Two down, nine to go: Uber banned in Hyderabad, India

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Of the 11 Indian cities it operates in, Uber has struck out in two of them already. Following its ban in New Delhi after a passenger was allegedly raped by an Uber driver, the online cab service has now been deemed illegal in the city of Hyderabad in India, reports Tech In Asia. Speaking to The Times of India, Joint transport commissioner of Hyderabad T Raghunath said, “Uber has not obtained permission from the Regional Transport Authority (RTA) to operate or facilitate taxi or cab service in the city. So, if such transport services are being provided or facilitated by…

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