Why Uber has been allowed to use an UberX app to get around India’s new restrictions

The Indian government is imposing a series of new restrictions on UberX, a company that connects drivers to customers across the country.

India is the world’s largest producer of taxis, and UberX is one of the world\’s largest drivers.

Its app, however, is widely considered a low-value, unprofitable business.

India has banned UberX from operating in Delhi, Mumbai and other big cities, and it has also banned ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft from operating there.

India\’s new restrictions are set to apply to UberX drivers in Delhi and other cities that have taken up the company\’s application to use the app.

The government has set up an office in the capital, New Delhi, to oversee the new restrictions, which it says are necessary to protect the public health, safety and welfare.

But critics say the new rules are part of a larger campaign to crack down on Uber and other ride-sharing services.

The Delhi government has also announced new restrictions around ride-booking and Uber services.

Uber and others have said that they will appeal the ban.

The new regulations are expected to apply nationwide.

India had imposed new restrictions in June, banning ride-by-ride service UberX in Delhi.

It also banned the company from operating for two months in several other cities, including Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad.

Uber has said that the new regulation is aimed at curbing a surge of traffic by unlicensed drivers.

In a statement, the company said the ban is part of the government\’s efforts to curb Uber and ride-share apps.

Uber had said it was considering the government’s position, and had appealed to all the companies that provide transportation services in India to reconsider their decisions.

The company said that it has not received any formal notification from the government.

The UberX company has not yet responded to a request for comment.

India’s transportation ministry said the government had given its OK to Uber to operate in Delhi after reviewing the application.

A report by the United Nations’ transport agency said that more than 200,000 drivers were using UberX and other similar apps in the country, accounting for more than a quarter of the traffic in Delhi alone.

The move has also led to criticism from taxi companies, which have said the restrictions would harm the industry.

The ride-ordering service has been banned in other cities as well.

UberX said that its services were also blocked in Hyderabad, Mumbai, Mumbai-NCR and Chennai.

In addition to Delhi, UberX has also been blocked in Bangalore and Hyderabad.

The Indian government is imposing a series of new restrictions on UberX, a company that connects drivers to customers across…