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UIDAI continually requests Aadhaar card holders to update their information to maintain the accuracy of their demographic data.
UIDAI, the governing body of Aadhaar has made it mandatory to update Aadhaar card details every 10 years to ensure that the data is accurate and up-to-date. The online Aadhaar update process is free of charge until September 14, 2023.
There have been many changes which would come into effect from September and would have a great impact on the common man. This includes everything from gas prices to credit card rules. A look at the changes: Commercial cylinder to be cheaper The government has reduced the rates of 19 kg commercial cylinders which will come into effect from today (August 1). In Delhi, the price of commercial cylind
The best way to ensure safety is to keep checking the history of your Aadhaar card usage. UIDAI offers the facility to check the history of your Aadhaar card.
UIDAI asked citizens to always update their Aadhaar card details through the official Aadhaar portal or visit the nearby Aadhaar centres for the changes.
The chairperson and the members appointed under the Aadhaar Act hold office for a term of three years or up to the age of sixty-five years, whichever is earlier
Aadhaar, the vital identity document for Indian citizens, holds critical information like name, address, photo, and biometric data. However, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has recently sounded an alarm, cautioning citizens against sharing any documents over email or WhatsApp for Aadhaar updates. Through a post on the social media platform X (formerly Twitter), UIDAI alerted u
Aadhaar scam: The Indian government has raised a red flag for Aadhaar users, alerting them to a surge in fraudulent activities. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), through its official presence on a popular social media platform (formerly known as Twitter), has taken proactive steps to inform users about the risks of falling victim to scams.
The Unique Identification Authority of India may appoint Neelkanth Mishra as Chairman, Nilesh Shah and Professor Mausam as part-time members.