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UberEATS Starts in Mumbai to Delivers Food at Lowest Delivery Charges

Uber Launching UberEATS Which Delivers Food in Mumbai

Uber, one of the most popular ride services app is now entering into the food business. Uber team launches a new app called UberEATS which delivers the food. The app is available currently in Mumbai.

UberEATS partnered with more than 200 restaurants for this. Bhavik Rathod, UbearEATS head, claimed that this is their vital step in global expansion strategy.

He said that the app would soon become available in other major cities like Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, etc. He hasn’t revealed about the investments in the company yet. Last week, Allen Penn, Asia Pacific Head of UberEATS in a blog post shared that they are very excited about bringing UberEATS to India.

He claimed that this is a good investment which is soon to be introduced in multiple cities and can change the entire food industry with their vibrant food cultures.

Instead of going to restaurants and pay 20-30% as taxes, it ‘s nice to pay just the delivery charges. Though the food price depends on the restaurant, the standard delivery fee is just Rs. 15 inclusive of all taxes.

Currently, UberEATS is a stand-alone application, and the team is working to implement in 78 more cities.

Ola-Uber Cab drivers to protest in Delhi-NCR Region from tomorrow

ola uber drivers protest

The Ola-Uber strike that undertook in February will get be resumed from Tuesday to Delhi-NCR Region. Though it is a one-day strike as regular taxi and cab drivers are also joining the protest, this would be a huge blow to private transport service sector.

There are approximately 1-5 lakh taxis of Ola and Uber that are in Delhi-NCR Region, and all of them won’t take out the cabs on 18th of April. They decided to walk on roads till they reach CM Arvind Kejriwal’s civil line residence from Majnu ka Tila gurudwara.

As the driver’s demands haven’t yet reached, they are resuming the strike. They are claiming none of the companies or Delhi Government has done anything. Last time in February the strike took place for two whole weeks causing the suffer of lakhs of passengers.

21-yr Old Delhi Student Gets Rs. 1.25 Crore Placement Offer from Uber

The current protest will also be lead by same drivers Union which initiated the last strike named as Sarvodaya Driver Association of Delhi(SDAD).

Nothing has changed in this two months from February. Drivers are continuing to work for more than 16-18 hours daily but are barely getting paid enough to make a living and pay the car EMI’s. Fares of registered city cabs will be fixed by the government whereas Ola and Uber fix their fares: President, SDAD, Kamaljeet Gill.

Almost a dozen of active transport unions supported this strike. Until now the regular taxis with All India Taxi Permit(AITP) and autorickshaws protested against Ola and Uber claiming they are taking away their earnings.

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And drivers of app-based are suffering unable to cope up with the labor they are doing. They are demanding that app-based cabs should have meters and fix the fares based on governments. As both the regular and app based cabs became similar, both got together to fight this time.

Delhi Taxi Tourist Transporters Association, Sanjay Samrat said that Uber and Ola are disregarding the government rules. Uber and Ola are giving away the cars with permits on a small amount of Rs.35000. But as per government rules, vehicles can’t run on the point-to-point basis.

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Reliance Jio Has No Plans to Launch App-Based Taxi Services

Reliance Jio App-based taxi services

After made its name in Telecom sector, Reliance Jio is in rumours to launch app-based taxi services. But Reliance industries has no plan to enter into taxi services as the company sees no logic in diversifying into unrelated sector.

The company which has created the hurricane in telecom sector by signing up 100 million customers in just 170 days of launch has been conjecture for the month that it will launch a taxi service.

Reliance Jio has not commented on the speculation so far about ordering some 600 cars to “kickstart” the service. But it clears the rumor about Reliance Jio entering app-based cab services in Twitter.

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A Reliance spokesperson tweeted about the report is “WRONG and DENIED.” Another official explained that the company has no plans to get into unrelated diversification.

Reliance Jio has announced a strategic partnership earlier this week about Uber to allow users of the app-based taxi aggregator to pay for their rides through Jio’s prepaid wallet.

The company official added, enabling commuters to pay for their rides through JioMoney is as far as the company intends to go.

21-yr Old Delhi Student Gets Rs. 1.25 Crore Placement Offer from Uber

21-yr Old Delhi Student Gets Rs. 1.25 Crore Placement Offer

A 21-yr old Sidharth, the Computer Science Engineering Student of Delhi Technological University (DTU), has been received a job offer by the US-based car aggregator Uber. He was offered the job for the position of Software Engineer with an annual salary of Rs. 1.25 crore at San Francisco office.

According to the reports, the salary offered by the Uber includes basic pay of Rs. 71 lakh along with other benefits with the total of Rs. 1.25 crore. “I am looking forward to grooming my technological skills at Uber before I begin brainstorming on my start-up plan which I see as a long-term goal,” Sidharth said in an interview.

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While this is the second-highest pay offered for the student of Delhi Technological University and this is not the first time that Uber offered such a huge salary. Last year in the month of December, during placements in Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Uber offered 1.25 crore package for the M.tech passed out student in international profile.

The highest package for the student in Delhi Technological University was in the year 2015 when Google offered an annual package of 1.27 crore for the selected student. Sidharth mentioned that he had taken the seven-week internship with Uber. Along with him, one more student from IIT has selected in the recruitment.

“It was a delight to have received the job offer, and I am now looking forward to moving to San Francisco,” said Sidharth. The 21-yr old student father works as a consultant, and his mother works transcript as a freelancer.

Now Rent Uber Cabs for 12 hours with UberHIRE

UberHIRE in 9 cities

Uber has launched an on-demand cab service UberHIRE which allows you to hire a cab for 12 hours. UberHIRE will be on lines of a city or local taxi service.

UberHIRE services were initiated in Kochi; the service is being rolled out on Monday in 8 more cities: Bengaluru, New Delhi, Chennai, Pune, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Vizaq and Nagpur. It will be expaned to other cities later.

Riders can make multiple stops, like a local taxi service in a time-based model within the city by these services.

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Apurva Dalal, head of Engineering at Uber India said, “Our technology makes it possible for us to create specialised solutions that can help users have access to reliable transportation at affordable prices. UberHIRE is one such product that addresses the unique commuting needs of riders in India, especially that of tourists, business travellers, senior citizens, and working professionals by letting them book an Uber and use it for up to 12 hours.”

The fares are depending on the city and the base fare would be between Rs 449-Rs 649 for two hours, up to 30 kilometers. Post the distance the rider will be charged at Rs 2 per minute and Rs 12/km, with no dynamic and surge pricing. The UberHIRE option is in the Uber app.  The rates of the service will change according to the City. The only sad part of UberHIRE service is, you can pay the only through cash. The digital or cashless payments are currently not accepted.

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