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To create a level playing field.
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In urban areas, many of us follow a daily ritual of hopping on a bus, catching a cab or boarding a train. When these activities become routine, we have a tendency to get comfortable. We may forget all about the importance of personal safety. After all, you do this every day and nothing bad has happened yet. Well, all it takes is a few seconds and an unforeseen danger can change the rest of your life!
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NEW DELHI -- The Supreme Court on Saturday refused to extend the deadline for conversion of diesel taxis into CNG, even as taxi owners pleaded before the apex court that there is no technology availab...
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In the race to out-compete rival cab companies, cheap fares and freebies are relied on to hook passengers, and generous monetary incentives to lure drivers. However, serving customers well -- repeatedly and consistently over a longer period -- is the key to survive in any business. Technology can help but it can't be a substitute for quality service.
Most of us have had moments such as these where we create temporary relationships. The chaiwala outside your workplace who will signal for a special tea when he sees you approaching his shop. The sweeper who asks you to pass when she sees you stop, and resumes work after you've crossed. The security guard who helps you kick-start your scooter during cold winter mornings. They may never have told you how hard their personal lives are, but they are always there to help you and society at large.