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SC order on Aadhaar put brakes on EC's project to check ...

SC order on Aadhaar put brakes on EC's project to check ...

New Delhi: The Supreme Court order on Aadhaar card has put brakes on Election Commission's project to link UIDAI (Aadhaar) number with voters' electoral data to check multiple entries in electoral rolls. The commission has asked its Chief ..., 2 weeks ago

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Indian Express

Works to link Aadhaar with EPIC stopped

Following the orders of the Supreme Court that said Aadhaar Card is not mandatory for obtaining assistance from the government, linking of Aadhaar with Electors Photo Identity Card (EPIC) has been stopped in the district. As per the Election Commission of ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Aadhaar card work suspended  The Hindu2 weeks ago 2 months before SC jolt, PM Modi pushed to expand Aadhaar cover  Indian Express3 weeks ago Aadhar card: SC allows Centre to link Aadhaar with PDS, LPG subsidy  Indian Express3 weeks ago
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Aadhaar is optional, says Supreme Court

Aadhaar card wouldn't be necessary for a host of services and welfare schemes, other than government benefits such as food under the public distribution scheme and subsidised LPG cooking fuel, the Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday. The top court's ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago SC makes Aadhaar card optional for welfare schemes, ...  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Aadhaar card NOT mandatory for govt welfare schemes: SC  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Aadhaar will be optional for availing oneself of various govt schemes: SC  Business Standard3 weeks ago

SC Taken Aback by States Flouting Aadhaar Card Fiat

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday wondered as to how some state governments were insisting on Aadhaar card for the disbursal of benefits under the social welfare scheme, despite its earlier ruling barring the same. A Bench of Justice J ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Why are states still insisting on Aadhar card, asks SC  Can India News1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

State to hit 100% Aadhar compliance by ... State to hit 100% Aadhar compliance by December end

While the Supreme Court last week directed the Centre and states to stick to its 2013 order and not insist on Aadhaar cards for granting social security benefits to citizens, the state has stepped up its efforts to finish issuing the unique id cards ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 weeks ago Centre urges SC to transfer pleas for scrapping Aadhaar ...  Firstpost.com4 weeks ago Aadhaar to stay: Centre to Supreme Court  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Will ask states not to insist on Aadhaar  Asian Age1 month ago

Supreme Court refers Aadhaar to a constitution bench

New Delhi: The fate of Aadhaar hangs in the balance after the Supreme Court on Tuesday reiterated that the unique identity number isn't mandatory to avail benefits of government programmes, restricted its use, and referred to a larger constitution ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago Aadhaar should not be used for availing government welfare schemes: SC  Odisha Samaya3 weeks ago SC refers to Aadhaar scheme to constitution bench  Prokerala3 weeks ago Citing 'unresolved issues,' SC refers plea challenging ...  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
Sakaal Times

'Aadhaar Card Not Mandatory to Get Benefits'

NEW DELHI:The Centre on Thursday opposed before the Supreme Court a plea seeking initiation of contempt proceedings against it, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and others for allegedly insisting on Aadhaar cards to grant benefits of various schemes ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Centre opposes contempt plea in SC, says Aadhaar not mandatory  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Centre opposes contempt plea in Supreme Court, says Aadhaar cards not mandatory for benefit schemes  Economic Times1 month ago Centre says Aadhaar is not mandatory, opposes contempt plea in Supreme Court  The Freepress Journal1 month ago

Aadhaar order breach annoys SC

The Supreme Court today expressed serious concern over some states' insistence on Aadhaar cards to extend social welfare schemes and other common services to citizens despite its two interim orders that the card should not be made mandatory until the court ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago Supreme Court concerned over linking of Aadhaar, welfare programmes  Financial Express1 month ago

SC reserves order on referring Aadhaar matter to larger bench

The Supreme Court today reserved its verdict for Tuesday on Centre's plea that petitions challenging government's ambitious project to grant Aadhaar cards to all citizens be referred to a Constitutional bench. A three-judge bench which included Justice J ...
 News on Air4 weeks ago

SC moved against mandatory Aadhaar card for digital locker

A Gurgaon based Right to Information activist on Friday filed a petition in the Supreme Court challenging the government's directive making Aadhaar card mandatory for creating digital locker. The central government on July 1 announced the service ...
 ProKerala.com2 months ago Activist challenges Centre's directive for digital locker  Times of India2 months ago
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