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Police recover accused cabbie's iPhone

Police recover accused cabbie's iPhone

10 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi Police have recovered the iPhone which was provided by Uber to the driver accused of raping the 27-year-old finance company executive on Friday night inside the cab which she had booked through the company's App.

iPhone,   Iphone is accused,   Uber Asia,   Uber head,   rape cases in Delhi,   Rape Cases in India,   Uber cab,   Uber Taxi,   ,  
American city sues Uber for illegal operation

American city sues Uber for illegal operation

09 Dec 2014

Washington: International taxi-booking service Uber, which has been banned in Delhi after a woman passenger accused one of its drivers of rape, has been sued by US city of Portland for operating its service illegally.

American city,   Uber ,   San Francisco,   Uber drivers,   Time magazine,   Nepal,   Uber cab,   Delhi Police,   Madhur Verma,   Rape cases in India,   Rape cases in Delhi,   Rape case,   ,  
Uber faces problems galore across the world

Uber faces problems galore across the world

09 Dec 2014

Washington: New Delhi's ban on US based ride-sharing service Uber following the rape of woman passenger by one of its drivers has focused attention on the fights it's engaged in with local governments around the world, including in San Francisco where it was accused of misleading customers into believing they banned drivers with criminal backgrounds.

Uber,   San Francisco,   Uber drivers,   Time magazine,   Nepal,   Uber cab,   Delhi Police,   Madhur Verma,   Rape cases in India,   Rape cases in Delhi,   Rape case,   ,  
Bill in Lok Sabha to regularise unauthorised <strong>Delhi</strong> colonies

Bill in Lok Sabha to regularise unauthorised Delhi colonies

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Aiming at regularisation of unauthorised colonies and rehabilitation of slum dwellers and Jhuggi-Jhopri (slum) clusters in Delhi, a bill was introduced in Lok Sabha on Monday.

Regularisation,   Unauthorised colonies,   Slum dwellers,   Delhi slum,   Lok Sabha,  
<strong>Delhi</strong> HC allows Xiaomi to sell Qualcomm-based handsets till 8th January

Delhi HC allows Xiaomi to sell Qualcomm-based handsets till 8th January

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court permitted Chinese mobile phone maker Xiaomi to sell and import Qualcomm chipset based handsets till January 8, as a temporary measure.

Delhi High Court,   Mobile phone,   Xiaomi,   Xiaomi sales,   Xiaomi ban,   Qualcomm chipset,   Xiaomi India,  
Uber complying with RBI norms, says Deputy Governor HR  Khan

Uber complying with RBI norms, says Deputy Governor HR Khan

08 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The Reserve Bank on Monday said US-based controversial cab operator Uber is complying with the Central bank norm with regard to payment systems.

RBI norms,   Uber,   rape case in Delhi,   uber cab ,  
Need for social awareness to stop crime against women: Najeeb Jung

Need for social awareness to stop crime against women: Najeeb Jung

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: On the second anniversary of December 16 gang-rape incident, Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on Tuesday said several steps have been taken to ensure women security in the national capital but there is still a need for social awareness in the society to bring an end to such cases.

Delhi,   Lieutenant Governor,   Najeeb Jung,   Women Security,   Social Awareness,  
AAP promises 20000 litre free water a month, slash in power tariff

AAP promises 20000 litre free water a month, slash in power tariff

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: In order to return to power in Delhi assembly polls, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday promised free water for all, 50 percent cut in power tariff and measures for providing 24-hour electricity.

Arvind Kejriwal,   AAP,   Aam Aadmi Party,   Delhi Jal Board,   AAP government,   Delhi Dialogue,   Lokpal,   ,  
<strong>Delhi</strong> government to revamp women's distress helpline 181

Delhi government to revamp women's distress helpline 181

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With the national capital witnessing a rise in crimes against women, Delhi government is revamping the women's distress helpline 181 set up after the December 16 gang rape incident.

Delhi government,   women's distress helpline,   181,   Khadijah Faruqui,   Women's safety,   ,  
 Government mulling ban on all unregistered cab-services

Government mulling ban on all unregistered cab-services

09 Dec 2014

New Delhi: A day after the arrest of an Uber cab driver for allegedly raping one of its passenger, the Delhi government is mulling over banning other private cabs as well to ensure women's safety in the national capital.

Uber cab,   rape cases,   rape cases in Delhi,   Easy Cabs,   Mega Cabs,   Meru,   Chanson,   Yo Cabs,   Ban on cab services,  

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