After a long wait of time, UIDAI has finally been able to launch its e-Aadhaar portal through which people who have enrolled for Aadhaar and have been waiting for their Aadhaar letter can easily download their Aadhaar letter online and use it anywhere by just taking a printout of the same. To download the Aadhaar …
If you do not have an Internet connection or you do not have a personal computer/laptop, no worry, you can still track your Aadhaar status through SMS on your mobile. For this you will need to send a text message (SMS) after which you will receive the latest status of your Aadhaar as a reply …
After receiving a large number of complaints and incorrect details recorded in the database, the UIDAI has finally decided to allow the people with the facility to make changes or correct any wrong/incorrect detail/information they have found with their Aadhaar. Yes, now if you have got wrong name, date of birth, address, gender and mobile …
There is a bad news for all those LPG consumers who are availing LPG subsidy benefits by linking their account number with bank.
Kurali (Mohali): At the time when government is asking people to enroll for Aadhar card, her own officers’ negligence is becoming the cause for worry of the people.
New Delhi: Central government has announced that 93% adults have been issued Aadhar card number in the country.
RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan has raised his voice in support of the controversial Aadhar Card. Rajan has come forward at such time when the Supreme Court has limited the use of Aadhar Card.
Life Insurance has become an important part of today’s family irrespective of their annual income. Whether it is about a lower, middle or upper class family, people have taken life insurance cover into serious consideration.
Supreme Court has finally announced its decision on the much discussed Aadhaar. The apex courts’ order has also put an end on all the controversies surrounding the use of Aadhar card under different government welfare schemes and services.
New Delhi: After several times of scolding by the Supreme Court of India, central government finally tells the apex court of the country that it is now impossible to take back the Aadhaar project.
Konch (Jalaun): After receiving many complaints from the public, SDM of Jalaun raided the area post office and shockingly found more than 3000 Aadhar cards in bundled in sacks which were supposed to be delivered to their respective owners.