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Karnataka asks Uber and Ola to withdraw carpooling service

Karnataka Transport commissioner Ikkeri has directed Uber and Ola to withdraw their carpooling services immediately as they are not permissible under the present transport rules in the state.

Govt-bureaucracy tussle: Six months on, cab regulation rules are stuck in limbo

The five-member committee, set up on January 3, was to look into three major policies — Licensing and Regulation of App-based Cab Aggregator Rules, 2017; App-based AC Bus Service; and the City Taxi Scheme, 2017.

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Delhi HC asks taxi services to provide details of drivers for police check

The directions were issued after the bench took note of a recent incident where a foreign tourist was allegedly molested by an Ola cab driver.

Cab aggregators make Delhi auto drivers see red

A few days later, the government did take on the cab aggregators, warning them against “overcharging” in the name of surge pricing.

Prepared to deal with order, say cab companies

In December last year, the court had set a deadline of March 1 for converting non-CNG cabs to CNG. Since then, the deadline has been extended twice, with the final April 30 deadline culminating Saturday.

Delhi: Ola to offer benefits worth Rs 1 lakh to drivers to move to CNG

Taxi hailing app Ola on Wednesday said it will offer benefits worth up to Rs 1 lakh to enable its driver partners to switch to CNG vehicles. The move will help the Bengaluru-based firm comply with a Supreme Court ruling that says commercial vehicles can not ply in Delhi unless converted to the single fuel […]

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HC reprimands Ola cabs for violating ban, declines interim relief

The main petition, in which Ola has challenged the ban order, is scheduled for hearing on October 5.

Cabs in Kolkata to change colour

Breaking from the traditional yellow colour of taxis running in metropolitan cities across the world,West Bengal government is planning to paint cabs here in white and blue.

Cabs on call: 25 more hit roads

Adding to the existing fleet of air conditioned radio cabs in the city,25 vehicles were launched by Tricity Tours and Travels,who also run the Tuk Tuk radio autos...

Non-AC cabs to charge Rs 12 for first km,no ads

Expediting the long-delayed transport proposal of non air-conditioned radio taxis,the UT Administration,on Thursday,decided on the fare.

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