Uber rape


A 27-year-old woman was allegedly raped by the driver of the Uber cab she had hired to go back to her home in Northwest Delhi's Inderlok. The woman who works in a finance company in Gurgaon was returning home after having dinner with her friends.

Following this, Delhi government banned Uber taxis in the state.

Here are the latest developments.

Uber rape case

Key Developments

  • Uber case: police track down co-accused >Read more
  • Uber employs over 4,000 unverified drivers >Read More
  • Uber drivers: Why punish us for the actions of one man >Read More
  • Petition urging Uber to stop double standards goes viral >Read More
  • Had warned govt. against Uber, claims taxi association >Read More
  • Delhi police questions Uber official >Read More
  • Verification certificate of driver leaves police red-faced >Read More
  • Radio taxis banned. >Read more
  • Media pressure behind Uber ban? >Read more
  • Delhi govt bans Uber taxi operations >Read more
  • Delhi Police file FIR against Uber for cheating >Read more
  • Investigation reveales driver was accused of sexual assault in 2011. >Read more
  • Police arrest the cab driver, criminal action likely against the cab company >Read more
>Read more » >Read more » >Read more » >Read more » >Read more »

>Liability under a cloud

Online taxi services turn responsibility on to drivers or owners

>It’s a free-for-all in private taxi sector

Laws stipulate tracking devices only for cabs of BPOs and corporates, not privately-owned ones

>No lessons learnt after Dec 16

Driver acquitted in another rape case - reflects failure of Delhi Transport; law enforcement to work as a team

>The long, fearful rides home…..

The Hindu’s Smriti Kak rediscovers Delhi's public transport...

>Uber’s constant overreach

the way in which Uber is doing its business is more reminiscent of the operating style of the George W. Bush administration in Iraq and elsewhere

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