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Don’t be surprised, if Aadhar Card details become mandatory for shopping or clubbing.

Central Government is making Aadhar Card mandatory for filing the tax return, applying for a Driving license, forNot only this Aadhar card also played a crucial role in procuring Jio sim cards .Now Aadhar cards will soon be required for booking domestic flights.

As per English daily, Central Government has asked Wipro to develop a blueprint for Aadhaar-based biometric access to flyers at all the airports across India. In this regard, Wipro is expected to give a report by early May after which it is expected all that the passengers will need their thumb impression for identification to fly for domestic flights.

This shows the Central government is making all its efforts to grant Aadhar Card as the only identity card of India.
Airports Authority of India (AAI) chairman Guruprasad Mohapatra told English daily “It was felt a joint system be developed that can be replicated by all airports. Wipro has been asked to develop a concept note in this regard after consulting all stakeholders, including the JV airport operators. We are seeing what all airport processes can be made e-enabled,”  He also added “Once they reach the airport they are flying out of, flyers can just keep their thumb on touch pad at the entry point. Once inside, a similar process can be repeated at other places like check-in. We want passengers to have as seamless and effortless travel experience at airports as possible,” Mohapatra said

Till now, use of Aadhaar Card has been extended for the filing of income tax return, opening a bank account, for getting a Passport, accessing to provident fund, for free LPG connection, Even for the mid-day meal scheme.

Aadhar which is a 12-digit uniquely number issued to all Indian residents based on their biometric and demographic.So, dear readers don’t be surprised in future, if Aadhar card details become necessary while  shopping or having lunch/dinner in restaurants.

Eid is today, Eid is tomorrow! A never ending issue!

Eid-ul-Fitar marks the end of Ramzan month, traditionally it is the day beginning at sunset of the first sighting of the crescent moon shortly after sunset. If the moon is not observed immediately after the 29th day of the previous lunar month either because clouds block its view or because the western sky is still too bright when the moon sets then it is the following day.

Start of Ramadan, which is a lunar month, and the Eid al-Fitr holiday that follows the fast have long been an issue of conflict in the Islamic world. For Muslims in Turkey, Central Asia, and the Balkans, Ramadan fasting starts after the crescent of the new moon is sighted with a naked eye. Arab countries like Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Syria, Iraq and the United Arab Emirates, on the other hand, take as a basis the moon’s state of alignment with the Earth. Because of sectarian differences, various communities in the same country are also often at odds, starting the fast and Eid on different dates.

It’s a never-ending issue for Muslims, If the Saudis say the Eid starts today, the Shiites would say tomorrow. The Eid is announced only the evening before. Those who say the Eid is tomorrow walk down the streets for shopping. Muslims followed different applications of the Islamic calendar and thus while some Muslims started fasting on a certain date another community of Muslims started to fast the next day and some others the day after. So Ramadan started for Muslims on three separate dates.

Thus, Eid-ul-Fitr festivities, which start at the end of Ramadan, were also observed on three separate dates, which only showed the divisions in the Islamic world rather than the factors that unite Muslims. There have been instances in the Balkans where members of the same Muslim congregation started fasting on different days because of their sectarian affiliations. The disputes arose from the interpretations of the Islamic laws and rules. Some scholars said they have to view the crescent with their own eyes to be able to say the lunar month has started while others said this can be done through scientific methods and thus insistence on actually seeing the new crescent with the naked eye is archaic and redundant.

Now just say ‘Hellopanditji’… and Panditji is at your doorstep!

India is a busy country you know and so are people. No one has time to invest in going shopping thus, it gave birth to digital India. India has grown to be so digital that even the methods of ‘Puja’ have changed.

People who like to buy everything over the Internet, now there is a good news for them. You can find a ‘Panditji’ on the Internet. Yes, now you are free from the hustle of going to the ‘mandir’ and calling the ‘Panditji’ again and again to get the time fixed. All you have to do is visit the website and wolla the appointment is fixed. So freaking simple.


Not only this, you can shop for all the ‘Puja samgrahi’ and get it delivered at your doorstep. According to the demand, there are different ‘puja’s and pandit’s’ and they have different fees. The more experienced the ‘panditji’ the more is the fees. You know how cost rises when the demand rises… it’s simple economics!

And ya! If you are an NRI costumer or you cannot be physically present in the country then the website offers you a cool feature of video conferencing puja. Now that’s what we call a Digital India right?