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Tata Motors to supply 25,000 EVs for Uber, Delhi govt bans bike taxis, First-gen iPhone sold for a record-breaking $63K, Fact, Funding Deals and more.
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Tata Motors to supply 25,000 EVs for Uber fleet network🚕
Ride-hailing company Uber has signed an agreement with Tata Motors to induct 25,000 electric vehicles (EVs) into its fleet.
Uber will deploy Tata Motors' Xpres-T EVs by partnering with fleet operators in Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Ahmedabad.
“This is the largest four-wheeler EV memorandum of understanding and this will likely catalyse further acceleration of the EV ecosystem,” Prabhjeet Singh, president of Uber India and South Asia, told.
Delhi govt bans Rapido, Ola and Uber bike taxis🏍️
Delhi government in a decision has decided to ban bike taxi services provided by Ola, Uber, and Rapido in the national capital stating that it was a violation of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, which would make aggregators liable for a fine of ₹1 lakh.
The Delhi government has said that carrying passengers on a hire or commercial basis in private bikes in Delhi would be considered a violation of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.
The Transport Department of the Delhi Government has issued a notice in this regard.
Embedded finance startup Mintoak Innovation raised $20 million in a Series A funding round led by PayPal Ventures, with participation from British International Investment and existing investors HDFC Bank and Pravega Ventures.
Gurugram-based end-to-end SaaS platform GetWork has raised Rs 7 crores in its pre-Series A round from Samarthya Investment Advisors, NVS Wealth Managers, and Artha Venture Fund.
First-gen iPhone sold for a record-breaking $63,000 at auction📱
A first-generation iPhone has sold for a record-breaking price of $63,356 (approx Rs 52,00,000) at an auction, the highest sale ever recorded for an original 2007 iPhone.
On Sunday evening, an iPhone, still factory sealed, sold for $52,797 at LCG Auctions (a premier auction house in the US) with a 20 per cent buyer's premium fee bringing the total sale to over $60,000, according to iMore.
Karen Green, a cosmetic tattoo artist in the US, received the 8GB smartphone as a congratulations gift for starting a new job in 2007.
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