Uber banned in Delhi over taxi driver 'rape'
Delhi's transport department has banned the use of Uber taxi-booking services in the city after a driver allegedly raped a female passenger.
The international car company enables customers to book and pay for taxis online. However, the rape claim has raised questions over how safe the system is.
People have been protesting in Delhi as the Indian government comes under attack for not doing enough to protect women.
Yogita Limaye reports.
08 Dec 2014
- From the section India