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Uber Files: Leaked info show how Uber expanded & dodged raids in India | Oneindia News*Explainer

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Uber Files: Leaked info show how Uber expanded & dodged raids in India | Oneindia News*Explainer

Uber Files: Leaked info show how Uber expanded & dodged raids in India | Oneindia News*Explainer

In a major setback to San Francisco-based mobility service provider, Uber, the British newspaper, The Guardian, has published and shared a huge trove of immoral activities by the company with the ICIJ and its media partners from 30 countries.

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