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Book flights, order food on Snapdeal

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snapdealNew Delhi : Snapdeal on Monday announced the launch of various services on its platform where users can book flight and bus tickets, reserve hotels and order their favourite food.

For this, Snapdeal has partnered with Cleartrip, redBus, UrbanClap and Zomato.

Online services has to potential to become $100 billion industry by 2020.

“As we build the country’s most reliable and frictionless commerce ecosystem, the introduction of services on Snapdeal is a big leap forward in catering to nearly all the consumption needs of our customers,” Rohit Bansal, Co-Founder of Snapdeal, said in a statement.

Customers will also be able to avail exciting offers on these services on Snapdeal.

“It will enable us to reach out and tap a larger user base of largest Indian online marketplace and will allow even more customers to order food online quickly and easily,” said Deepinder Goyal, Founder and CEO, Zomato.

Users will also be able to access these service providers through Snapdeal’s app.

“We are confident that the introduction of services on Snapdeal will bring us closer to our goal of 20 million daily transacting users by 2020,” Bansal added.

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Indian government is soon going to launch a major scheme for those injured in road accidents

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The Indian government is soon going to launch a major scheme for those injured in road accidents. In this, cashless treatment of victims of road accident will now be available.

For this, the government will also set up a Motor Vehicle Accident Fund.

Every year in India 1.5 lakh people die in road accidents. According to the ministry, 1,200 people fall victim to road accidents across the country every day, in which around 400 people die.

The Transport Ministry has stated that Rs 2.5 lakh has been proposed for the treatment of a person injured in a road accident.

Apart from this, the Ministry of Road Transport has also designated the National Health Authority as the nodal agency for the scheme.

The Center has sought feedback from the Chief Secretaries of all the states till July 10 regarding this scheme.

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