BOOKS AND REFERENCES
1. Book- Sairam Bhat [ed], Right to Information and Good Governance, NLSIU Book Series-3, 2016. [ISBN-9789383363452]
2. Book-Sairam Bhat, Right to Information, Eastern Book House, 2012. [ISBN-978838021553]
3. Dr. Sairam Bhat; Reposing the Constitutional Trust through the Right to Information, NLSIU Journal, 2013.
4. Subhash Chandra Agrawal; My Experiences on RTI & Judiciary, Central Information Commission, 2012.
5. Praveen Dala; Consumer Protection and Right to Information; Central Information Commission, 2007.
6. Harsh Mander and Abha Joshi; The Movement for Right to Information in India: People’s Power for the Control of Corruption; http://www.rtigateway.org.in
7. Srinivas Madhav; Election and Right to Information; http://www.rtigateway.org.in
8. Analysing Right to Information, CTUS International, 2010.
9. M. M. Ansari, Impact of Right to Information on Development: A Perspective on India’ s Recent Experiences, United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, 2008. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0018/001865/186510m.pdf
10. Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, Right to Information: International, Member State’s Laws and Papers;http://www.humanrightsinitiative.org/programs/ai/rti/international/laws_&_papers.htm
11. Global Trends on the Right to Information: A Survey of South Asia. http://www.article19.org/pdfs/publications/south-asia-foi-survey.pdf
12. Dr. Sairam Bhat; ‘Best Practices under RTI Act 2005: Lessons from Central Silk Board, Administrative Training Institute, Mysore, 2011
13. Prabodh Saxena; Public Authority and RTI, Economic and Political Weekly, April 2009, Vol XLIV no. 16.
14. Priyanka Jana; Limitation of the Right to Information Act; Global Media Journal – Indian Edition Winter Issue / December 2010.
15. Pankaj K P Shreyaska; Investigating Compliance of the RTI Act; Economic & Political Weekly; March 2, 2013 vol KLV III no 9