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TaxiForSure, Ola ready to make peace with Delhi regulations
Times of India

TaxiForSure, Ola accede to compliance by transport authorities...

Delhi transport department banned all taxi apps after the rape of a woman passenger last month allegedly by a driver on the Uber network. BENGALURU: Taxi app companies are acceding to demands for compliance by transport authorities in Delhi. TaxiForSure has ... Economic Times, 1 week ago
Business Standard

Uber committing a fraud, says Delhi Transport Authority

The DTC order makes it even more difficult for Uber to resume normal services in the capital than before The Delhi Transport Authority, in its order passed on 1 January 2015, said that it would be extending the ban on online taxi service providers, ...
 Money Life2 weeks ago Uber committing fraud with the life and liberty of its customers: Delhi Transport dept  Smart Investor2 weeks ago Final order regarding Uber ban before Jan 5  Business Standard3 weeks ago
Business Standard

Karnataka authorities ask web-based taxi aggregators to get permits

Following Delhi government's ban on mobile application-based taxi services providers, Karnataka Transport Authority today said all taxi aggregators must procure taxi operators' permit for plying in and around Bengaluru city. Aggregators such as Ola Cabs, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Where are Uber reps? Transport officials clueless  Deccan Herald1 month ago Maharashtra government to ban all web-based cab services  Jagran Post1 month ago Uber, Ola cab ban stays, government to tell Delhi high court  Economic Times2 weeks ago
DNA

Transport department asked to probe challan racket

A local court has directed the Delhi Transport Authority to initiate a probe into a challan racket running, saying it helps errant drivers to escape the law by filing “delayed” challans. Metropolitan magistrate Sadhika Jalan, who passed the order while ...
 Asian Age2 months ago Delhi Transport Authority asked to inquire into challan racket  Business Standard2 months ago
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Reuters

India internet taxi ban welcome, but provide more transport for women, say activists

NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Activists on Tuesday called on authorities to ensure women's mobility in the Indian capital did not suffer as the government halted operations of unregistered, web-based taxi firms after a woman reported she was raped ...
 Reuters1 month ago Investments in Uber's Indian rivals uncertain after taxi app ban  Rediff.com1 month ago India: Drones Are Welcome, But Where's The Policy Framework? Analysis  Eurasia Review1 week ago

Drivers with only valid licence must drive DTC buses: Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday directed the Delhi Transport Corporation to ensure that only authorised licence holders be allowed to drive DTC buses on the city roads. "Persons who have only authorised license must be allowed to drive DTC buses. How will ...
 DNA1 month ago

No permission given to Uber to operate cabs in Telangana: Govt

In the wake of a woman being allegedly raped by an Uber cab driver in Delhi, the Telangana Transport Department today said that no permission has been granted to Uber taxi services to operate in the state.The department has also advised people, including cab owners and drivers, not to be associated with Uber company in any form. Citing a message from the Union Government, an official release said a criminal case has been reported against the permit holder of a vehicle associated with Uber ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Uber Cabs Continuing Service Despite Ban  New Indian Express1 week ago Traditional taxis too flout rules, but govt looks the other way  Deccan Herald1 month ago Uber ignores 'ban', runs cabs, offers big discount  Deccan Herald11 hours ago
Business Standard India

Uber defies transport dept warning, continues to run in Delhi

ts cars use CNG and have panic button as per new norms Surabhi Agarwal | New Delhi January 24, 2015 Last Updated at 20:09 IST “We show respect for women,” added the soft-spoken S Rama Mohan as an afterthought as this reporter got off an ...
 Business Standard India22 hours ago
Business Standard India

Uber seeks permit, resumes service, but transport dept says ban still in place

NEW DELHI: Taxi-hailing service Uber, banned more than a month ago by the Delhi government along with other app-based cab companies, relaunched services in the capital on Friday after it had applied for a licence under the revised radio taxi scheme ...
 Times of India1 day ago Uber resumes partial operations in New Delhi pending taxi license approval  24Dunia1 day ago Uber Cabs applies for licence but may get it after Delhi polls  Economic Times1 day ago We're back, says Uber, even before getting a licence in Delhi  Business Standard India1 day ago
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Firstpost.com

Airport Authority of India staff threaten strike over ...

New Delhi: Opposing the government'sairports privatisation plan, Airports Authority EmployeesUnion (AAEU) has threatened to renew its agitation including astrike call if the move is not halted. The AAEU, in a letter to Civil Aviation Minister ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago AAI staff threaten strike over privatisation  MSN News1 week ago AAI Employees Likely to Strike over Privatisation Move  New Indian Express1 week ago Airports Authority Employees threaten strike over privatisation move  DNA India1 week ago
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