruption. – N. Vittal, CVC
  17. The right to information discourse in India – Neelabh Misra
  18. Right to know: Right to decide (The collaborative impact of public hearing)
  19. Chronology of events relating to RTI (12/94-5/99)
  20. Demand transparency, assert sovereignty
  21. Memorandum from MKSS and NCPRI, submitted to RTI Committee (GOR), April 12, 1999.
  22. The RTI and Corruption Movement in Maharashtra
  23. Living with dignity and social justice
  24. Clean Candidate elected Sarpanch in Rajasthan
  25. Comparitive Table of Laws on RTI
  26. MKSS Pamphlet Front and MKSS Pamphlet Back
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