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Rahul Gandhi tried hard for a pro-UPA statement, Nobel laureate Abhijit Banerjee focused on cash transfer to people to kickstart the economy

Abhijit Banerjee stated that many people are still left out of welfare schemes and for that the governments should take the risk of corruption and misappropriation and just make funds available to local authorities so they can distribute money to the people who need it.

Activists accuse police of doing “illegal cordon and search” after fraudulently obtained Aadhaar cards recovered in Telangana

The Telangana police have come under the scanner of privacy activists for its "cordon and search operations"

Union government to link Aadhaar with Election ID cards to weed out bogus entries, to introduce ‘remote’ voting for migrant voters

Government proposes to link Aadhaar with Election Identity cards to remove bogus and duplicate entries

UIDAI refutes media reports, says notice issued to 127 alleged illegal immigrants and has nothing to do with proof of citizenship

In a series of tweets, the UIDAI clarified that no such notices have been issued to people to prove their citizenship as Aadhaar is not a document of citizenship.

Record number of Income Tax Return filed in a single day, I-T dept to issue PAN if ITR filed with only Aadhaar

The dept will allot a fresh PAN to a person who files I-T Returns (ITR) with only Aadhaar as part of a new arrangement to link the two databases

Illegal Rohingya immigrants reach as far as Ladakh, agencies suspect local support

The security agencies had warned the center and the state governments of a possible mass movement of Rohingyas from the northeastern states.

Digital security company apologises for false report on ‘Aadhar data breach’

Gemalto had published a report this month claiming 1.2 billion records in Aadhar database have been compromised.

Despite High Court order, Delhi government schools seek voter ID and Aadhaar details of parents of students

Earlier, the DoE had issued a circular on September 11 seeking voter id and Aadhar details of parents of all the students.

Aadhar judgement has not gone far enough: NITI Ayog CEO

The apex court should have asked the centre for guidelines instead of scrapping section 57, says Amitabh Kant

Did anti-Aadhar brigade lose interest in Cambridge Analytica because Congress’ name came up?

We will never know if Cambridge Analytica actually stole data for the Congress Party

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Despite shrill Rafale campaign, Rahul Gandhi has attended zero sittings of Parliamentary Committee on Defence

Rahul Gandhi has not attended a single sitting of the of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defence.

In a first in the world, Indian Railways sets up solar power plant in Madhya Pradesh to run trains

The 1.7 MW solar power plant of Indian Railways will feed power to the overhead power lines to power the traction systems of locomotives

Ladakh standoff: Tibetan community in Manali cheer for Indian Army, wave flags as the convoy passes by

The current standoff between India and China began on May 5-6 and has been continuing all along the LAC up to Sikkim.

Agra’s Taj Mahal may reopen from Monday with restrictions, district authorities in dilemma as fresh cases rise

The visitors to the Taj Mahal will have to mandatorily wear masks at all times, and keep their distance from each other.

Politics and Instagram generation: Of memes, misinformation and whole lot of misguided youth

The newer generation seems as clueless about politics as the current opposition leaders.

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