Supreme Court Aadhaar Hearing


'Supreme Court Aadhaar Hearing' - 10 News Result(s)

  • Centre Said Court Ordered Aadhaar-Phone Linking. Top Court's Rejoinder

    Centre Said Court Ordered Aadhaar-Phone Linking. Top Court's Rejoinder

    For more than a year, the centre has cited a Supreme Court ruling to order millions of mobile phone subscribers to link their phone connection with an Aadhaar number and many have complied. On Wednesday, the Supreme Court pulled out the ruling. It turned out that the Supreme Court had never ordered the government to link mobile phones with Aadhaar.

  • "Is Everyone A Terrorist?" Supreme Court Judge Asks Why Link Cellphone To Aadhaar

    "Is Everyone A Terrorist?" Supreme Court Judge Asks Why Link Cellphone To Aadhaar

    The government's decision to use Aadhaar to reach benefits to the poor, curb money laundering and protect tax collections is understandable, the Supreme Court remarked on Thursday. But, the Supreme Court asked, could the government go on to make Aadhaar mandatory for every transaction. "There comes the problem," Justice DY Chandrachud observed, won...

  • "Tomorrow May Say Give Blood Sample": Supreme Court Judge On Aadhaar Body Powers

    "Tomorrow May Say Give Blood Sample": Supreme Court Judge On Aadhaar Body Powers

    The UIDAI, which runs the Aadhaar identification programme, has been given wide powers and could tomorrow ask people to give their blood samples too, a Supreme Court judge observed on Wednesday, expressing concern at the powers that the 2016 Aadhaar law had given to the UIDAI, or the Unique Identification Authority of India.

  • Will Take Supercomputer "Age Of Universe" To Hack Into Data: Aadhaar Boss

    Will Take Supercomputer "Age Of Universe" To Hack Into Data: Aadhaar Boss

    Aadhaar data has been secured by a 2048-bit encryption key that will take a supercomputer more than the age of universe, or over 13 billion years, to crack, Ajay Bhushan Pandey, the chief of UIDAI which runs the identification programme, told the Supreme Court today.

  • What Is Wrong With 'One Nation, One Identity', Supreme Court Asks West Bengal Government

    What Is Wrong With 'One Nation, One Identity', Supreme Court Asks West Bengal Government

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday questioned the West Bengal government for its stand against the Centre's Aadhaar scheme, saying what was wrong in having 'one nation, one identity' for all Indians through the measure.

  • Can't Government Have Legit Concerns: Top Court On Anti-Aadhaar Argument

    Can't Government Have Legit Concerns: Top Court On Anti-Aadhaar Argument

    Can the government not have "legitimate concern" that the benefits of its social welfare schemes are reaching the right persons or verify whether the beneficiaries are even alive or not, the Supreme Court asked today.

  • Why Can't Centre Compel Citizens To Get Aadhaar, Asks Top Court: 10 Facts

    Why Can't Centre Compel Citizens To Get Aadhaar, Asks Top Court: 10 Facts

    Aadhaar is a "giant electronic mesh" and will turn the country "into a surveillance state," petitioners alleged today as five judges of the Supreme Court began final hearing on a batch of petitions that challenge the citizen identity programme, contending that it violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy. The petitions also argue agains...

  • 'You Cleared Aadhaar For 6 Schemes, Centre Made It 139': Court Told

    'You Cleared Aadhaar For 6 Schemes, Centre Made It 139': Court Told

    Aadhaar has been made mandatory for bank accounts and welfare schemes in violation of an earlier order of the Supreme Court that called it voluntary, petitioners opposing the government move told a five-judge bench of the top court today. Instead of making it mandatory for six schemes, as ordered by the court, the government had extended it to 139...

  • Supreme Court To Hear Petitions On Compulsory Aadhaar Linking Today: 10 Facts

    Supreme Court To Hear Petitions On Compulsory Aadhaar Linking Today: 10 Facts

    Five judges of the Supreme Court will tomorrow start hearing a bunch of petitions that wants the court to stop the government from forcing people to link their Aadhaar number to access public services and benefits. The government had spelt out 31 December as the deadline for linking the 12-digit number to their bank accounts and other financial dea...

  • Centre Gets 4 Weeks To Explain Why Aadhaar Is A Must For Cellphones

    Centre Gets 4 Weeks To Explain Why Aadhaar Is A Must For Cellphones

    As the head of a state government, Mamata Banerjee is out of line for challenging the mandatory use of Aadhaar for welfare schemes, the Supreme Court said today, rebuking the West Bengal Chief Minister

'Supreme Court Aadhaar Hearing' - 10 News Result(s)

  • Centre Said Court Ordered Aadhaar-Phone Linking. Top Court's Rejoinder

    Centre Said Court Ordered Aadhaar-Phone Linking. Top Court's Rejoinder

    For more than a year, the centre has cited a Supreme Court ruling to order millions of mobile phone subscribers to link their phone connection with an Aadhaar number and many have complied. On Wednesday, the Supreme Court pulled out the ruling. It turned out that the Supreme Court had never ordered the government to link mobile phones with Aadhaar.

  • "Is Everyone A Terrorist?" Supreme Court Judge Asks Why Link Cellphone To Aadhaar

    "Is Everyone A Terrorist?" Supreme Court Judge Asks Why Link Cellphone To Aadhaar

    The government's decision to use Aadhaar to reach benefits to the poor, curb money laundering and protect tax collections is understandable, the Supreme Court remarked on Thursday. But, the Supreme Court asked, could the government go on to make Aadhaar mandatory for every transaction. "There comes the problem," Justice DY Chandrachud observed, won...

  • "Tomorrow May Say Give Blood Sample": Supreme Court Judge On Aadhaar Body Powers

    "Tomorrow May Say Give Blood Sample": Supreme Court Judge On Aadhaar Body Powers

    The UIDAI, which runs the Aadhaar identification programme, has been given wide powers and could tomorrow ask people to give their blood samples too, a Supreme Court judge observed on Wednesday, expressing concern at the powers that the 2016 Aadhaar law had given to the UIDAI, or the Unique Identification Authority of India.

  • Will Take Supercomputer "Age Of Universe" To Hack Into Data: Aadhaar Boss

    Will Take Supercomputer "Age Of Universe" To Hack Into Data: Aadhaar Boss

    Aadhaar data has been secured by a 2048-bit encryption key that will take a supercomputer more than the age of universe, or over 13 billion years, to crack, Ajay Bhushan Pandey, the chief of UIDAI which runs the identification programme, told the Supreme Court today.

  • What Is Wrong With 'One Nation, One Identity', Supreme Court Asks West Bengal Government

    What Is Wrong With 'One Nation, One Identity', Supreme Court Asks West Bengal Government

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday questioned the West Bengal government for its stand against the Centre's Aadhaar scheme, saying what was wrong in having 'one nation, one identity' for all Indians through the measure.

  • Can't Government Have Legit Concerns: Top Court On Anti-Aadhaar Argument

    Can't Government Have Legit Concerns: Top Court On Anti-Aadhaar Argument

    Can the government not have "legitimate concern" that the benefits of its social welfare schemes are reaching the right persons or verify whether the beneficiaries are even alive or not, the Supreme Court asked today.

  • Why Can't Centre Compel Citizens To Get Aadhaar, Asks Top Court: 10 Facts

    Why Can't Centre Compel Citizens To Get Aadhaar, Asks Top Court: 10 Facts

    Aadhaar is a "giant electronic mesh" and will turn the country "into a surveillance state," petitioners alleged today as five judges of the Supreme Court began final hearing on a batch of petitions that challenge the citizen identity programme, contending that it violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy. The petitions also argue agains...

  • 'You Cleared Aadhaar For 6 Schemes, Centre Made It 139': Court Told

    'You Cleared Aadhaar For 6 Schemes, Centre Made It 139': Court Told

    Aadhaar has been made mandatory for bank accounts and welfare schemes in violation of an earlier order of the Supreme Court that called it voluntary, petitioners opposing the government move told a five-judge bench of the top court today. Instead of making it mandatory for six schemes, as ordered by the court, the government had extended it to 139...

  • Supreme Court To Hear Petitions On Compulsory Aadhaar Linking Today: 10 Facts

    Supreme Court To Hear Petitions On Compulsory Aadhaar Linking Today: 10 Facts

    Five judges of the Supreme Court will tomorrow start hearing a bunch of petitions that wants the court to stop the government from forcing people to link their Aadhaar number to access public services and benefits. The government had spelt out 31 December as the deadline for linking the 12-digit number to their bank accounts and other financial dea...

  • Centre Gets 4 Weeks To Explain Why Aadhaar Is A Must For Cellphones

    Centre Gets 4 Weeks To Explain Why Aadhaar Is A Must For Cellphones

    As the head of a state government, Mamata Banerjee is out of line for challenging the mandatory use of Aadhaar for welfare schemes, the Supreme Court said today, rebuking the West Bengal Chief Minister

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