Thursday, October 17, 2019, 10:20 AM
A week after her two-month-old pet dog was allegedly taken away by a food delivery executive, Vandana Shah has filed a public interest litigation (PIL) in Bombay High Court (HC) against food aggregator Zomato. Her plea is that identification documents, like Aadhaar, of delivery executives should be made available to customers. In the PIL, Shah has urged that while delivery professionals possess all details of those who have placed the orders, the latter have nothing on them. Shah’s pet beagle, Dottu, went missing on October 7 from her factory-cum-residential premises on Karve Road. She and her family took to social media, requesting help to trace the puppy. A day after the pet went missing, she was able to find out that Dottu had been taken away by a food delivery executive. She managed to track down details of the person in question and called him.
Thursday, August 1, 2019, 6:57 PM
A 29-year-old woman from Bhendi Bazar has become the latest victim of a cyberfraud, losing Rs 80,000 in the process of applying for a job online. According to the complaint, the woman received a call, allegedly from the portal, in which her card details were sought and shortly after, her account was debited by Rs 80,000. JJ Marg Police have registered an offence. Last week, the Bhendi Bazar resident visited a website, looking for employment. The portal asked her to pay Rs 10 for registration. As soon as she did so, a woman who identified herself as 'Neha' called, to ask for the applicant's educational and residential details. After this, Neha asked her for her debit and credit card details, which the applicant unwittingly provided. Soon, the latter began getting messages of cash withdrawals from her bank accounts via net banking.
Tuesday, August 14, 2018, 6:16 PM
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