There has been another crash on the main N15 road close to Laghey this morning.It is believed one man was injured after his silver Vauxhall Cavalier crashed two miles south of Laghey close to the turn-off for Rossnowlagh. Gardai arrived at the scene and diverted traffic.The car was removed by a pick-up truck.This is the latest in a series of crashes on the stretch of road in recent months. ‘ANOTHER’ CRASH ON THE N15 NEAR LAGHEY THIS MORNING was last modified: January 24th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:crashGardaiLagheyN13
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[Breaking] Ministry Of Electronics, NIC And NeGD Have No Information About Who Created Arogya Setu App & How It Was Created: CIC Summons CPIOs
Top Stories[Breaking] Ministry Of Electronics, NIC And NeGD Have No Information About Who Created Arogya Setu App & How It Was Created: CIC Summons CPIOs Akshita Saxena27 Oct 2020 11:54 PMShare This – x”None of the CPIOs were able to explain anything regarding who created the App, where are the files, and the same is extremely preposterous”, the CIC stated.The Central Information Commission on Tuesday issued show-cause notices to the Central Public Information Officers(CPIOs) of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, National Informatics Centre and National E-Governance Division(NeGD) to show reasons as to why penalty u/s 20 of the Right To Information Act should not be imposed on them for prima facie obstruction of information…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Central Information Commission on Tuesday issued show-cause notices to the Central Public Information Officers(CPIOs) of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, National Informatics Centre and National E-Governance Division(NeGD) to show reasons as to why penalty u/s 20 of the Right To Information Act should not be imposed on them for prima facie obstruction of information and providing an evasive reply on an RTI application related to Arogya Setu App.The CIC also asked NIC to explain that when in the Aarogya Setu website it is mentioned that the platform was designed, developed and hosted by it, then how is it that they do not have any information about creation of the App. “The Commission directs the CPIO, NIC to explain this matter in writing as to how the website https://aarogyasetu.gov.in/ was created with the domain name gov.in, if they do not have any information about it,” Information Commissioner Vanaja N. Sarna ordered.”None of the CPIOs were able to explain anything regarding who created the App, where are the files, and the same is extremely preposterous”, the CIC stated.Commission has issues show cause notices to 1. Shri S.K Tyagi, Deputy Director and CPIO, MeitY2. Shri D K Sagar, Deputy Director Electronics3. Shri R A Dhawan, Senior General Manager (HR & Admn) and CPIO NeGD.The order stated :The Commission directs the above-mentioned CPIOs to appear before the bench on 24.11.2020 at 01.15 pm to show cause as to why action should not be initiated against them under Section 20 of the RTI Act. The CPIOs are also directed to send a copy of all supporting documents upon which they choose to rely upon during the hearing. The said documents be sent to the Commission atleast 5 days prior to the hearing via linkpaper. If any other persons are responsible for the said omission, the CPIO shall serve a copy of this order on such persons to direct their presence before the bench as well.4. Shri Swarup Dutta, Scientist F and CPIO NIC to explain why penalty u/s 20 of the RTI Act should not be imposed on them for prima facie obstruction of information and providing an evasive reply.The development comes in a complaint filed by one Saurav Das, stating that the relevant authorities, i.e. NIC, National E-Governance Division (NeGD) and Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), had failed to furnish information about the process of creation of Aarogya Setu App and other information relating to its creation. He submitted that the RTI was filed with the NIC, which stated that it “does not hold the information” relating to the App’s creation, which is very surprising since it is the App’s developer. He further submitted that even NeGC and MeitY had not provided any information relating to the App’s creation and other matters. Concerned by such denial of information for an App that is being used by masses at large, the Petitioner had submitted, “No one has any information on how this App was created, the files relating to its creation, who has given inputs for this App’s creation, what audit measures exists to check for misuse of the personal data of millions of Indians, whether any anonymisation protocols for user data have been developed and about who this data is being shared with. This is despite the fact that any omissions and commissions by these public authorities and any failure to perform their duties as outlined and mandated under the Protocol, 2020, could essentially lead to security compromise of millions of Indians’ personal and user data. This would be a grave breach of fundamental right to privacy on a massive scale and threaten people’s constitutionally guaranteed right to life and liberty.” Though the Commission refrained from making any remarks on the privacy aspect, it pulled up the authorities for giving “evasive kind of reply” to the Complainant. The Commission noted that the authorities had used Section 6(3) of the Act to transfer the RTI application to one-another but no one had disclosed any information. Deprecating such practice, the Commission held, “Denial of information by all the concerned authorities cannot be accepted at all…Sec 6(3) of the RTI Act cannot be used by public authorities to push off the matter. It is a current issue and it is not possible that there was no file movement while creating this App, a citizen cannot go round in circles to find out the custodian.”The complainant’s plea that the CPIO, National E-Governance Division, MEITY should be penalised under section 20(1) and 20(2) of the RTI Act for wilfully and repeatedly refusing to act in conformity with the RTI Act despite sending repeated reminders requesting them to furnish the information seems correct in the absence of a reasoned and justifiable reply from the CPIOs concerned”.The addressees cannot simply wash their hands off by stating that the information is not available with them. Some effort should have been put in to find out the custodian(s) of the information sought, by the concerned public authorities when apparently they are the relevant parties.” The Commission further observed that the CPIO, NeGD could not explain why it took him almost two months to provide a reply and that too informing that the information sought is not related to NeGD. Similarly, it noted, CPIO, MeitY could not give a plausible explanation as to from where the information relating to the creation of Arogya Setu app can be accessed, except that the creation of the same involves inputs from NITI Ayog. He further could not explain as to how it is possible that the App was created and the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has no clue about its origin. Remarking that this stand of the authorities is “extremely preposterous”, the Commission directed all three CPIOs of MeITY, NeGD and NIC, to remain present before it on November 24, 2020, to show cause as to why action should not be initiated against them under Section 20 (Penalty for failure to supply information without any reasonable cause) of the RTI Act. It observed, “The CPIO, NIC’s submissions that the entire file related to creation of the App is not with NIC is understandable, but the same submissions if accepted from MeITY, NeGD and NIC in toto, then it becomes more relevant to now find out how an App was created and there is no information with any of the relevant public authorities.” It further ordered thus: As per the website https://aarogyasetu.gov.in/ it is mentioned that the content is owned, updated and maintained by the MyGov, MeitY. Therefore, Shri Tyagi is directed to explain in writing who is the concerned CPIO to explain regarding MyGov, MeiTY maintaining the app. The registry is directed to send an e-mail to the e-mail idsupport.aarogyasetu.gov.in as mentioned in the website directing them to send the concerned authority to be present before the Commission on the next date of hearing. Update : After the publication of the report, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology issued a public clarification, which may be read here.Click Here To Download Order Read Order Next Story
Published on March 21, 2012 at 12:00 pm Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Tommy Palasek posted up on the left side of the crease and let the unsettled sequence run its course.After the Syracuse defense knocked the ball free in the middle of the field, SU midfielder JoJo Marasco scooped up the ball and darted upfield to lead the fast-break attack.Three crisp passes later, Palasek bounced the ball between the legs of Providence goaltender Christian Dzwilewski and into the back of the net. Nearly three minutes into the game, Syracuse took control with the first goal.‘It’s important for us from now on, the rest of the season, to hopefully go out there and dictate the tempo instead of going in and playing the other team’s game,’ Palasek said. ‘Go out there and play our own game and make sure they’re playing up to our level.’With Palasek’s goal, the No. 8 Orange (4-2, 2-0 Big East) seized the momentum and piled on five more goals in the first half to take a commanding lead into the break. Syracuse cruised after the fast start and earned a 10-6 victory over Providence (1-4, 0-2 Big East) in front of 2,012 in the Carrier Dome on Wednesday.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn the Orange’s first five games, the team has struggled to break out of the gate and failed to control the tempo as a result. SU entered the game having scored the first goal in just one of its first five contests.But on Wednesday, SU surged out of the gate and carried that energy through the first 30 minutes. The Orange used a torrid run, scoring five consecutive goals from five different players to take the wind out of Providence in the first half.‘That was probably the first time this season that we got a couple of goals first and that was huge for the game, and it gave us the opportunity to control the tempo,’ Marasco said. ‘If we wanted to push the ball, we were able to push the ball, and if we wanted to hold the ball for a little bit, we were able to do that.’The Orange defense contributed to the offensive firepower, forcing turnover after turnover to provide the offense with plenty of scoring opportunities.With SU already leading 4-1, defender Matt Harris stepped in front and intercepted a pass intended for Providence attack Sean Wright. He took it up the field in stride and passed it along the alley on the left. And as the Friars struggled to settle on offense, Palasek found Tim Desko to the right of the goal for an easy score.Any inclination Providence had to slow the game down was instantly foiled.‘I think some of the forced turnovers helped us there,’ head coach John Desko. ‘ … I think getting the early lead and getting some of those forced turnovers helped keep them away from that type of game.’With the help of the defense, the Orange carried its early momentum through the rest of the game. The Syracuse defense yielded just five shots in the first half with only three on net.And as the Orange kept the Friars on their heels, SU found success in its sets as well. Marasco, attack Derek Maltz and midfielder Luke Cometti all tallied goals as a part of SU’s first-half onslaught.The Orange held an 18-9 advantage in groundballs to add to Providence’s woes and pile up opportunities in front of the net.Though Providence came out re-energized in the second half – finding the cage five more times – Syracuse had already done enough to put a stamp on the game and earn a much-needed victory.The run-and-gun offense helped Syracuse take the early lead and provided enough offense the rest of the way to secure the win.‘I just feel after a tough loss to Johns Hopkins (last Saturday), we had two days to get back on our feet and hopefully get back on our feet and make a couple quick runs right away and win some faceoffs,’ Marasco said. ‘We were able to push the ball and get a couple shots, and we were finally able to get out in front for once.’[email protected]