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Aadhaar card not mandatory for government schemes: Supreme Court

Moving on Aadhaar

It is not often that the Supreme Court has to make the same observation twice - but it has had to do so in the case of Aadhaar, asking the government to immediately withdraw all notifications making it mandatory to have an Aadhaar card to claim ... Business Standard India, 1 week ago

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Don't insist on Aadhaar for social benefits: Supreme Court

The Bench reiterated it was incumbent upon the central government to ensure that the states complied with the Supreme Court's order of not making Aadhaar mandatory for availing social benefits under various schemes The Supreme Court has directed ...
 Money Life1 week ago Don't make Aadhaar a must for social schemes: SC  Economic Times1 week ago Don't insist on Aadhaar: Supreme Court tells states and Centre  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Don’t insist on Aadhaar card, Supreme Court orders governments  Asian Age2 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

Aadhar not mandatory for availing govt benefits, SC reiterates

NEW DELHI: Supreme Court on Monday reiterated its stand that Aadhar cards will not be mandatory for availing government benefits including subsidies. The top court asked the Centre to follow its 2013 order on the issue. The apex court had in ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Supreme Court free kicks LPG across Aadhar line of defence  Bangalore Mirror1 week ago Aadhaar Card not mandatory for availing benefits, says Supreme Court  AndhraNews.net1 week ago Aadhar card not mandatory for availing govt benefits: SC  Oneindia2 weeks ago
Manorama Online

SC warning on Aadhaar

The Supreme Court today hinted that imposition of President's rule would be the natural consequence for states that continued flouting its order not to make Aadhaar cards mandatory for services or social benefits. Earlier, the Centre had admitted that many ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago Aadhaar enrollment not mandatory  Millennium Post1 week ago No proposal to make Aadhaar mandatory for citizens  Manorama Online1 week ago No proposal to make Aadhaar enrolment mandatory: Planning Minister  Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago

Caught in Apex court ire, Government says Aadhaar is voluntary and not proof of citizenship

Table has been turned against Aadhaar once again. A day after the Supreme Court lashed out on the government for making Aadhaar number mandatory for various services, the government admitted that it is voluntary and optional and not a proof of ...
 DNA India1 week ago Aadhaar card not must for schemes: Government  Asian Age1 month ago Will Continue With Aadhaar Scheme: Centre to SC  Outlook India1 month ago

Dont link Aadhaar to welfare schemes Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Monday directed the government to ensure all states complied with its order not to make possession of Aadhaar mandatory to avail social welfare benefits such as the direct benefit transfer of subsidies for LPG. A bench, ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

Aadhaar not must for availing benefits: SC

Aadhaar not must for availing benefits: SC Tuesday, 17 March 2015 | PNS | New Delhi The Supreme Court on Monday took serious exception to Aadhaar card still featuring as an essential prerequisite in Government schemes and services despite ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Aadhaar must for rural scheme jobs  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Aadhaar not must: Govt to SC  Deccan Herald1 month ago SC asks Centre if Aadhaar will be made mandatory for social schemes  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Supreme Court warns govt not to deny rights to citizens for want of Aadhaar

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday warned the Centre and state governments against denying civil rights and social welfare benefits to citizens for not having Aadhaar card and threatened to take action against the authorities concerned if they ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Aadhaar project will continue, government tells Supreme Court

758 million Aadhaar numbers have been generated and UIDAI has been asked to cover the entire country by MarchThe Centre on Friday told the Supreme Court it would go ahead with the unique identity project, Aadhaar. Government counsels told the court the Unique Identification Authority of India would continue its work and added the earlier interim order of the court making the identity card not mandatory for government services would be followed. Before coming to power, the National Democratic ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Aadhaar project will continue, govt tells Supreme Court  Business Standard India1 month ago Apex court tells NDA govt to clarify stand on Aadhaar  Deccan Herald1 month ago
India Today

Supreme Court seeks Modi govt's view on Aadhaar scheme

The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Modi Government to make its stand clear on Aadhaar cards amid reports that it is rethinking on the erstwhile UPA government's flagship scheme. "We have read in newspapers that you are having second thoughts on ...
 India Today1 month ago SC seeks clarity on govts plan to link Aadhar subsidies  Hindustan Times1 month ago SC seeks govt's view on Aadhaar  4 Traders1 month ago
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