Uber and Ola, India’s largest app based cab sharing services, have announced plans to roll out electric cabs, in cities like Delhi and Hyderabad.
The final call and actual fares would be decided during the Winter session of Maharashtra Legislature, which is held at Nagpur every year.
Uber has acknowledged the problems faced by ride-hailing services & is rolling out new features for its users in India to tackle these problems head-on.
Within 24 hours of Meru filing complaint against Ola & Uber, Maharashtra Govt. has directly accused them of launching predatory pricing for gaining monopoly
Redseer's report on Digital Economy throws some interesting insights on the overall digital economy of India
As per reports coming in, Ola has managed to raise massive $2 billion from a consortium of investors, which includes Softbank, Tencent and Ratan Tata.
Big Indian startups have created a lobby for Indian startups, called IndiaTech.org to ‘protect’ the interests of local, Indian startups in digital space.
The party seems to be over. Now that Ola and Uber are concentrating on making profits, the driver's incentives have decreased drastically.
Uber will ditch the controversial feature, and will ensure the location data is shared only while the app is being used. The new update will roll out soon.
Airports Authority of India, the body which maintains airports all over India has partnered with Uber and Ola for opening up kiosks across airports.