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No change? No problem: Now pay Bengaluru autos with Momoe app
Business

No change? No problem: Now pay Bengaluru autos with Momoe app

Carrying cash and finding small change is a recurring problem for auto commuters and drivers in Bengaluru.

Ply or get your permit cancelled: RTO's strong message for auto drivers in Mumbai
Life

Ply or get your permit cancelled: RTO's strong message for auto drivers in Mumbai

RTO officials in the suburbs started a drive, the report said, according to which no auto driver could refuse you a ride.

Kejriwal hasn't lost his touch: AAP's Jantar Mantar rally draws massive crowds
Politics

Kejriwal hasn't lost his touch: AAP's Jantar Mantar rally draws massive crowds

The rousing and impressive response to the rally, called by the party to build public pressure on the Centre to hold elections in Delhi, does seem to indicate that party chief Arvind Kejriwal hasn't lost his touch and remains a formidable political force in Delhi.

AAP on auto-pilot in Ahmedabad: You see the rickshaw, but who's the candidate?
Politics

AAP on auto-pilot in Ahmedabad: You see the rickshaw, but who's the candidate?

AAP has about700 autos campaigning in Ahmedabad, but despite their visibility, unfortunately nobody can remember the party's candidates.

Arvind Kejriwal promises fare hikes to Delhi autodrivers
Politics

Arvind Kejriwal promises fare hikes to Delhi autodrivers

On 1 April every year, government will revise auto fares, he said addressing a meeting of thousands of auto drivers at Burari.

E-complaints against cabbies, autos who refuse customers
Mumbai

E-complaints against cabbies, autos who refuse customers

Mumbai's transport department is getting ready to build a website where users can lodge a complaint against such taxi and auto-drivers.

Ad ban: Kejriwal extends support to Delhi auto drivers
India

Ad ban: Kejriwal extends support to Delhi auto drivers

Arvind Kejriwal today joined a demonstration of auto drivers protesting against a recent Delhi government order banning advertisements on auto-rickshaws and taxis

Chivalry, the Kerala police way: 'Ban auto drivers wearing rolled-up mundus'
India

Chivalry, the Kerala police way: 'Ban auto drivers wearing rolled-up mundus'

"We have noticed that many autorickshaw drivers wear the mundu folded and tied high up the waist. They also walk around with dhotis and lungis folded up, causing discomfort to women and families," said the Wayanad Police chief.