Aadhaar is a verifiable 12 digit identification which is issued by UIDAI to the Resident of india free of cost. It is essential that your aadhaar card data is correct and remains updated always. Aadhaar card is accepted document in government and private sectors. If You want to open a bank account or applying for a passport or even filing…Read More
Is new legislation on the way for mandatory linking of Aadhaar with banks and telecoms?
Supreme Court’s judgement of Aadhaar on September 26 declared Aadhaar constitutionally valid, it however restricted the mandatory linking of Aadhaar with private entities such as banks, telecoms, insurance companies etc. Aadhaar should be used for government services. On Saturday, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley stated that it is still possible to restore mandatory linking of Aadhaar with telecoms and bank…Read More
How To delink Aadhar you need a fresh Aadhar proof, UIDAI
The department of telecommunication (Dot) and unique identification authority of India (UIDAI) said that customers who wish to delink their Aadhar from mobile phones will need a fresh identity proof and a new (KYC). They jointly passed a statement that it is completely untrue that all 500 million mobile connections would be deactivated soon. The Supreme Court of India said…Read More
Do you want to unlink your Aadhaar from Bank account and SIM cards? Here’s how
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court passed a judgment that connecting your Aadhaar details with your bank account or SIM card is not compulsory anymore and driving anybody to do such will be dealt with as illegal. For the individuals who have officially connected their 12-digit Aadhaar card number issued by UIDAI, could expect the brokers and telecom specialist organizations to…Read More
Where Aadhaar will be mandatory and where not!
The five-judge constitution seat of Supreme Court, driven by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, struck down Section 57 of the Aadhaar Act which permitted the legislature as well as any private entity or company to request for Aadhaar. As per the latest news, Section 57 of the Aadhaar Act now allows any government, private entity, or person to ask for Aadhaar.…Read More
Want to cancel your Aadhaar? Here’s what Government has proposed
As far back as Aadhaar was presented by UIDAI and Govt. of India, one of the essential premises was that it can’t bedropped. The Government made Aadhaar a mandatory document. Once the user enters Aadhaar system,there was no option to opt out of it, basically, and the person couldn’t leavethat – just deactivation was conceivable. Be that as it may,…Read More
What is a masked Aadhaar card and how to download it?
The Unique Identification Authority of India always tries to bring in new features to make Aadhaar more secure. Of late they introduced the ‘Masked Aadhaar’ facility, where the cardholder was given a secure way to proof his identity without compromising his personal details. Basically, in masked Aadhaar, the cardholder gets to show the partially covered 12-digit Aadhaar number if he…Read More
Aadhaar no longer mandatory for KYC process for Mobile
If you have provided your Aadhaar number to your telecom service provider, then prepare yourself to give another proof of identity. The Supreme Court, last week, has ruled down Section 57 of the Aadhaar Act, stating that private companies from now on cannot ask for Aadhaar cards as an identity proof from the consumers. Although the Supreme Court has ruled…Read More
How to generate Virtual ID for AADHAAR and how long is it valid for?
What is a virtual id? The VID is a 16 digit number, which is randomly created and is revocable that means you can cancel an already generated VID and generate a new one if you want to. VID is an alternative to your biometric or iris verification. How can you use a VID? Your VID can be used instead of…Read More
The Benefits of AADHAAR You Need to Know
Aadhaar card is not just another id proof that you can use to buy a sim card. It’s so much more than that, an aadhaar is a unique 12 digit authentication number issued by the UIDAI on behalf of the indian government. The government of India has also made aadhaar compulsory for almost everything. From opening a bank account to…Read More