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Aadhaar case: What needs to be linked, what's not

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Aadhaar: What needs to be linked, what does not

The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the constitutional validity of the Aadhaar scheme. The apex court in its judgement listed out a host of services for which linking of Aadhaar is not mandatory. Here is a ready reckoner on what needs to be linked to Aadhaar and what doesn't need to be linked:

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Sect 57 of Aadhaar struck down: What it means

Supreme Court has struck down the Section 57 of the Aadhaar Act which allowed sharing of data with private entities. The court's judgement means that private bodies like telecom companies, e-commerce firms cannot ask for biometric and other data from consumers for their services.​​

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SC verdict on Aadhaar: Key points

The Supreme Court on Wednesday declared the Aadhaar scheme as constitutionally valid. The SC asked the Centre to bring a robust law for data protection as soon as possible. The apex court's five-judge bench said Aadhaar means unique and it is better to be unique than being best.

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Promotion quota: SC says no need to collect data

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Live: SC verdict on Aadhaar today

A five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court, led by CJI Dipak Misra, will today deliver the judgment on the constitutional validity of Aadhaar, challenged by 31 petitions on the grounds that it violated the right to privacy of citizens. Stay with us for all updates

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Rafale deal was 'govt-to-govt' discussion: Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron has said the Rafale deal was a "government-to-government" discussion and he was not in power when the multi-billion dollar agreement for 36 fighter jets was signed between India and France.

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Times Top 10: Rafale may take Parl back to 2010

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SC/ST promotion quota: SC says no need to collect data

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Badminton stars Saina, Kashyap to tie knot in Dec

Badminton stars Saina Nehwal and Parupalli Kashyap are to tie the knot later this year. It has reliably learnt that the marriage will take place on December 16. It is planned to be a private affair with only about 100 people attending. The bigger festivities will unfold later that week with a grand reception slated for December 21.

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Rewari 'rapists' had assaulted at least 4 earlier

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Number of women pilots doubles to 1,000 in 4 yrs

Women account for 12.4% of India's pilots, with 1,092 of the total 8,797 pilots in schedule domestic airlines being ladies. India has, in fact, seen the number of women pilots almost double in last four years. In 2014, 586 of the 5,050 pilots (11.6%) in domestic schedule airlines were women.

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Asia Cup: India-Afghanistan match ends in a tie

Dhoni's trusted lieutenant Ravindra Jadeja shepherded the lower-order with his 25 off 34 only to be holed out at deep mid-wicket off Rashid Khan, with a single needed off two balls, chasing 253. India were bowled out with one ball to spare.

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Bowling karega ya change karein: Dhoni to Yadav

Stand-in skipper MS Dhoni, who was leading the Indian team for the record 200th time in ODIs after nearly two years on Tuesday, came up with one of his stinging one-liner from behind the stumps that beat chinaman Kuldeep Yadav all ends up.

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Election candidates must advertise their crime record in media: SC

The court recommended that Parliament urgently enact legislation to prevent tainted criminals from becoming lawmakers. While it did not change the law, it hit on the innovative method of getting candidates and their parties to publicise pending criminal cases that often remain encased in election affidavits.

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