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Martyrs day rally: Trinamool Congress rally a hit, commuters b...

At the rally venue in Kolkata on Tuesday. (Source: Express photo by Partha Paul) The Trinamool Congress rally Tuesday brought life to a standstill in Central Kolkata with the traffic thrown out of gear in several adjoining parts of the city. As a ... Indian Express, 1 week ago

App cab zooms, yellow zapped

December 2014: 484 applications May 2015: 4,115 applications The number of vehicle owners applying for "luxury taxi" permits, a mandatory document to join the Uber or Ola fleet, has increased almost tenfold in the past six months. "So many ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago

Finding a taxi no more a torture

KOLKATA: You may soon get relief from your daily practice of running after cabs for a ride back home. The transport department has finally managed to transform the parking lots into permanent taxi stands. These parking lots, transport department ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago City to get 120 taxi-stands soon  Times of India1 month ago

Time to bid farewell to yellow cabs

Private taxi operators have proposed to the state transport department to do away with yellow taxis in the city.The operators of yellowcoloured taxis now want to change their livery to blue and white. Ironically enough, according to a proposal ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Yellow cabs to go on strike against Ola, Uber in Kolkata  Smart Investor2 months ago

Salaam Cinema: Rare film posters, images on display in Kolkata

Kolkata, June 10 An inimitable assemblage of rare black and white stills of Indian film legends Satyajit Ray, Uttam Kumar and Nargis; vintage posters from celluloid classics like "Antony Firingee" and limited edition merchandise are upholding the ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago

Heat effect: Pay more to cabbies

KOLKATA: From late-morning, taxi drivers are demanding arbitrary fares citing the grueling heat and humidity in which they have to drive. While taxi union heavyweight Bimal Guha had suggested that taxis would go off the road between 11am and 4pm ...
 Times of India1 month ago Taxis to go off Kolkata roads in the afternoon amid heatwave  Zawya.com2 months ago After 2 Cabbies Die, Allegedly From Heat Wave, Kolkata Taxis Take a Break  NDTV2 months ago Heat Wave Forces Yellow Taxis in Kolkata to Take a Break Between 11 AM and 4 PM  NDTV2 months ago

TUC - Risks 704 - 30 May 2015

Risks is the TUC's weekly online bulletin for safety reps and others. Sign up to receive this bulletin every week. Past issues are available. Disclaimer and Privacy Editor: Rory O'Neill of Hazards magazine. Comments to the TUC at ...
 Trades Union Congress1 month ago

Heat: No taxi from 11.30 am-4pm

In an unheard of reaction to the heat wave sweeping through the state, members of the Bengal Taxi Association on Saturday decided not to operate their cabs between 11.30 a.m. and 4 p.m. from Monday to avoid the searing heat. Representatives of ...
 The Statesman2 months ago Kolkata taxis to take break from heat  The Statesman2 months ago Kolkata taxis to take break in sweltering heat  ProKerala.com2 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Yellow taxis call daytime curfew

Calcutta, May 23: Yellow taxis have cited deaths linked to the heat to stay off Calcutta roads for the better part of daytime till the weather improves, leaving the field clear for new-age services that are snapping at the heels of the traditional ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago
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