Reportedly, the authorities had earlier blocked the taxi-hailing mobile apps, despite which people were still able to access the services.
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The company aims to expand its presence by 2X to reach 200 cities and localize experiences.
A three-wheeler booking service is a first for Uber, which had started out with only luxury sedans when it first arrived in India.
Last month, Ola acquired TaxiForSure to gain a strong muscle against Uber. Now it has a huge new round of funding
Ola, India’s top homegrown on-demand car service, is trying something new today with the launch of Ola Cafe.
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The huge growth potential of tech startups as vast swathes of Indians get online is persuading Japanese investors to overcome their instinctive reluctance to enter a chaotic market like India.
Uber already has an uphill ride, trying to comply with radio taxi license rules in India. And now the road’s getting steeper with two of its main rivals merging.
Line's entry into the on-demand taxi industry could be a big hit in Japan. But what does that mean for the rest of Asia?
Uber will have to become an aggregator of radio taxis fitted with GPS-based tracking devices connected to a control center. Just a GPS tracking app on the driver’s smartphone won’t do.
After a year of amazing highs and terrible lows, will 2015 bring taxi apps a license to ride in India?
India’s transport authorities are insisting that Uber and others register with them. But the fact is that nobody has formulated rules on using taxi apps. Maybe they will next year.
This ban raises basic questions which the government needs to answer. The most fundamental of them is - who will provide safe, convenient, and available transportation now?
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Uber faces roadblocks at every turn in Asia.
On-demand ride services in India are getting more accessible as Uber and rivals go for cheaper services.