With all information supplied so far put online, duplication of queries can be avoidedinformation seekers need only scroll through the replies to see if a similar query has been raised and answered. This cuts the processing time out completely and eases the burden on the information officers and their staff. It also cuts out the massive paper usage incurred in filing the query and replying to these. The move also can help serve as a template for the states to follow. Given there is a provision for suo motu disclosure in the RTI Act, putting the replies online follows as a corollary. The cause of transparency is better served with participation from both sidesthe information seeker as well as the information-giver. To this end, those who make queries should not be averse to share minor details.