With the AIADMK returning to power in 2016, that avenue will remain closed to reason out a revenue deficit estimated to touch Rs 9,155 crore.
The young voters in this election were a targeted demographic, fed with virtues of voting over a long and sustained social media campaign.
The drivers are happy for now, but believe there is still some distance to go before a sustainable partnership for the long-run is built.
Chennai-based Gamesa India, the country subsidiary of Spanish wind power developer Gamesa, is building an integrated factory in Nellore.
The incumbent AIADMK, arch-rival DMK, Vijayakanth-led Third Front and PMK have all promised farmers that the mills will be made to shell out more.
One driver partner, wishing to remain anonymous, said: "We have placed 20 requests to Ola. Basically, we do not want star rating," which is a customer feedback mechanism.
DMK enthusiasts overlaid Rajnikanth’s punch dialogues with political messages hitting out at the ruling AIADMK, predictably drawing the ire of fans.
The parody account is turning into a Twitter marketer, testing notions of who or what can be a brand endorser.
DocsApp, an online platform that links doctors with patients, has raised Rs 8 crore ($1.2 million) from investors including Anand Rajaraman and Venky Harinarayan.
Local players have kept off this fight, betting instead on realisable targets such as improving reputation among customers and focusing on increasing supply of cars.
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