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Ola, Uber Can Legally Operate In Mumbai As Bombay HC Refuses To Ban Them

The Association of Radio Taxis in Mumbai had recently filed a petition in Bombay High Court, seeking a ban on taxi apps such as Uber and Ola for breaking Indian laws. After hearing the arguments, Bombay HC has refused to ban the services offered by taxi apps, thereby rescuing them from legal action. The petition […] The post Ola, Uber Can Legally Operate In Mumbai As Bombay HC Refuses To Ban Them first appeared on Trak.
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