Indians living abroad can now exercise their Right to Information (RTI) through an electronic service started by the government.
Indian diaspora in the US, Australia and the UK held candle light vigils for the 23-year-old gang-rape victim in Delhi.
An Indian doctor was found murdered at an Abu Dhabi hospital with a deep cut on his neck, with media reports suggesting that he was attacked by a Pakistani national.
The cause of Indians, especially Punjabis, stuck abroad, has been taken up by the Punjab State Commission for Scheduled Castes with the National Commission for Scheduled Castes.
Living overseas for education, employment or other reasons, Indians abroad find it difficult to use the Right to Information (RTI) Act due to the cumbersome fee-payment process.
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