All unrecognized online taxi services banned in New Delhi following Uber rape claim

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After local authorities in New Delhi, India, began looking into the case of an alleged rape of a passenger by an Uber driver, the government has banned Uber and similar Web-based taxi services that aren’t recognized by the country’s transport department in the city, reports Reuters. The Delhi state government currently only has provisions for radio taxi services and not Web- and mobile-based cab services. Radio taxi companies need to register and secure a permit from the transport department to operate in the city of New Delhi; Uber, being a cab aggregator that connects a network of licensed drivers who…

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