The Bombay High Court on Tuesday allowed the state government to hike auto and taxi fares in Mumbai.
Maharashtra government on Tuesday told the Bombay High Court that it would not take any decision on increasing the fares of auto rickshaws and taxis until June 12 when the High Court would hear a PIL challenging the hike.
An argument over auto fare of Rs 50 costs a young man his life when the driver stabbed him in west Delhi.
In another move that will
pinch pockets of Delhiites, the city government today gave its
nod to increase in auto and taxi fares in the Capital
following hike in CNG price.
Day in Pics: 24th October
Showbiz World - October 24, 2014
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