These 53 include areas such as Ghaziabad and Faridabad, which are serviced by New Delhi airport, or Vasai-Virar, which is serviced by Mumbai airport. Both New Delhi and Mumbai are slated to get a second airport in the next few years. Similarly, Thrissur, Kollam and Malappuram are serviced by Kochi, Trivandrum and Kozhikode, respectively. … [Read more...] about Where will 100 new airports come up by 2024?
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In India, around 23.49 lakh people were living with HIV in 2019, official estimates released this year show. “The HIV epidemic has an overall decreasing trend in (the) countrym with estimated annual new HIV infections declining by 37 percent between 2010 and 2019,” the government said in a reply to a question in Parliament in September 2020. … [Read more...] about World AIDS Day: Is India winning the fight against new HIV infections?
“The discussions are currently at a very preliminary stage and this disclosure is being made only by way of abundant caution. Bajaj will evaluate and decide on the proposal in due course, following due corporate processes such a deal entails”, Bajaj Auto added. … [Read more...] about Bajaj, Pierer Industrie propose to move KTM stake to new holding company
It has been a while since Royal Enfield launched a proper mainstream product (and not a limited edition, niche product) so understandably, anticipation levels have been high for the Meteor 350. The Meteor replaces the highly popular Thunderbird and the Thunderbird X and is available in three variants – Fireball, Stellar and Supernova. … [Read more...] about Everything you need to know about the new Royal Enfield Meteor
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