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Download Duplicate AADHAAR See Procedure Below

With the present government focusing on all the services to get linked with the AADHAR Card, It has now nearly become mandatory for people to get their AADHAR Card. But the slow and ineffective services of various organisations leads to delay in making or receiving our aadhar card. In order to get is we have found an easier solutions for everyone to Get theirs by Downloading aadhaar card.

It might be taking a lot of time for your Aadhaar Card to be delivered at your home, but you need not wait for your Aadhaar Card, you can now Download Aadhar Card by simple steps. All you are required is to provide with your mobile number while enrolling yourselves. This will enable you to download AADHAAR Card duplicate copy or e-AADHAAR card which would be provided from UIDAI website.

Aadhar card or E-Aadhar card is a Proof of Identity and Proof of Address so it is mandatory for us to keep a copy of it for all the purposes.


You can download the Aadhar Letter, all you require is your !

  • Enrolment Number or AADHAAR Card Number.
  • Date and Time of your Enrolment for Aadhar Card.
  • FULL Name which was on the AADHAAR Card
  • Pincode of the mentioned Area.
  • Mobile Number as per the Registration form.


This Simple Procedure below will tell you how to simply download your aadhar card in just 4 Steps and easily obtain your Aadhar Card.


Step 1:

Click on the Link to ->

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Step 2:

Fill the required details for the Aadhar Card that are your Enrolment Number/AADHAR Number, Full Name, Pincode, Captcha Code and Phone Number on the Website.


Step 3:

Click On “GET ONE TIME PASSWORD” Button. This will send a One Time Password (OTP) for verification purposes on your Mobile Phone.


Step 4:


Now Enter this One Time Password(OTP) received from E-AADHAAR Website on the Step 2 section of the Website stating “Enter OTP Received and Download your E-Aadhaar

When we click on Validate and Download we are prompted to Download PDF file which contains our Aadhar Card or the Letter that can be used instead of Original Aadhar Card, The OTP you receive will be used to open the PDF File.


If You Still Face any issues in Downloading E-AADHAAR then you can leave your queries in comments below, we will try to resolve it as soon as possible.

डाउनलोड ई-आधार कार्ड (Hindi Process)

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Keep you Aadhaar in mobile: mAadhaar app launched by UIDAI on Android

UIDAI the agency responsible for Aadhaar has launched an app named mAadhaar, an app for syncing Aadhaar data on mobile phones. The mAadhaar app is available only for Android OS and can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. This new app from UIDAI will let users share their Aadhaar info with third-party services.

What does the mAadhaar app do and is it reliable is a big question. Let us find out all the details about the mAadhaar App by UIDAI.

First and foremost download the app from Google Play Store on your Android Smartphone. Once you have installed and made the setup of the mAadhar app on your phone, your Aadhaar card profile including your number, address and other details will be stored on the app.

This app enables its users to share their Aadhaar profile and data with third-party applications via NFC, QR codes, barcodes or even email their details. One added benefit of having this app in your phone is that if you are buying a new SIM card, you might be asked for an Aadhaar card, you can use this app to share your Aadhaar information with the service provider.


How helpful is the mAadhaar App to the common man?

The app does helps; let us have a look on the options it offers.

  1. If a person has not locked his or her biometrics for Aadhaar, then the app will prompt to lock these.
  2. Do note that once you lock your biometrics, you can’t use these to activate any new service. For ex., if you are establishing a bank account with Aadhaar Card verification, the biometrics will not work since you have locked them. However, you can always unlock these as by going in the settings menu.
  3. Basically the app will let you share your e-KYC or QR code, which has all the data for verification.
  4. You will have to tap on the menu on the top left corner, denoted by three dots.
  5. There is an option to share e-KYC via Bluetooth, email, etc.
  6. Here, the app password is needed to validate all of this data.

Step By Step Procedure for Setting up Your Profile on the App:

  • Once downloaded, open the app.
  • On the home screen you will be asked to create a password. You should enter a password of length minimum 8 and maximum 12 characters. The password should contain at least 1 number, 1 alphabet, 1 special character ( @,#,&,%,*,!,-,(,) ) and 1 alphabet in capital e.g. Example@123
  • As this is password is important, select a password which is unique and has some special characters in it. This password is required every time you perform any action on the app.
  • After you have created the password, fill in your Aadhaar card data.
  • Next, a verification code will be sent to your registered mobile number and your Aadhaar data will be synced with the App.


Key Features of the mAadhaar App by UIDAI:

  • It is a handy way to carry Aadhaar number with demographic details anytime, anywhere.
  • It secures biometric authentication by locking biometrics data.
  • Once resident enables Biometric Locking system their biometric remains locked till the Aadhaar Holder chose to either unlock it or disable the locking system.
  • A TOTP or a Time-based One-Time Password is generated which can be used instead of SMS based OTP.
  • An updated view of Aadhaar profile data after successful completion setup of the app.
  • You can share your QR code and password protected eKYC data to recover accurate demographic information from it instead of manual entry.


Points To Remember When Downloading Maadhaar App:

  • Prior downloading the mAadhaar app on your Android phone, make sure the mobile number/SIM is of the same number as the one linked to your Aadhaar card.
  • Registered Mobile Number is necessary to use mAadhaar app. In the case of not having a registered mobile number on Aadhaar details; visit the nearest Enrolment Centre/Mobile Update End Point.
  • This mobile number, which you had submitted at the time of registering your Aadhaar card, is the one on which you will get an OTP (One Time Password) for validating and setting up profiles on the mAadhaar App.
  • If that mobile number is not active, then verification won’t be successful.
  • Aadhaar profile can be downloaded only on mobile devices having registered mobile number.
  • Please do not navigate from application if it is waiting for SMS. mAadhaar will automatically read the OTP once it is received.
  • There is no provision to manually enter the OTP anywhere in mAadhaar. This is a security feature.
  • mAadhaar needs to connect and download data from UIDAI. So ensure that internet connectivity is available on your phone.
  • One Aadhaar profile can be active on only one device at a time. If you create profile on another device by inserting the SIM in another device, the previous profile would become inactive and would be deleted from older device whenever any operation is attempted from that device.
  • If members of your family have the same mobile number registered as you in their Aadhaar, you can add their profile in your device.
  • A user can add maximum 3 profiles in his device, all having same mobile number registered in their Aadhaar.



The idea is to ease the process of linking and sharing Aadhaar profile.  The main benefit is that now you can do it from your smartphone itself. Where security features of the app are concerned, there is the added measure of entering your password every time you want to do any action on the app.

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Also, the Finance Bill for 2017-18 made it obligatory from July 1 for anyone who has a PAN card to provide their Aadhaar number to the principal director general of income tax (systems) or DGIT (systems). To read more about linking your Aadhaar number with PAN Card read our article. Click Here.

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How to Link your SIM Card with Aadhar Card Easily

A circular has been issued by Department of Telecom (DoT) in March 2017. The circular said that Aadhaar-based e-KYC is mandatory for new mobile phone connections. Further, the circular guided the Telecom companies to re-verify the existing user base, pre-paid and post-paid, using the subscriber’s unique Aadhaar identity number and biometric details. Telecom companies have been given with a span of one year to complete this activity. Hence the customers of certain connections are receiving an SMS asking to link their mobile number to Aadhaar.

Only Reliance-JIO SIM Users Will not Have to Follow This Process as they already have performed the   Biometric Verification at the time of SIM Purchase. Airtel, Idea and some other networks have already sent messages to their users to link Aadhaar card number with the mobile number to continue their services.

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In this article, we are letting you know, how you can re-verify your SIM Card using Aadhar Card.

Linking of Aadhaar Card to Continue Mobile Services is as follows:

If you are an Airtel or Idea company user, you need to follow the below-mentioned steps:

For Airtel and Idea or Other Network Users:

  •    Visit your nearest retail store of Airtel or Idea or Your Respective SIM.
  •    Ask the store keeper for Airtel/Idea Aadhaar Upgradation for existing user.
  •    He will send a four digit verification code (like OTP) on your number for the next level verification process.
  •    You have to give that verification number to the Store keeper Again
  •    The retailer/store keeper will ask for your fingerprint for the biometric verification
  •    Within 24 hours, you will receive another confirmation message indicating your final verification
  •    You just have to reply with the word “Y” (that stands for YES); the verification process will be completed.
  •    You, SIM Card, Has Been Successfully Linked With Your Aadhaar Card

Important Things to Remember When Linking Your Mobile Number with Aadhar Card:

  •    Aadhaar card copy of SIM card owner & its number
  •    Switched on mobile with SIM card
  •    OTP you receive during the entire process
  •    Fingerprint for the biometric verification

Why is it Necessary?

  •    As per New Government Rules & Regulation (DOT), Government prescribed all the telecom operators to re-verify all SIM card by Aadhar Card, otherwise, telecom companies will discontinue all SIM Card those who have not verify or linked their number with their Aadhar Card.
  •    This rule will ban all those who have kept many SIM cards for making fraud calls.
  •    Your SIM will be deactivated upon disobedience of the rule.
  •    The reason why only some users are getting this message is that those users who purchased their SIM cards by other documents like License, Voter id etc. they have to verify their SIM using Aadhar Card number.
  •    Currently, it is Free to link mobile number & Aadhar card.
  •    There is not any online Method available yet so don’t search and trust on any fake websites otherwise your documents will be misused.

Why Has Government Taken This Action?

Due to Crime & fake SIM cards, it is compulsory to Link Aadhar card number to mobile for all new and old users.

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Arun Jaitley gives Statutory Status to Aadhaar

Central government has chosen to give a statutory status to Aadhaar. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley declared this amid his financial plan discourse at the Parliament. Government says that appropriation advantages achieves straightforwardly to penniless individuals through Aadhaar. ” Along with passing of bill, we will make important improvements so that after legal status, all types of government benefits reach directly to the people ” said Jaitley.

Statutory Status to Aadhaar

98 Crore Aadhaar numbers have been issued till now. 26 lakh biometric and 1.5 lakh e-KYC are prepared each day. Aadhaar number has been connected with 11.19 crore direct advantage exchange accounts while complete number of its recipients is 16.5 crore. The bill is at present pending in Rajya Sabha.

The project of giving lawful status to Aadhaar is not new. Aadhaar has been truly condemned and tested in the court following the time of its initiation. Past UPA government was additionally quick to give legitimate spread to this project. At the point when Aadhaar was made compulsory for profiting advantages of different government plans or administrations like LPG sponsorship, MGNREGA compensation, Property Registration, and so forth; it began confronting issues. Supreme Court in its request has additionally iterated a few times that Aadhaar can’t be made an obligatory apparatus for getting government advantages. The bill to give lawful status to Aadhaar is as of now pending in Supreme Court.

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Documents which are Required for Aadhar Card

All the Aadhar Card Enrolment Centers requires the proof of individuals which can then be verified to provide you with the unique number. The documents require one’s identity proof, one’s resident proof and also one’s date of birth proof. These are the details you will be finding on your Aadhar  Card which later will be serving as a proof to all three just on one card.

It is necessary that one should carry the original as well as the photocopy of the documents along with him to the centre for the cross verification purpose. The original documents are returned back after the cross checking with the Xerox documents.


Below is the list of documents which are considered valid for identification purpose.

Identity proof for AADHAAR CARD:

Take any one of the below listed documents along to the  centre and its original copy.

  • Bank pass book
  • Passport
  • Voter’s id
  • Driving license
  • Water bill
  • Graduate degree
  • Passing board certificate
  • Ration card
  • Photo id recognized by educational institute
  • Arms license
  • Disability/physically handicapped certificate
  • Kissan photo passbook
  • Photo bank ATM card
  • Photo credit card
  • Freedom fighter photo card
  • CGHS/ECHS photo card

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Address proof for AADHAAR CARD:

Take any of the below listed documents

  • Passport
  • PO account statement
  • Ration card
  • Voter ID
  • Electricity bill
  • Water bill
  • Driving license
  • Telephone bill
  • Credit card
  • Tax receipt
  • Insurance policy
  • Kissan identity card
  • NREGS job card
  • Arms license
  • Pensioner card
  • Caste and domicile certificate
  • Registered sell/lease agreement
  • Passport of spouse


Documents containing relationship proof:

  • PDS card
  • MNREGA card
  • Govt issued family entitlement document
  • Birth certificate issued by registrar,municipality or any other local govt body
  • Pensioner card
  • Army canteen card
  • Passport
  • CGHS /State govt medical card


Date of birth proof for AADHAAR CARD:

  • Birth certificate
  • SSLC book/ certificate
  • Passport
  • Certificate of birth issued by gazzeted officer(group A) on letterhead
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Son meets his parents after 7 years because of Aadhaar

The incident took place in the city of Meerut where a missing son finally meets his family members after years because his aadhaar was received on the proper address.

For a time span of seven years, Nathu Singh, who was locked in Meerut jail while attending a 10 year-sentence for assisting his friend who abandoned with a girl, had sent numerous letters to his town in Madhya Pradesh, but none of them were responded because the letters essentially never reached his family.

Considering that he was missing, his blood relatives in the meantime had lost all optimism of ever seeing him again. Then, as Meerut jail authorities got instructions to get Aadhar cards made for all prisoners, he was enquired his home address for papers. And thus his Aadhar card reached his astonishment and delighted parents!

His mother broke out both in tears and laughter and asked some of the younger relatives in the family to track her son using computer and some technology. Soon they got a clue on Nathu, who used to work as a farming labourer in a Meerut village when he was accused with assisting the elopement. Nathu, however, still refuses he had anything to do with the matter. The family finally had a sobbing reunion, and Nathu on time presented to his mother the Rs 4,000 he had got as a prisoner working in jail.

It was because of the Aadhaar card with the help of which Nathu’s clue after being missing was found out.

Jail supervisor SHM Rizvi said that nearly 8 to 9 months ago, they got instructions from the central government to assist the making of Aadhaar cards for all the inmates in the jail. They followed the instructions and they got Aadhar cards made for three thousand inmates and Nathu happened to be one of those three thousand. Appreciatively this time his Aadhaar reached his home — while his past letters were not received by his family. Thus Nathu was able to meet his family eventually.

Nathu’s family members includes his father, his mother and 3 sisters. His family members are impending to meet him. Nathu, no wonder, is super excited to meet them, is over the moon after hearing this news.

Nathu further mentioned while sobbing that Seven years is a long time but he is yet thankful to god that he eventually listened to his prayers and answered them. Though, still there are three years to go before he walks out as a free man he said.

Nathu reached in Meerut in August 2007 and initiated working as a farm worker at Jesupur village. He says there he became friends with Raju Singh. Raju Singh was in love with a village girl. Later, he abandoned with this girl and Nathu was thought to be a partner in crime and was blamed to be responsible for this elope. So he was detained for being an assistant in this activity. Nathu’s parents lived in a rural community in Shahdol district of Madhya Pradesh also called MP. Nathu says that he was not able to even hire a lawyer for himself at that time. The girl’s family also appeared against him in the court and later he was sentenced to 10 years of detention for the crimes.

According to Rizvi, Nathu’s activities in jail has been remarkably good, subsequent to which he has been given the role of a criminal supervisor, a post in which a criminal with a good conduct supports regular jail staff to sustain discipline and also acts as an assistant.

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Government approves Aadhaar card to be voluntary, but not “obligatory”

Aadhaar serves as a unique ID proof for every citizen.It was always a topic of debate whether to make aadhaar card compulsory or to make them voluntary so as to facilitate the use of the government introduced schemes in favour of a common man. With Modi Sarkar in administration Aadhaar received thumbs up but it was decided to make the aadhaar card voluntary and not mandatory. UID scheme plays a major role and till date it has covered 67% of the total inhabitants of the country who have registered for Aadhaar card and submitted their biometric details.

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Standing into the shoes of UPA administration, the Centre on Friday told Supreme Court that it would carry on with Unique Identification (UID) or Aadhaar card scheme for its multiple welfares to community.

Modi government made it certain that UID scheme is “voluntary” and not mandatory. The top court, which had controlled the authorities from making the Aadhaar card obligatory for ranging benefits to community in September 2013, had requested the Modi government to explain whether it would like to last with the scheme.

“There is a dense case for extension of the UID scheme in opinion of the extensive use and the paybacks being provided to the Aadhaar enrollees,” the government said filing a joint affidavit counting finance ministry, Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) and other authorities in reaction to the court’s inquiry on a PIL which tested the cogency of the Aadhaar card scheme.

“The enrolment to the UID scheme is done only on a voluntary basis and it is not obligatory upon any individual to register with UID scheme and thus part with their biometric info,” the government added.

Contrasting the PIL, which wanted court to strike down the plan, management provided the statistics over the scheme stating that by  March 31, 2015 a increasing expenses of Rs.5,980 crore and over 1,000 crore on IT set-up has been suffered under the scheme.”

“Over Rs.80.48 crore UID numbers have been generated on requests, also Rs.16.25 crore bank accounts have been connected to it making it easier for the civilians to get direct benefit transfer (DBT), also over 37 crore cooking gas subsidy transfer trades amounting to total of over Rs. 11,500 crore and a total of 61 lakh expense transactions have been done through DBT across the republic for 34 schemes amounting to Rs 681.14 crore,” as specified in the affidavit while clarifying the numerous welfares of the scheme.

It quoted the instance of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act also known as MNREGA, the government appealed that the UID scheme has assisted it in rationalization the MGNREGA data base.

Countering the assertions in the PIL, the ruling classes said the UID has both constitutional as well as legal basis, the government said overview of the scheme falls within the realm of constructive duties that must  be released by the state.

Even though Right to Privacy Bill is under attention now a day, it laid stress on right to privacy and data safety. Explaining that it said, “Robust methods are being implemented to defend the information linked to Aadhaar and its use. UID structure ensures data security fortification.”

The court was facing a PIL filed by Bangalore’s resident named Mathew Thomas claiming that assemblage of data was being carried out by definite foreign firms with alleged doubtful credentials which would interrupt one’s confidentiality and privacy.

Inquisitive of the locus of the requester, the administration wanted the court to discard the appeal and permit it to go forward with the scheme.

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Aadhar-card rider disablement in searching relief for flood-victims: Govt

In September 2014, the Kashmir region saw tragic floods across many of its regions caused by heavy rainfall. The Indian managed Jammu and Kashmir, as well as Pakistan managed Azad Kashmir, the major areas that were affected included Gilgit-Baltistan and Punjab By September 24, 2014, approximately 277 people in the country and 280 people in Pakistan had died due to the overflows.

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According to the Home Ministry of India, some thousand villages across the state had been hit and three ninety villages had been totally flooded. In actual statistics 2600 settlements were reported to be affected in Jammu and Kashmir, out of which 390 were completely submerged. 1225 villages were partly affected and 1000 villages were affected in Jammu Division.

The state government has well-versed Jammu and Kashmir High court that necessary furnishing of Aadhaar Cards is evidencing a weakness for the Government to upload the list of receivers and claimants online, whose living places were smashed in shattering floods in September last year.

Hearing a Public Interest Lawsuit on restoration of flood victims of 2014 Floods, a union bench comprising Chief Justice N Paul Vasanthakumar and also Justice Ali Muhammad Magrey, still, observed, “Aadhaar cards can never be made essential for proof of identity as also held by the Supreme Court.”

“You are making the process complex. There is voter identity card, gas-connection card, ration card etc which can be used as unique individual proof,” the bench witnessed.

The bench made these annotations following the proposal by Advocate General, R A Jan that Central National Disaster Management Authority has pursued Aadhaar card as identity proof before releasing the return to beneficiaries of the devastating flood funds, whose homes were damaged in floods in September 2014.

The Advocate General appealed that the state government has occupied the issue of Aadhaar card with the central government and demanded that the same be distributed with voter identity card or gas connection card be considered as identity proof.

In the meantime the bench focused the Assistant Solicitor General  ASGI, S A Makroo, seeming for the central government, to pursue info whether the central government has spread with Aadhar Card as identity proof for discharging the compensation and acknowledged other identity proofs for emancipating the funds for the flood victims.

Advocate Jehnagir Iqbal Ganie on behalf of the supplicant at the threshold of the actions drew consideration of the court in the direction of the affidavit by central government representing that payment for the flood affected people could not be on the loose as the state government has not posted the list of recipients.

The express judgment was taken after J&K Governor NN Vohra saw union home minister Rajnath Singh and union finance minister Arun Jaitley amongst assumptions to discuss government formation and augmenting relief return for flood victims as an instant measure.

Rajnath Singh discussed with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to get an initial agreement for the entire obtainable funds being used to appropriately recompense the owners of harshly and partially damaged pacca and katcha houses.

The document attests that the central government was prepared to pay added financial assistance of fifty thousand each for harshly damaged ‘paca’ house and twenty five thousand each for partly damaged house, ten thousand to severally dented ‘kacha’ house and five thousand to partially ‘kacha’ house but miscarried to do so for the list of receivers to be uploaded by the state government.

Closely 2.5 lakh constructions were smashed in the shattering floods in the month of September 2014 and out of them, 199,964 are inhabited houses. 20952 belong to the fully broken ‘pucca/kutcha’ group.

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Aadhaar will now be Lifeline of Everyone!

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.

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Nandan’s Resignation Brings Fate of Aadhar in Danger

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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