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SCI Judgement on Aadhaar: Its Valid; But Not Mandatory for Banks, SIM Cards and School Admissions

The Indian Supreme Court today upheld the validity of the Aadhaar Act that was passed by the BJP government in 2016 as a Money Bill in the Lok Sabha where government had absolute majority.

Indian Govt’s Deception Vindicated: Have Named Tribune Reporter In Aadhaar FIR, Admits Govt

Subsequently, while in a deceptive mode Ravi Shankar Prasad during the Rajya Sabha session  purportedly affirmed that no individual has been named in the case.

SCI Extends The Deadline To Mandatory Aadhaar Linkage Indefinitely

The Supreme Court of India (SCI) here on Tuesday extended indefinitely the March 31, 2018 deadline for mandatory linking of Aadhaar tobank accounts, mobile phones and tatkal passports

Pakistani Man With Aadhaar Card Apprehended In Rajasthan

The tall claims made by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) and BJP lead Union government last month about the safety and security of Aadhar card

Edward Snowden says India’s Aadhaar is An Improper Gate to Service

Edward Snowden on Sunday (Jan. 22) called India's Aadhaar card "an improper gate to service" and said demands to link it to various services "must be criminalised."

India’s Former RAW Chief Tells About His Encounters With Aadhaar

by: K. C. Verma* The system sees me as a ‘cantankerous old guy’, or cog in short. Maybe a cog is what I am. How ...

India’s Aadhaar Project Threatens Rights: Amnesty International

The Indian government’s mandatory (enforced) biometric identification project, Aadhaar, could lead to millions of people being denied access to essential services

Red Faced, UIDAI Introduces New Virtual ID To Address Aadhaar Privacy Concerns

What can be seen as an attempt of face saving and covering the embarrassment suffered by Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) due to susceptibility

Journalist Who Exposed Aadhaar Breach Deserves Applaud Not Investigation: Edward Snowden

After Edward Snowden a few days back in his tweet had appreciated the efforts of the scribe of The Tribune in exposing the breach and vulnerability of Aadhaar

FIR against Tribune scribe a new low in Modi’s Bharat : Dal Khalsa

Pro-freedom group of the Sikh Dal Khalsa here on Monday, termed the FIR against Tribune scribe a new low in Narendra Modi’s Bharat. The organization has

UIADAI Targets Whistleblower: FIR against Journalist, The Tribune in Aadhaar Data Leak Expose

Days after the Aadhaar data leak was reported by The Tribune in it's January 3 edition, the UIDAI on Sunday (Jan. 7) lodged an FIR against The Tribune and its reporter Rachna Khaira besides others.

India’s Aadhaar Is Bound To Be Abused, Says Edward Snowden

As soon the reports of the breach and comprise of Aadhaar details and data of Indian citizen went viral which was followed by purported denial

India’s Entire Aadhaar Data Breached: One Billion Identities Out For Sale for Just Rs. 500

Chandigarh: An investigative report published in Thursday edition of a daily English vernacular The Tribune, has bulldozed the tall claims made by both the Central government ...

Not Able Furnish Aadhaar Card Women Denied Treatment, Dies

A 55-year-old Shakuntala Devi, widow of an Ex-serviceman from Haryana died after allegedly being denied treatment has she was not carrying her

Aadhaar Linking Deadline Extended To March 31st By SCI, No Relief For Opening New Account

As per the media reports the Supreme Court Of India (SCI) bench consisting of five judges lead by Chef Justice of India Deepak Mishra extended

Central Govt To Extend Deadline For Linking Aadhaar Card Till 31st March 2018

As per the media reports the Central Government through its Attorney General K.K. Venugopal on Thursday has told the Supreme Court of India (SCI) that

SCI To Take Up Aadhaar Pleas After Resolving Delhi-Center Matter

The Supreme Court of India (SCI) on Monday said that it would take up pleas pertaining to whether or not the linking of Aadhaar Cards should be mandatory

Another Aadhaar Caused Starvation Death in Bareilly (Uttar Pradesh)

A Woman in Bareilly in the state of Uttar Pradesh of India, died due to starvation as she was denied food ration since it was not linked to her Aadhaar card. ANI reported her husband was refused ration as ration shop owner allegedly demanded the woman be present for bio-metric fingerprint verification.

SCI Refuse To Accept West Bengal’s Petition Filed Against Aadhaar Act

As per the media reports the Supreme Court of India (SCI) has today rejected the petition filed by West Bengal government against the Centre's move to make Aadhaar

Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee Revolts Against Linking of Mobile with Adhaar

 As per the media reports defying West Bengal Chief Minister Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee here on Wednesday strongly opposed the Central government’s move

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