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SC asks Centre to tell states not to make Aadhaar mandatory
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SC asks Centre to tell states not to make Aadhaar mandatory

The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Centre to write to all the states to strictly comply with its earlier order of September 23, 2013, and not make an Aadhaar number compulsory to claim any state benefit. The court had then directed the government that the Aadhaar number should not be made mandatory for availing any government services. Though Monday's hearing means status quo on the matter, it could add a bit of cautiousness to various ambitious plans of the Central government that intend to ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Aadhaar enrollment not mandatory Millennium Post, 1 week ago
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DNA

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 India1 week ago Pondy Govt Violating SC Fiat on Aadhaar, Alleges AIADMK  New Indian Express1 week ago Caught in Apex court ire, Government says Aadhaar is voluntary and not proof of citizenship  DNA2 weeks ago Govt may seek vacating SC order on Aadhaar linkage to DBT  Moneycontrol.com2 weeks 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 Life2 weeks ago Don't make Aadhaar a must for social schemes: SC  Economic Times2 weeks ago Don't insist on Aadhaar: Supreme Court tells states and Centre  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Don’t insist on Aadhaar card, Supreme Court orders governments  Asian Age2 weeks ago
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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 Government to continue with Aadhar scheme, SC told  24Dunia1 month ago Aadhaar to continue, govt tells top court  The Telegraph1 month ago Centre to continue with Aadhaar scheme  Manorama Online1 month ago
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Letters: The Aadhaar conundrum

This refers to the report "SC asks Centre to tell states not to make Aadhaar mandatory" (March 17). The Supreme Court has once again ruled that the Aadhaar card cannot be the sole means of benefits transfer. This is because the speedy and time-bound ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Aadhaar card not mandatory in India: reconfirms Supreme Court

Supreme Court (SC) of India, in the third week of March 2015, reiterated the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) about the negating the mandatory status of Aadhaar number or Aadhaar card in India. " No person should be denied any ...
 India Today2 weeks ago Ensure people are not denied service for want of Aadhaar  Indian Express2 weeks ago Sc seeks to know government stand on aadhaar  4 Traders1 month ago
SahiOnline

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 not must: Govt to SC  Deccan Herald1 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 India2 weeks ago Aadhaar encroaches right to protect self-information, says PIL  The Hindu1 month ago
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Despite SC order, LPG consumers say dealers demand Aadhaar

CHENNAI: A day after the Supreme Court reiterated its 2013 order that Aadhaar should not be mandatory for availing government benefits, including subsidies, many LPG consumers complain that dealers continue to insist on the numbers to get subsidy. ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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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 Aadhaar Card not mandatory for availing benefits, says Supreme Court  AndhraNews.net2 weeks ago Aadhar card not mandatory for availing govt benefits: SC  Oneindia2 weeks ago ‘Aadhaar Card not mandatory for availing benefits’, says Supreme Court  Andhra News2 weeks ago
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