"Uber announced today that it will resume operations in New Delphi, India. It was banned by authorities six weeks ago after a female passenger accused an Uber driver of rape." - Catherine Shu, "Uber Returns To New Delph Six Weeks After Ban," TechCrunch, January 23, 2015. Here is the article.
However, Uber's return will cost it a lot. For example, it has applied for the Radio Taxi Scheme license. That requires that within a year Uber must have its own fleet of 500 vehicles. Its MO had been to have drivers use their own cars.
In addition, Uber will comply with new regulations in New Delphi for mobile-app taxi services. Those are intended to increase the odds for safety. And like most regulations they add to the cost of doing business.