India’s Ola adds entertainment features as ride-hailing competition rages

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NEW YORK/BENGALURU (Reuters) – Indian ride-services start-up Ola unveiled on Tuesday a new car entertainment platform that allows passengers to listen to the music of their choice, as it seeks to woo riders with gizmos in a bid to outmaneuver global giant Uber in a fast-growing market.