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Amazon Great Indian Festival sale starts from september 29th

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India’s favourite e-commerce portal, Amazon India, has just announced the biggest retail event of the year Amazon Great Indian Sale. The dates of this 6-day shopping extravaganza have been announced. The sale will go live on 29th September 2019 and end on 4th October 2019. Prime members will get a 12-hour early access to the sale. For them, Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale 2019 will commence on 28th September at 12 PM. Amazon has unveiled a few of the best offers that will be up for grabs. During the course of this five-day shopping extravaganza, Amazon India will provide jaw-dropping Amazon Great Indian Sale offers, deals, and discounts on purchases made from Amazon India’s e-commerce platform.

The company is offering a plethora of discounts such as up to 40% off on “latest and best smartphones of 2019” which include 15 new smartphones and accessories; up to 90% off on fashion with over 1200 top brands; up to 80% off on more than 50,000 home and kitchen products; and up to 75% off on home appliances.

In addition to discounts, Amazon will also be offering festive cashback offers on Amazon Fashion, combo offers on books, gaming and toys and the opportunity to save more using Amazon coupons on daily essentials. Kitchen and home products will be listed at the “lowest ever prices” with free installation. Moreover, more than 11,000 products by Amazon brands will be listed on sale.

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Iconic Bajaj Chetak returns in modern avatar

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New Delhi:  Over 13 years after it ceased production, Bajaj Auto has relaunched its iconic ‘Chetak’ scooter in an electronic configuration. In an event in Delhi on Wednesday, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and NITI Aayog chief Amitabh Kant sat on two models of the electric Chetak, flanked by Rajiv Bajaj, the head of Bajaj Auto.

“We have decided to move towards electric vehicles (EV) and started its production in September at the Chakan plant,” Rajiv Bajaj, Managing Director, Bajaj Auto said at the event on Wednesday.

The electric scooter market in the country is probably the most viable option for automakers right now, with cars proving to be an expensive proposition to sell. This, however, comes naturally to Bajaj, and according to the company’s chief, “electric vehicles cannot be made at the click of a finger by anyone.”

The company plans to start selling electric scooters (e-scooter) under the Chetak brand January onwards from Pune and then move to Bengaluru; and after gauging the response, expand operations to other locations.

The e-scooter would be rolled out from the company’s Chakan plant and would be retailed from the company’s Pro-Biking dealerships.

The company also plans to export the model to various relevant markets in Europe from next year itself. The Electric Chetak offers a driving range of 95 km in ECO mode and 85 km in SPORTS mode.

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