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Ola Uber Driver Cases Of Misconduct

Woman Held In San Francisco Assault After Pepper-Spraying, Coughing At Uber Driver

Mar 12, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

24-year-old woman was arrested in Las Vegas on suspicion of assault with a caustic chemical, assault and battery and other charges.

Mumbai Journalist Alleges Assault By Fellow Rider In Uber Cab, Complaint Registered

Jun 26, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

The journalist said when she tried to reason with the woman, the latter abused her "racially" over her looks and physically assaulted her in the car.


Woman Allegedly Forced To Strip, Pose For Pics By Ola Driver

According to the First Information Report, the woman, a native of Mangaluru who worked as an architect here, had booked the cab on June 1 night and left for the airport.


‘Cancelled Ola Ride Because Driver Was A Muslim,’ Brags ‘VHP’ Man, Followed By Union Ministers, On Twitter

Ola reacted to it saying the company does not subscribe to the views of individuals who want to create disharmony by using its platform.

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13 April, 2018

After Argument, Ola Cabbie Drives With Passenger On Bonnet At Delhi's IGI Airport, Arrested

Outlook Web Bureau

The incident took place on April 2 when the passenger had arrived from Port Blair on a SpiceJet flight around 5pm and booked the cab from the domestic terminal.


13 April, 2018

Pune Uber Driver Offers Woman Rider A Vodka Drink

Outlook Web Bureau

Pune Uber driver offered a vodka drink to a rider when he called her back after she booked a ride.


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India's captain Virat Kohli plays shot during the day three of their second test cricket match with New Zealand in Mumbai.

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New Zealand's Ajaz Patel bowls during the day three of their second test cricket match with India in Mumbai.

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New Zealand's Ajaz Patel celebrates the dismissal of India's Mayank Agarwal during the day three of their second test cricket match with India in Mumbai.

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India's Cheteshwar Pujara plays shot during the day three of their second test cricket match with New Zealand in Mumbai.

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India's Cheteshwar Pujara, right, along with Mayank Agarwal looks on during the day three of their second test cricket match with New Zealand in Mumbai.

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