Ahmedabad News Roundup| Air Force's air show before Final match, BLive's Ather EVs for Zomato & more
From the Indian Air Force's thrilling air show before the World Cup Final to BLive introducing 30 Ather EVs for Zomato deliveries in Ahmedabad, and the upcoming hosting of India's first-ever Sports Startup Conclave – stay informed with the latest happenings in the city through this Ahmedabad News Roundup.
Indian Air Force to perform an air show before World Cup Final
The Surya Kiran aerobatic team from the Indian Air Force will perform an exciting air show before the Cricket World Cup final at Ahmedabad's Narendra Modi Stadium.
Lasting for ten minutes, the show will feature impressive loop manoeuvres, victory formations, barrel rolls, and creative sky shapes, providing a spectacular sight for both stadium spectators and Amdavadis watching from home.
BLive introduces 30 Ather EVs for Zomato deliveries
BLive, a leading multi-brand EV platform, is making food delivery in Ahmedabad more sustainable by deploying 30 Ather EVs for Zomato's last-mile deliveries.
This eco-friendly move is part of BLive's plan to expand its EV fleet across 20 Indian cities, aiming to reduce the carbon footprint associated with food delivery vehicles and encourage the use of electric vehicles among the people of city.
Ahmedabad to host India's first-ever sports startup Conclave
On December 11, Ahmedabad will host India's inaugural Sports Startup Conclave at TransStadia University. Organized by the Gujarat government, the event aims to boost India's sports startup market and support emerging businesses.
The conclave, serving as a blend of sports and business, precedes Vibrant Gujarat 2024 and will feature sports startup awards with a total cash prize of ₹2.5 million for the top three winners.
Surge in hotel and flight prices due to India vs Australia match
As excitement builds for the Cricket World Cup final between India and Australia at NaMo Stadium, hotel and flight prices in Ahmedabad have surged. Basic hotel rooms may cost around ₹10,000 for a night, while luxury four and five-star accommodations could go up to ₹1 lakh.
Additionally, flight ticket prices to Ahmedabad have increased by more than 100 times for dates around the World Cup final, as reported by Moneycontrol.