Dubai sources have stated that the Indian Consulate General reiterated that non-resident Indians (NRIs) don’t need to link Aadhaar, India’s biometric identity card, to their Permanent Account Number (PAN) issued by the Income Tax authorities.
Meanwhile the requirement of quoting the Aadhaar number in the income tax return will also not apply to NRIs, who are not eligible to get Aadhaar. Aadhaar card enrollment is presently available to residents in India only as per the section 3 of Aadhaar Act, 2016.
Further as Gulf News reported the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi had also
announced that Aadhaar was not mandatory for obtaining a driver’s license or a
SIM card in India. Accordingly Aadhaar is one of the several documents recognized
for address proof of the applicant.
Person who killed an Indian student is shot dead by police New York sources reported that man who was a suspect in the killing of an Indian student in Kansas City has been shot dead by police after he shot and wounded three officers on Sunday. Accordingly the man, who had been under surveillance in connection with the fatal shooting of Sharath Koppu on July 6 at a restaurant, was killed during an exchange of fire with police on Sunday.
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