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Ride-sharing’s future? It may sit on electric motorbikes

Several startups — backed by big Silicon Valley venture firms and Uber’s Indian competitor, Ola — are betting that shared motorbikes are better suited to wallets and transportation needs than the cars that are the heart of the ride-hailing industry.

Why one startup founder turned down a $1.1 billion SoftBank deal

Aggarwal and Son reached the preliminary deal to inject more cash into the India startup in 2017. Under terms of the agreement, SoftBank would invest $250 million right away and then plow the rest of the $1.1 billion within six months.

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Hyundai, Kia invest $300 million in Ola for electric vehicles, smart mobility solutions

The partnership will offer Ola drivers various financial services, including lease and instalment payments, while vehicle maintenance and repair services are expected to enhance customer satisfaction.

Delhi: More parking space for cabs, buses

South body has identified eight sites for parking commercial vehicles so far. 

Action on cabs for not sharing ad money

Senior officials in the South and East civic bodies said the violations are rampant in their jurisdiction as well, and drives to curb them will be started soon.

Mumbai: Ola, Uber drivers threaten to go off roads

With the Winter Session of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly scheduled to start from November 19, the drivers said that they would try to meet CM Devendra Fadnavis and state Transport Minister Diwakar Raote on Monday to discuss their demands.

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Ola accelerates international expansion with New Zealand foray

After Australia and the UK, Indian ride-hailing company Ola is now foraying into New Zealand and will offer it's services in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

Mumbai: Dip in number of bookings, Uber drivers complain about not receiving incentives

On Friday, after State Transport Minister Diwakar Raote assured drivers that a new fare scheme, which will hike the base fares of their cab rides, would be introduced by November 15, drivers called off the strike.

Mumbai: Ola, Uber call off strike till November 15 to avoid inconvenience during Diwali

The strike was called off on the condition that cab aggregators -- Ola and Uber -- would prepare a new fare chart on price-per-kilometre, by mid-November, which will take into consideration the rising fuel prices, sources said.

Mumbai: strike to continue, say Ola, Uber drivers

For 10 days now, as many as 40,000 drivers of Ola and Uber have remained off the roads to demand an increase in their earnings.

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Ola, Uber Summoned By Delhi High Court Over ‘Excess Fares’

The complaint was filed by NGO Nyayabhoomi through its secretary Rakesh Agarwal. The court said the clauses of the City Taxi Scheme (CTS), 2015 mandate that only fares “prescribed” by the transport department can be charged. To know more about the story watch out the video

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