"Mera Aadhaar, Meri Pehchan." Today the Aadhaar card has become an absolute necessity for unhindered livelihood in India. Be it opening a new bank account, getting a second mobile number, applying for your passport or even submitting your ITR, the Aadhaar is the single largest proof of identity, residential address or even citizenship in this country. Does this mean that one must have his Aadhar card on him at all times? We would say Yes, but, it is definitely not mandatory to have it ..
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) said today in a statement that the Plastic or PVC Aadhaar smart cards are often not usable as the QR code commonly becomes dysfunctional during such unauthorised printing at some vendor/shop. Also, there could be a possibility of sharing Aadhaar details (personal sensitive demographic information) without informed consent with some devious elements. UIDAI reiterated that Aadhaar letter or its cutaway portion or downloaded versions of Aadhaa..
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) responding to a news report, appeared in certain section of media on “210 Government sites made Aadhaar info public” as if Aadhaar data is leaked or breached, has said that such report is a skewed presentation of the facts and poses as if the Aadhaar data is breached or leaked which is not the true presentation. UIDAI said in a statement here that the Aadhaar data is fully safe and secure and there has been no data leak or breach a..