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 …
In today’s time, Aadhar card has become one of the most important document. Aadhar card is not merely a Id and address proof but rather a tool through which you can finish off several works in the world of digital India.
Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) reached a new milestone when it issued 100th crore Aadhaar number on 4th April 2016.
Aadhar card bill providing constitutional status to Aadhaar has been passed in the parliament. Now, Aadhaar has gained a legal status and will not face hindrances in Supreme Court
Central government has decided to provide a statutory status to Aadhaar. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced about this during his budget speech at parliament.
Shivram is a financial consultant from Kerala. He wanted to make Aadhar card for his parents but his parents are too old to visit an Aadhar card enrollment centre to complete the mandatory processes.
If you are a resident of Himachal Pradesh and have not enrolled for Aadhar card then you could be a lucky person. You might not need to visit an Aadhaar enrollment camp and stand in long queue to wait for your turn.
World Bank has recognized the supremacy of Aadhaar. Praising Aadhar card project World Bank has said that reach of public services has increased by giving “Unique Digital Identification” to 100 crore people in last 5 years in India.
For complaints related to governmental work, complainant has to provide his Aadhaar number as well. The main reason behind this idea is to reduce fake complaints.