As rain still continue to upset the life of Tamil Nadu many trains and flight have been cancelled. Though the army is helping the peoples on the rescue point and providing shelters for peoples many startups and companies from all around the country came forward to provide relief efforts for chennai. PM Modi also announced immediate RS. 1000 CR relief fund.
UrbanClap reportedly providing pest control services in the rain affected areas last month. While ola is providing free boat service in Chennai.
Zoomcar service is provide free pick and drop service from affected areas to hospitals. You can get help by twitting to them or by cantacting on 044-42052772.
Healthcare site Practo has list all phone numbers of verified doctors and hospitals available for help in the state.
Restaurant search service Zomato has launched offer for chennai flood relief where Meals can be purchased for 2 people at Rs. 100, for 4 people at Rs. 200, or for 100 people at Rs. 5000.
Also many of the peoples have opened their homes for flood affected people and there is online spreadsheet which list out the places available for shelter, food offerings, rescue needed, helplines, and doctor numbers.
Many service provider company also came forward for help. Online recharge service Paytm is offering Rs.30 free talk-time for free of cost. The offer is only available for Chennai numbers. Check details Here.
Telecommunication company Airtel offering free credit of 50MB mobile data for Airtel prepaid mobile customers for two days validity. Chennai Airte prepaid customers will get auto approval for talk-time credit up to Rs. 30 and 10 minutes for Airtel-to-Airtel calls .
Vodafone is also providing same service for their customers.
International video calling service SKYPE has also announced Free International call to landline and mobiles in Tamil nadu for next few days. Skype announced the help via their blog and twitter.
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SOURCE : NDTV