Aadhaar will now be Lifeline of Everyone!

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Aadhaar card set to become lifeline for the Citizens

Aadhar card will now be lifeline

The Aadhaar card is back in business. The theme launched by the UPA government failed to notice support with the succeeding NDA regime, however throughout the previous few weeks, the Union furthermore because the province and Telangana governments, are posing for Aadhaar cards for numerous facilities, schemes and subsidies starting from pensions to property registrations. Word is around that Aadhaar cards may additionally be needed for passports within the close to future.

Due to the recent Supreme Court ruling that Aadhaar shouldn’t be created necessary for numerous facilities and subsidies, it’s being mutely joined to the schemes instead of being insisted upon.

Whereas the Centre has hinted that the Aadhaar card may become necessary for issue new passports within the close to future, banks holding central government pension accounts area unit posing for identical for exceptive annual life certificates from pensioners.


Nandan’s Resignation Brings Fate of Aadhar in Danger

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As per the sources, by December 2013, over 500 million UID cards were issued to the country residents by the UIDAI. Such an aspiring project of the UIDAI could be labelled as a gigantic successful one and the credit for its victory goes to Mr Nandan Nilekani. He was the co-founder of Infosys head who previously had left the corporate world and became the chief of Unique Identification Authority of India 4 years back.


But today as per the ET report Mr Nandan Nilekani appears to have resigned from his post. He said in an email reply to the ET that he is resigning as for now the government is in place to decide who is going to hold the position next.

Despite the fact that his resignation was estimated over next few months, known that he has been entitled as the Congress candidate as of South Bangalore, it will arise as a wonder since his descendant as UIDAI chief has not been named perhaps not even acknowledged. Mr Nilekani had earlier announced that he would be resigning from the post when about 600 million Aadhaar cards will be issued. That quantity was touched on March 9th.

As we know UIDAI has been Indian Government’s major and most determined project since they came in command 10 years ago. The venture is only half-way, but it has huge potentials to bring clean and transparent governance.

With the elections, and chances that BJP may come into reign, it puts a lot many question over the fate of UIDAI project. BJP has already stated that they will be clashing this project entirely if they come to power.

UIDAI project possess a diverse feedback across the nation. While some opinions are in favour that Aadhaar could never be successful, other opinions are that the project has power eliminate corruption to a large amount from the Government offices.

In such a hustle one thing which is for sure is that if Aadhaar has to be successful (and if the project does get not interrupted it will need a gentleman that owns an experience and circumstantial similar to Mr Nandan Nilekani. If anyone else or in case any in appropriate replacement takes place, it will be doomed. What do you think? Share your views.

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Applying for PAN Card? Now use your Aadhar Card

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The income-tax department a while ago issued a notification under which the Aadhaar card, which serves as an identity proof as well as your proof of address, can be used for obtaining a permanent account number (PAN).

Aadhaar number is a twelve-digit code that the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) issues.

Any individual who is a citizen of India and if he/she passes the verification process as mentioned by UIDAI is eligible for obtaining an Aadhaar Card. It helps him/her to get access to the government welfare schemes and subsidies. Also for taking the benefits of banking services, gas connections and phone connections.

Know about PAN: PAN card is an important document which you need to possess to get involve in bigger financial transactions, for receive taxable salaries or for instance to buy assets like car or property above specified limits. It is identifiable by Indian Income Tax Act 1961.

Obtaining your PAN:  you need to fill the form 49 A for the application of PAN. You can get this form on the income-tax website. Fill in the asked details and affix your 2 photographs on the form with your signature at the appropriate places. It usually takes 3 weeks from the application day for the issue of PAN card

Submit the form along with your proof of residence, your identity proof and your proof of birth.

 Proof of birth may include any of these:

  • pension payment order
  • marriage certificate
  • matriculation certificate
  • passport
  • driving licence
  • domicile certificate
  • birth certificate

Proof of address may include any of these:

  • elector’s photo identity card,
  • ration card, passport,
  • driving licence,
  • aadhaar card
  • Pensioner card, etc.
  • The proof of address can include
  • an electricity bill,
  • telephone bill,
  • water bill,
  • bank account statement
  • credit card statement,
  • Aadhaar card, passport,
  • Driving license, etc.

PAN is essentially required in some cases:

Buying or selling property exceeding the limit that is Rs.5 lakhs.

Buying or selling of any motor vehicle except two wheelers.

Opening a term deposit of Rs.50, 000 or above or while depositing it in saving bank.

While making an application for the installing telephone connection.

Payment to a mutual fund for purchasing units which is Rs.50,000 or above

Payment for bonds issued by RBI of Rs.50,000 or above.

In a nutshell if you have already made UID card as a proof during opening of a new bank account or may be while applying for a passport, the Indian government has now permitted it for applying a PAN. This will help many citizens immensely.


The Fate of UID Undecided. Is Rs. 3500 Crore Wasted?

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United Progressive Alliance (UPA) looks bothersome after being defeated a while back in the assembly elections proceeded by a number of controversies resulting from arguable statements by Mr Rahul Gandhi Vice President of Congress. Also the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) seems distressed in the lead of the General Elections 2014 which are going to be conducted in May.

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In their attempt to bring back some confidence, the UPA is expecting the Supreme Court for provision of some relief on UID scheme.

The Indian Government invested multi crore on the scheme named Aadhaar , which was said to be important for efficient governance as well as it claimed the transparency of government programmes’ implementation, was waited anxiously after the Supreme Court had pronounced that Aadhaar card was not compulsory for the citizens for availing the government programmes.

53 crore Indians were officially registered by the Unique Identification Authority of India stating the amount of Rs. 3,494. The Government made appeal on Wednesday to the court that Aadhar was essential for ensuring that the benefits serve to those who are in position to get them.

Mr K. Puttaswamy, the retired Karnataka High Court judge and Mrs Aruna Roy had registered PIL confronting the Centre’s move to make Aadhar compulsory for every Indian citizen for availing the government schemes like the PDS, MNREGA, scholarships, Janani Suraksha Yojana, pensions and LPG connections particularly for weaker economic society.

They also persuaded that the entire process of getting information violated the rights of citizens along with the privacy.

The UIDAI also filed its request on Wednesday in the apex court urging for the withdrawal of its ruling that UID card cannot be made compulsory for enjoying the government schemes and subsidies. It also reported that the PIL petitioners misdirected the court and they played under the hands of “unscrupulous elements” who wished the scheme to go.

Referring to an instance, the UIDAI said that around 45,000 duplicate connections on the basis the Aadhaar numbers were detected by PSU oil companies and in case these connections are blocked, it will be saving around Rs. 23 crores annually.

In also claimed that the court’s September 2013 order had very solemn implication on the implementation of various welfare schemes. It laid stress on the agenda that card should be made mandatory.

“baseless allegations” by the petitioners can never be a reason to doubt  against the implementation of such well thought out scheme by the Indian Government which is certainly now in public interest UIDAI told the court.

Now it is on tenterhook whether Supreme Court would provide relief to UIDAI or not ,but an apex court order making its previous order worthless would prove out to help UPA immensely.


Government all set to introduce NIA Bill in the Parliament

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Statutory status to Aadhaar Card is to be provided by the Government through introducing the NIA Bill in the winter session of the. Until now the legal status of the Aadhaar Card was in the question by the country. Now the bill which will provide legal status to The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) bills and National Identification Authority Bill has also been included for the winter session.  UIDAI chief Nandan Nilekani and Planning Commission’s Montek Singh Ahluwalia also participated in a meeting recently to discuss on this issue. The Unique Identification Authority Of India (UIDAI)  2010 bill was also presented in the parliament earlier as well but standing committee on finance headed by BJP’s Yashwant Sinha rejected it. But it has become important for the government to give it a legal status because of the raised questions over Aadhaar card by the Supreme Court.

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According to the new LPG subsidy Scheme If LPG consumers in Faridabad do not link their Aadhaar card number with bank account and LPG connection number by January 28, they could be denied of LPG subsidy benefits. The Point has been made clear and Government will not take any exceptions. Government has started Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) scheme for transferring subsidy directly into their bank account for which their Aadhaar card is necessary. The Aadhaar Card should be linked to the consumer’s account and detail must be submitted before the last date.  More than half of the Faridabad consumers are not aware about this. The Government is also requesting Gas Company for conducting various awareness project to get maximum response from the consumers. District Manager Pradeep of Indane Gas said that the scheme has started from November 1. About 12% of company’s consumers have linked up Aadhaar card and bank account. But the Government need more cooperation form the people to make this new scheme successful in the whole state.

Due to the Response of the people toward The Aadhaar card, Supreme Court has taken a decision to examine a new petition filed in SC challenging the use of Aadhaar card for opening bank account and registering for voter card as a valid ID and address proof.  New scheme are going under the consideration by the Supreme court for the Aadhaar Card. A bench headed by Justice BS Chauhan has asked for answers from the centre and RBI and has linked the PIL filed by NGO activist Chetna Manch with other petitions. The PIL filed by NGO challenges RBI’s decision to accept Aadhaar Card as KYC norms which was rejected earlier. The Status of the Aadhaar card is also under consideration.  Also Aadhaar card is accepted Aadhaar card as a valid proof for voter card registration by the Election Commission. This decision of Election Commission can help illegal immigrants to get voter card as Aadhaar card act as resident proof but not the citizenship. The Government is taking all the benefits out of the situation in hand. The Aadhaar Card is a very important document in the sight of government and people can take huge benefits with this growing progress.

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Lost my Aadhar Card!! What to Do??

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LOST MY ADHAR CARD !! What to Do??

Once you submit the aadhar enrollment application it takes 2-3 months time for its processing and 2-5 weeks after it dispatches from the Indian post. If the duration has extended beyond that there are chances some errors might have occurred. You can track back the delivery by knowing your enrollment number and enrollment date.

In case you haven’t received your aadhar card check the status on the eaadhar portal on the official website of uidai.

Even if its missing or it is lost by the fault of Indian post or by your fault there is no need to panic. t is always advisable to store the slip or acknowledgement at the time you submit your application for enrollment. t is helpful to get a duplicate copy of your aadhar online. Its validity is same as that of the original.there are chances one may not remember the aadhar number or the enrollment number.In that case

Follow the simple steps:

  • Contact UIDAI on the toll free number available on the official website
  • Give them the details about your name, address, date of birth etc. and try asking about the adhaar card.
  • The uidai assist you to get a duplicate aadhar to the postal address and email id that you registered. They may also SMS you the number of your aadhaar card with the help of which a duplicate card may be issued.
  • If unable in contacting the UIDAI through phones, contact the nearest  regional offices for  lost aadhaar card information.
  • The list of adhaar card regional offices is also available on the official website.
  • Even if regional offices cannot be contacted the aadhar card centers may   prove helpful. The official site will give you the details about the location of the centres


Note :

There is no online system till yet to get the duplicate card if you lose the enrolment slip. Store the slip carefully after registering.

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Downloading the Aadhaar Card

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Downloading the aadhaar card is a simple process.

The UIDAI has enabled the aadhaar card download option. The official website of UIDAI i.e. helps in easy downloading of e aadhaar. The only requirement is to follow simple set of steps described below.

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Step 1:

Click on the e aadhaar portal of UIDAI’s official website You will find it in the “aapka aadhar” section named aadhar enrollment.


Step 2:

Fill the necessary details as written in your aadhar card receipt.

The details on the enrollment receipt are:

1)  The aadhaar card receipt number which is a 14 digit unique number printed on the left of the enrollment receipt.

2)   The date of the enrollment is seen on the right side of the receipt in specific format.

3)   Write the resident’s name or the candidate’s name.

4)   Enter the necessary pincode.

5)   Lastly enter the security code.

Step 3:

Submit the form

If the details you gave were correct its going to redirect you to the mobile asking you to confirm your mobile number. A 6 digit  code called OTP (one time password) would be allotted to you through SMS service. Enter this number to the textbox given and carry on with the proceedings.


Step 4:

After getting confirmed click on the tab named download your eaadhar.  Clicking on the button the eaadhar gets downloaded in PDF format. Open the pdf  and when asked , enter the password. The pin code serves as password. The aadhaar card would now be displayed on the screen.

You can now get the aadhar card printed and use it as your ID proof.



Do not forget to check your details on the aadhar card. Having spell errors leads to problems during verifications. In case any details are found wrong uidai allows you  update them.

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How to Get your Aadhaar Card

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Aadhar card is a unique identity card provided to every individual as a proof of his /her residency in India. Its enrollment is made free of cost for country’s residents and also facilities are there to get it from any part of the country.


There is no way to apply for aadhar card online. To apply for aadhar one can take the appointment online and check for the centers from the website

One has to move physically to the enrollment centre with the listed documents on given date (note that prior appointment is not necessary).



The Application form for Aadhar Card can be Download by : Clicking Here

Also you can get it simply from the centre itself.


Your identity proof : Take any one of the below listed documents

  • Bank pass book
  • Passport
  • Voter’s id
  • Driving license
  • Water bill
  • Graduate degree
  • Passing board certificate
  • Ration card


Your residence proof: There is also the requirement  of your address proof.  Take any one of the proof from  the list given below.

  • Electricity bill
  • Water bill
  • Gas bill
  • Telephone bill
  • Bank pass book
  • Credit card
  • Driving license

In case one does not possess any of the above documents,  he would be still eligible to apply if his/her name is present in  family entitlement documents.

In case one doesn’t possess any documents at all introducers at the centre are there to help. He may also contact to the concern registrar.

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Fill the application form with the necessary personal details. After submission of your form your photo, finger prints and iris scan would be taken for your identification. Check the necessary details at the time of enrollment to prevent any spell errors. Don’t forget to store your acknowledgement slip provided to u with your temporary enrollment number. The time taken in the entire verification process is 2-3 months. The card is then dispatched through Indian post in 3-5 weeks .In case any verification error arises in the process you will be receiving a rejection letter.