“World AIDS Day remains as relevant today as it’s always been, reminding people and governments that HIV has not gone away,” the UNAIDS said. “There is still a critical need for increased funding for the AIDS response, to increase awareness of the impact of HIV on people’s lives, to end stigma and discrimination and to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV.” … [Read more...] about World AIDS Day: Is India winning the fight against new HIV infections?
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So, will 100 new airports, seaports and heliports be possible in the next four years? The answer could well be No, unless there are dedicated helicopter airlines since the segment is currently reliant only on the state-owned Pawan Hans, which has been up for privatisation, without success.Ameya Joshi runs the aviation analysis website Network Thoughts. … [Read more...] about Where will 100 new airports come up by 2024?
Talking to PTI, Goa Airport's Director Gagan Malik said the number of domestic flights are also increasing amid the unlock process, even as scheduled and chartered international travel continues to remain suspended. After the lockdown in March this year due to the pandemic, India resumed its scheduled domestic passenger flights from May 25. … [Read more...] about Goa’s domestic air passenger traffic returning to normal: Official
The complicated gender politics on hand fulfill the promise of the L.A.-based comedian’s earlier work, like the short video Start Objectifying Women. Palamides developed Nate at the Lyric Hyperion, a talent incubator that produced other critically acclaimed shows, including Jamie Loftus’s Boss Whom Is Girl. Eventually she took the show on the road, winning the Total Theatre Award at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It’s the type of risk-taking art that doesn’t usually end up on Netflix, as loose and interactive as the Middleditch & Schwartz improv specials from this past spring, but far more urgent and resonant. Perhaps that will change if Nate ends up producing as much conversation around it as the show deserves. … [Read more...] about Netflix’s ‘Nate’ is a comedy special about consent that’s as funny as it is uncomfortable
Treyger: I’m pretty desperate for constant laughs. That’s why I run to crowd work all the time, because I want a laugh every 15 to 30 seconds. While I’ve been here, though, I really wanted to take the time to dig into some topics or thoughts or things from my past that don’t have real punchlines. I know the audience here is trained to sit for a minute without a laugh, so I’ve really been focusing on getting rid of my desperate need for constant laughs and talking about something that I hope will be funny, and making it funny, but like also digging into topics that fit into the show that aren’t really funny yet. … [Read more...] about 4 rising comics explain the thrilling, grueling Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where everyone wants to be the next ‘Fleabag’