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Uber faces lawsuit by US Justice Department over alleged disability discrimination | Oneindia News

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Uber faces lawsuit by US Justice Department over alleged disability discrimination | Oneindia News

Uber faces lawsuit by US Justice Department over alleged disability discrimination | Oneindia News

The US Justice Department sued Uber Technologies Inc over allegations of overcharging disabled passengers, and asked a federal court to order compliance with an anti-discrimination law.

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Ride hailing app Uber announced on Thursday that it will launch its services on messaging platform Whatsapp soon in India. the integration with Whatsapp, Uber said, will be a global first. #Uber #Whatsapp #UberOnWhatsapp

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Night curfew imposed in Puducherry till 31st January 2022| Oneindia News [Video]

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The union territory of Puducherry has imposed a night curfew with effect from today till 31st of January 2022. The night curfew will come into effect from 11:00 pm till 5.00 am every day except on the occasion of Vaikuntha Ekadashi. #Puducherry #NightCurfew #Newyear2022

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The year 2021 is ending and people have made their resolution for the next year 2022, from travel to better health to prosperity at work, what is there that people are looking forward to in 2022. #Newyear2022 #Resolution2022 #HappyNewYear

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The GST council that met today decided to defer the increase of tax on the textile industry after many states including, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat raised opposition. #GST #Textile #NirmalaSitaraman

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We Indians love our food, as diverse and vast our culture is, so is our food. From Mughali, to South Indian, to Desi Chinese to Continental, to our very much loved Ghar Ka Khana we love to eat and a tsunami of food vloggers on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram is proof we are a population of total chatoras. No wonder food delivery apps like Zomato and Swiggy are earning in billions as every second thousand of us are ordering something from outside to satisfy our cravings. Swiggy this year came out with a list of food items that were most ordered in the country and also showed what was the most ordered dishes state-wise. So let's take a look at the most ordered dishes in India first. #Food #Indian #ChickenBiryani

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Delhi known for its iconic monuments is a wonderland for tourists with a keen interest in history. Winter draws many to the iconic structures in the city, like the Humayun's tomb. #HumayunTomb #DelhiTour #Mughals

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