The Unique Identification Authority of India CEO Ajay Bhushan Pandey termed the incident as "unfortunate". He asserted that this was not a case of denial of benefits because of Aadhaar, as the family had the 12-digit identifier since 2013.
In a country-wide advisory, the ministry asked all states to deploy additional forces in crowded places such as markets, railway stations, bus terminals and religious places to foil attempts by terrorists to carry out attacks.
"Public transport is witnessing transformational changes across the world and India is no exception. For sustainable development, a transition to increased public transport is imperative," Chairman of Indian Railway Board and Arun M, said.
Under the PMLA, every reporting entity is required to maintain record of all transactions of value exceeding Rs 10 lakh, all cross border wire transfers of more than Rs 5 lakh and all purchase and sale of immovable property of Rs 50 lakh or more.
"The quantum of money sent through Liberated Remittances Scheme for acquisition of property has increased almost 59 times, from USD 1.9 million in 2005-06 to USD 111.9 million in 2016-17," said the report by Knight Frank India and the International Real Estate Expo
Scientist at the rally also expressed their concern over the SVAROP (Scientific Validation and Research On ‘Panchgavya’), a program based on promoting the benefits of cow dung, cow urine and ghee for their 'medicinal properties'.
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