Rickshaw driver shot dead by unidentified assailants in Bihar’s Gaya; police assures compensation from govt for kin of deceased
An auto-driver was shot dead by unknown assailants, following which his family and acquaintances staged a protest in Gaya, said Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Rajkumar Sah
Hike in autorickshaw fares in Delhi to be in effect from today; commuters will have to pay Rs 25 for first 1.5 kms
Commuters in Delhi have to shell out more for auto rides from Tuesday onward as the hike in auto-rickshaw fares comes into force. The revised auto-rickshaw fares comes with an 18.75 percent hike on existing rates in the city. Under revised rates, the metre-down charge will be Rs 25 for the first 1.5 kilometres.
Twenty-nine-year-old political activist molested, beaten up by three men in Maharashtra's Thane, search for accused still on
The woman filed a complaint at a police station in Maharashtra's Kalyan area. Offences have been registered against the accused under relevant IPC sections
A 19-year-old woman was allegedly gangraped by an autorickshaw driver and four others on Wednesday night near Sohna road in Gurugram.
The auto-rickkshaw drivers have been Arvind Kejriwal's loyal vote bank in the last polls when AAP won and he became the CM. So, ahead of Delhi polls Kejriwal turns to his most loyal vote bank
Observing that there was no urgency in the matter, the Bombay High Court on Monday refused to hear the plea of Maharashtra government to implement the taxi and auto fare hike from 10 July.
The woman was arguing about paying an autorickshaw driver when she was assaulted by a gang of men.
A child falls off an auto-rickshaw and the driver does not stop. He keeps going, dragging the bleeding, injured girl along. The government is cracking down but is it all just for show?
Mumbaikars had to grapple with crowded buses and in some cases had to walk to the nearest suburban railway station on Monday to get to work, as supporters of one of the city’s biggest auto-rickshaw unions decided to stay off the roads demanding a fare hike.
Around 75,000 autorickshaw drivers stayed off the city's streets today seeking a hike in fares. State authorities claimed that alternative transport arrangements have been made to ease the woes of commuters.
Mumbai's auto-rickshaw drivers are looking at linking their fares to the Consumer Price Index.
Unlike the meters in use now which can be tampered to generate 30-50% more tariff, e-meters are difficult to tamper with and stop operating, displaying an error message if rigged.
The police are out there looking for you if you break a law, and waking up in jail on 1 January is not a great idea.
Auto rickshaws face strikes both from CNG suppliers and consumers, Ambani has rectified the vastu dosh at Antilla, and Mumbai is all set for CCTV
DId you think that simple auto ride would become a matter of contention from every quarter?