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Posted by pedro 
December 29, 2016 11:49AM
The complete Solution should consists of a Rider App, Driver App and Admin Dashboard. Admin Dashboard is a web based panel where you can manage and monitor the complete activity of app users (both riders and drivers)

Driver App:

- Driver Sign Up/Login
- Add Vehicles
- Go Online/Offline
- Accept/Reject Inquires
- Navigation to Customer Location
- Start trip
- Navigation to Destination Location
- End Trip
- Review Customer
- Bill Summary
- My Rides (Ride History
Customer App:
- SignUp/Login
- Select a Cab Category (Hatchback, Sedan, Luxury)
- Book Now
- Book Later
- Ride Estimate
- Estimated Time Arrival of the Driver
- Make payment
- Rate the Ride
- Check Ride History
- Check Rate Card
- Contact Support
Admin Panel:
- Manage Drivers
- Approve Driver Sign Up request
- Enable Disable a Driver
- Manage Customers
- Update Rate Cards
- Check The complete Trip Feed
- Sort Trips
- Update Terms and Conditions, Privacy Policy, other pages

Be just. Leave a mark. Set not only an example, be a standard-bearer.
Re: Project
March 24, 2017 03:48PM
At the time, Mr. Barak’s fall seemed to signal a sea of change across the world, shattering the established political order and suggesting that even its most powerful leaders were no longer immune from prosecution. His release on Friday crowned the crushing of those hopes for change, and the enduring disappointment of the Egyptians who risked their lives to topple him — even if many now say the challenge is far bigger than a single man.I n contrast with the loud and clamorous scenes that marked his departure from power, Mr. Mubarak was released under conditions of secrecy early Friday, the quietest time of the week in Egypt. The former leader was spirited across the city under tight security, and the news spilled out hours after his return to Heliopolis. Even the loyalists who frequently cheered Mr. Mubarak from the hospital gates through the years had not been told of his pending release, but they were no less jubilant afterward.

Weary, apathetic or fearful of openly speaking their mind, Egyptians have grown shy of confronting power. Years of trials for Mr. Mubarak, on a wide range of charges, ultimately yielded a single conviction on a minor corruption charge. Few expect that his release from detention — an unthinkable prospect just a few years ago — will result in any significant protests.

He faced numerous charges, some of which carried the death penalty as a potential sentence.
Mr. Mubarak faced accusations of conspiring with the police to kill 239 protesters in Tahrir Square; of siphoning tens of millions of dollars from state coffers; and of cutting off the country’s internet access during the 2011 uprising, among other crimes. But what astonished Egyptians most was the sight of a man many had long feared, scowling in a courtroom cage.

Despite the severity of the charges, Mr. Mubarak remained defiant, insisting that it was he, not the Egyptian people, who had been wronged. His sons, Alaa and Gamal, joined him in the dock, accused of embezzling millions of dollars and overseeing a vast system of cronyism and corruption. But by then, it was becoming clear to many Egyptians that while Mr. Mubarak had gone, the system he controlled — with the military, security agencies and courts in the background — remained firmly in place and was not inclined to cede power easily to restless young protesters.

After being convicted in 2012 for the deaths of protesters, Mr. Mubarak was sentenced to life in prison. But an appeals court overturned that verdict and ordered a retrial, and he was ultimately exonerated. He also skirted several corruption accusations.But one charge stuck: that Mr. Mubarak and his sons had embezzled millions of dollars from the state coffers to refurbish the family’s main Cairo residence and other homes and offices. (The expenditures were classified as fictional maintenance costs for telecommunications towers).

In May 2015, a court sentenced Mr. Mubarak and his sons to three years in prison each and ordered them to pay $20 million in restitution and fines. But they were allowed to count time served against the sentences, resulting in the release of Mr. Mubarak’s sons later that year.
On Thursday, a Cairo court paved the way for prosecutors to reopen a corruption investigation into gifts that Mr. Mubarak had received from a state-owned newspaper while he was in power. But the inquiry will not require his continued detention.

Be just. Leave a mark. Set not only an example, be a standard-bearer.
Re: Project
March 24, 2017 03:50PM
Mr. Mubarak will enjoy the privileges of a retired head of state, including a security detail. Mr. Sisi’s main concern is likely to revolve around controlling the optics of Mr. Mubarak’s new lease on life.

Be just. Leave a mark. Set not only an example, be a standard-bearer.
Re: Project
March 25, 2017 11:35AM
As stupid and evil as this comment is, I’m not going to delete it or ban you (yet) because it’s a teachable moment,” Schwarzenegger said.

“You have two possible paths ahead. Right now, I guarantee you that these athletes have more courage, compassion, brains, skill – actually more of every positive human quality than you. So take their path – you could learn from them, and try to challenge yourself, or give back, to add something from the world.

“Or you can stay on your path, and keep being a sad, pitiful, jealous internet troll who adds nothing to the world but mocks anyone who does out of small-minded jealousy.

“I know what you really want is attention, so let me be clear: if you choose to keep going this way, no one will ever remember you.”

Be just. Leave a mark. Set not only an example, be a standard-bearer.

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