An Indian court has lifted a ban on Uber Technologies Inc. in New Delhi.
The judge said Uber should be allowed to operate while it is seeking a license from the Delhi Transport Department, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The ruling follows a similar decision by a court last month in favor of Uber’s local rival, ANI Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Delhi was given 10 days to set out the requirements for Uber to be granted a license.
If the company fails to fulfill the stipulations, transport officials can pass a new order prohibiting the company from operating, the judge said.
In December, Delhi authorities barred all ride-hailing companies without a license from operating after a woman alleged that a driver she booked through the Uber app had raped her. The driver who is standing trial had pleaded innocent.
Uber operates in more cities in India than in any other country outside the US.
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