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Centre may come up with a breather for Ola, Uber

Thursday, December 15, 2016 | More »

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All eyes are set on the Delhi High Court as it is expected to give a verdict on new guidelines for app-based taxi aggregators in the country. The central ministry of road transport and highways is supposed to submit their recommendations to the High Court early next week. The Times of India reported...

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Ola, Uber must have city or state permit to operate in Bangalore: Karnataka Govt

The Karnataka government has reportedly asked cab aggregators like Ola and Uber to get either a state or city taxi permit to operate in Bangalore. According to a Business Standard report, the state government has asked “all cabs with all India tourist taxi permits to surrender them immediately as ...

24 November, 2016 | More »

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Ola, Uber, bike-taxi startups seek clarity in norms, easy licensing rules

Cab-hailing startups Ola and Uber as well as a number of bike-taxi startups on Thursday sought greater clarity on regulations governing the sector and ease in licencing requirements at a meeting with central government officials. Sanjay Mitra, the secretary of road transport and highways ministry, c...

22 September, 2016 | More »

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Delhi High Court ponders over discounts by Ola, Uber

“Consumer is the king”, the Delhi High Court said today while observing that it cannot say lower charges should not be levied and discounts not given to customers by app-based cab providers like Ola and Uber. Justice Manmohan said if a company gave discounts, then the customers benefited...

30 August, 2016 | More »

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Delhi High Court asks Facebook to ban kids below 13 from opening accounts

In a move to prevent children from getting abused through social media, the Delhi High Court has asked world’s largest social networking site Facebook to put a disclaimer on its homepage saying that kids below 13 years of age cannot open accounts on Facebook. “You (Facebook) can write on t...

19 July, 2013 | More »