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TLDR: Aadhaar for newborns in Odisha, Zomato delivery workers go on strike, YouTube India adds new health features, and more

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Odisha to issue Aadhaar for newborns Odisha's state government will enroll babies in Aadhaar (known as Baal Aadhaar) as soon as they are born in hospitals, after it was discovered that Aadhaar enrolment for children aged 0 to 5 years was "minimum’, as per The New Indian Express. Newborns will be enrolled without the use of biometrics. Baal Aadhaar would have the same 12-digit unique identity number as the adult Aadhaar. The infants' unique identity numbers will be linked to their parents' Aadhaar cards. Zomato delivery workers in Kerala demand fair wages Zomato's food delivery workers went on a strike in Thiruvananthapuram a few days ago, demanding clarity on new working arrangements, fair salary, and employee perks, as per TNIE. There are currently more than 2,500 food delivery workers for Zomato alone in the city, who claim that the company has been unresponsive to their needs. YouTube India's new features to recognise videos from verified sources YouTube India is unveiling two new health-focused features to ensure the authenticity of health content on its platform, according to NDTV. The new health source information panels will flag videos from credible health organisations and government institutions, making it easier for users to identify data from verified sources while also promoting videos from reputable sources in search results. Both the English and Hindi versions of the new features will be available. UPI P2M transactions are the most favoured payment mode: Report UPI emerged as the most favoured payment option among consumers, with a P2M market…

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