By population, Meerut, Jamshedpur, Kota and Dhanbad remain the four urban clusters without an active airport in the city or in the vicinity. Ironically, all three have airports that have one issue or the other. Jamshedpur had seen active air service by Air Deccan and Kingfisher Airlines. The airport was one of the first to be up for grabs under the RCS-UDAN scheme but Air Deccan couldn’t offer services. Obstacles on the approach path make it impossible for ATR aircraft to land at Jamshedpur. The city is a prime candidate for a greenfield airport. … [Read more...] about Where will 100 new airports come up by 2024?
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Commemorated since 1988, the World AIDS Day always has a theme, and this year it is "global solidarity, shared responsibility". World-over, 78 million people have been infected with HIV and 35 million have died from the illness since the first case was detected more than 35 years ago, according to UNAIDS. … [Read more...] about World AIDS Day: Is India winning the fight against new HIV infections?
“The proposal envisages Bajaj swapping its 48 percent stake in KTM AG for a stake in PMAG and both Pierer Industrie and Bajaj moving their stakes in PMAG, to a new Holdco between them”, Bajaj Auto said in a statement sent to the stock exchanges. … [Read more...] about Bajaj, Pierer Industrie propose to move KTM stake to new holding company
The Meteor is designed for a customer with a single motorcycle garage. While it will be sold in international markets, it’s ergonomics have been designed keeping in mind, Indian riding conditions along with the criticism received by the brand over the decades, with regards to quality control, engine refinement etc. According to RE, the Meteor has been built with the same attention to detail as the 650 twins, the latter having passed the litmus test of being critically and commercially well-received in International markets. … [Read more...] about Everything you need to know about the new Royal Enfield Meteor
Loftus: I’ve found myself the past week being able to do the show while also thinking about something else at the same time. It’s reaching a level of familiarity with something that you can just do it and not really even have to think about it. Then, in the moment where you know you’re with the audience and you’re talking to people, it’s very interactive, and you’re super present. But in the opening monologue sometimes I’m like, “Oh, I’m somewhere else.” I don’t think anyone can tell, but I’ve never had an experience like that before. … [Read more...] about 4 rising comics explain the thrilling, grueling Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where everyone wants to be the next ‘Fleabag’