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Uber loses licence to operate in London

Uber loses licence to operate in London

London transport authorities announced today they would not renew Uber's licence to operate in the city when it expires on September 30 for safety reasons.The company has three weeks to appeal.'Transport for London has concluded that Uber London Limited is not fit and proper to hold a private hire operator licence,' a statement said. -- ..., 1 hour ago

Mumbai Navratri: Rains fail to dampen enthusiasm

Irrespective of the rain-heavy weather, Navratri celebrations took off in the Mumbai city. Unexpected showers may have caused inconvenience, but it hasn’t been able to dampen the spirit of Navratri and the enthusiasm that the festival entails.
 MSN India2 hours ago Mumbai rains: Complete list of inter-city trains cancelled  DNA1 day ago Mumbai rains: Life in city disturbed with water-logging, cancelled flights, delayed trains  India Today1 day ago No 'dabbawala' service in rain-hit Mumbai today  Sify2 days ago

City of Tomorrow: Future challenges for smart cities

In an interview to CNBC-TV18#39;s Sheeren Bhan, Amitabh Kant CEO of NITI Aayog and Raj Rao, CEO of Smart Mobility LLC Ford, spoke about the future challenges for smart cities and electric vehicles.
 Money Control2 hours ago

Delhi crawls as heavy rain throws out city traffic out of gear

The traffic speed was very slow on the Delhi-Noida-Direct flyover. Interestingly, the Delhi Traffic Police alerted people about congestion on the roads but the alert notices on Twitter did not include those areas where traffic snarls were caused by rains. One ...
 India Today2 hours ago
MSN India

Rush to save trapped girl in Mexico

Rescuers are seen during the helping people after 7.1 earthquake ocurred in Mexico City on September 19, 2017. Although authorities and property owners will need time to fully assess the damage, initial reports suggest that collapses were limited mostly to ...
 MSN India4 hours ago Quiet, listen to faint cries: Mexicans dig in rubble seeking survivors as quake kills 248  India Today2 days ago 7.1 earthquake shakes Mexico, over 100 people killed  Sify2 days ago 21 school kids among 248 killed by strong Mexico quake  Rediff.com2 days ago

What's cooking? Ranbir Kapoor and Mahira Khan spotted together in New York City

Is Mahira Khan the new girl in Ranbir Kapoor's life?
 DNA6 hours ago Ranbir-Mahira's 'smoke break' breaking the Internet, seen them yet?  Business Standard2 hours ago

Durga Puja pandals go green

Innovative eco-friendly themes are set to welcome devotees at prominent pandals across the city
 DNA7 hours ago

Students help AAI solve toll booth woes

The team of seven students will monitor and collect data from the toll booths near the city's airports
 DNA7 hours ago

Speed limit at Bandra Worli Sea Link to stay, say city traffic police

MSRDC requested police to reduce the speed limit to 50 kmph on the sea link
 DNA9 hours ago
Business Standard

Delhi's depleting water table shows it's 'over-exploited': NGT

The entire city of Delhi is "over exploited" in terms of groundwater, the National Green Tribunal has said while directing the local authorities to state how they proposed to deal with the problem of declining water levels in the national capital.The green ...
 Business Standard23 hours ago Millennium Bus Depot: NGT raps Delhi govt for delay in report  Business Standard2 hours ago
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