Since Aadhaar is based on both biometric and geographic information of the applicant, the identity proof and address proof exists in the database of UIDAI. Hence, whenever, the applicant requires to produce any of the proofs of identity or address, the same can be retrieved from the UIDAI database. Aadhaar service is based on the cloud infrastructure, and therefore it has been very convenient for UIDAI to introduce the service of electronic Know Your Customer service, known as e-KYC. This allows the Aadhaar cardholders to approve the UIDAI to issue their various information like name, address, etc. to different service providers like financial institutes, mobile service providers, etc. To authenticate and to ensure that the applicant

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