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Download Aadhaar card without registered number OTP verification, here’s how



Aadhaar Card

Aadhaar card is by far one of the most crucial documents required for several verification processes for availing benefits under several schemes offered by state and central government, banks and other financial institutes, among other departments. One can easily download a copy of their Aadhaar Card from the official portal of the Aadhaar issuing body – the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI)

Previously, one needed to verify their personal details with an OTP verification. The OTP was only sent to the mobile number registered with the Aadhaar Card. However, to make it easier for cardholders devoid of mobile numbers or internet services for that matter, UIDAI has now allowed downloading of Aadhaar cards without the requirement to verify the registered numbers.

With the recent change, Aadhaar cardholders can order download the document or order its reprint without the need to verify registered phone numbers. Cardholders need to verify their details with any phone number that is accessible to them.

Here’s a step-by-step process following which you can download Aadhaar Card:

1. Visit UIDAI’s official portal.

2. Go to the ‘My Aadhaar’ section in the dropdown menu.

3. Select the ‘Order Aadhaar Reprint’ option.

4. Enter the 12-digit Aadhaar number or 16-digit Virtual Identification Number (VID).

5. Verify your details by entering the security or captcha code.

6. Select the ‘My Mobile number is not registered’ option.

7. You now need to share a mobile number not registered with the Aadhaar Card.

8. Click the ‘Send OTP’ button and submit the OTP.

9. Accept the ‘terms and conditions’ of UIDAI and submit.

10. Click on the ‘Make payment’ option.

11. Pay Rs 50 using debit card, credit card, net banking or mobile wallets.

12. After you have paid the fees, you’ll get a tracking id. You can use the ID to track the progress of the delivery of your PVC Aadhaar card.


Aadhaar Card Update: Aadhaar not a valid proof of age – High Court




Aadhaar Card

From time and again, many Indians have tried to produce an Aadhaar Card as a document to verify age. However, in a recent case, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has clarified that the 12-digit identification number cannot be used as proof of age.

The court noted that since no documentary details are asked at the time of Aadhaar Card enrollment, the document can’t be used as valid proof of age.

The Aadhaar Card, which is issued by the Unique Identity Development Authority of India (UIDAI), has become a really crucial document in recent times. From availing several services offered by the central and state governments to applying for banking facilities, one needs to produce an Aadhaar card.

Punjab and Haryana High Court were hearing a petition filed by a couple who had run away from Haryana’s Jind district, according to a report by TOI. Justice Amol Rattan Singh had passed the order related to Aadhar’s validity as a valid proof of age.

The HC reportedly said that there is no proof of age of either of the petitioners other than their Aadhaar cards. “….Hence, if upon actual verification the age of the petitioners, especially petitioner No. 1 (girl), is found to be below marriageable age in terms of the Prohibition of Child Marriage Act, 2006, this order will not bar proceedings under the provisions of that act, all offences punishable under the provisions of the said act being cognisable in terms of Section 15 thereof,” the HC was quoted as saying by TOI.

The court has also directed authorities to determine the actual age of the girl. Legal action will be taken against the couple if the true age is found false. However, for now, the court has granted police protection to the couple.



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How much will iPhone 13, 13 Mini, 13 Pro & iPhone 13 Pro Max cost in India?




iPhone 13

Apple launched the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 series in India. The iPhone series has been refreshed with four new smartphones: iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max.

India Pricing of new iPhone 13 Series

iPhone 13 Pro Max

128GB: ₹1,29,900
256GB: ₹1,39.900
512GB: ₹1,59,900
1TB: ₹1,79,900
iPhone 13 Pro

128GB: ₹1,19,900
256GB: ₹1,29,900
512GB: ₹1,49,900
1TB: ₹1,69,900
iPhone 13

128GB: ₹79,900
256GB: ₹89,900
512GB: ₹1,09,900
iPhone 13 mini

128GB: ₹69,900
256GB: ₹79,900
512GB: ₹99,900


The pre-orders for the new iPhones will go live at 5:30PM IST on Friday, 17 September and the devices will be available from Friday, 24 September.

The iPhone 13 Pro variants received a major display upgrade. The new Pro variants finally get a Pro Motion Display that supports up to 120Hz refresh rate.

Additionally, the iPhone 13 Pro gets a triple lens setup. Compared to the iPhone 13, the device gets an extra telephoto lens. Both iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro come are powered by A15 Bionic chipset.

In terms of design, both Pro and non-Pro versions of the iPhone 13 retain a lot of elements from the iPhone 12. The camera module on the iPhone 13 has been changed slightly with a diagonal positioning of both the sensors.

The iPhone 13 is available in five colours including a new Pink colour whereas the iPhone 13 Pro models are available in four stainless steel colours including a new Sierra Blue.

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SBI alert! Banking services to be closed for 2 hours tomorrow, transactions to be affected –Check details here




State Bank of India (SBI) has yet again come up with its maintenance work, due to which customers won’t be able to use SBI’s digital banking services.

SBI took to Twitter to inform about the temporary suspension of internet banking services so that its customers can schedule their transactions accordingly without facing any issues. SBI has requested its esteemed customers to bear with the bank it strives to provide a better Banking experience.

SBI tweeted that the state lender will be undertaking maintenance activities on its internet banking application between 00.00 hours and 02.00 hours on on September 15 (120 minutes). During this period OnlineSBI will be unavailable, SBI said.

Prior to this, SBI temporarily shut down its services for maintenance breaks last month too. The bank’s digital services remained unavailable for a few hours on July 16 and July 17.

SBI posted a 55 per cent rise in standalone net profit at Rs 6,504 crore for the first quarter of the current financial year, helped by decline in bad loans. The lender had reported a net profit of Rs 4,189.34 crore in the April-June quarter of 2020-21.


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