Healthy living: Simple Tips by Rujuta Diwekar

In the pandemic, health became a priority for almost everyone in the world. People started to talk more about it, listen and read more, and also learn of ways in which they can stay in the pink of health, and protect themselves from germs and viral infections. It also led to them seeking nutritional tips on how they could clean ... Read More »

Frogs For Dinner!

A lady was once heating up a pot of water on a gas stove with the intent of cooking pasta for her family for dinner. A frog fell into the pot while it was sitting on the stove. While it wasn’t his intention to be stuck in a pot of water, he didn’t try to escape. He was comfortable enough ... Read More »

We Only have What We Give!

“Once, there was a farmer who regularly sold butter to a baker. One day, the baker decided to weigh the butter to see if he was getting the exact amount that he asked for. He found out that he wasn’t, so he took the farmer to court. The judge asked the farmer if he uses any measure to weigh the ... Read More »

World Population Day 2022!

World Population Day is observed on July 11 every year, to raise awareness regarding global population issues. The day is aimed to address the urgency and significance of issues related to the population. It may be noted that World Population Day was established by the United Nations Development Programme in 1989 when the global population reached 5 billion. Being celebrated ... Read More »

India To Train 100 Entomologists A Year

India does not have enough entomologists. Against this backdrop, ICMR’s initiative aims to ensure at least one well-trained entomologist in every district and municipal corporation to combat vector-borne diseases effectively. In a big push to fight against vector-borne diseases, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) plans to train 100 entomologists in a year to battle diseases like malaria, dengue, ... Read More »

Happy National Doctors’ Day 2022!

Doctors, also known as physicians, clinicians and medical practitioners, are healthcare professionals who diagnose, advise and treat our illnesses.  They save lives using their knowledge of the body and aid those with permanent physical or psychological impairments. For this reason, doctors are considered the most important public servants. National Doctors’ Day, which highlights the contributions of doctors in society, is ... Read More »

Gujarat Minister Insists Woman Sarpanch To Break Gender Stereotypes

In a remarkable move, the minister for education in Gujarat, Jitu Vaghani, asked the sarpanch of Rantej village, Meenaba Zala, to remove her veil before the felicitation ceremony at an event. The minister was attending the launch of annual school enrolment and ‘Kanya Kelavani’ schemes when he politely insisted the sarpanch come out of traditional customs. Reportedly, the first-ever female ... Read More »

ESOP’S FOR VIVANIANS!

VIVAN is firm in its commitment towards well-being of its Associates (Employees) and always considered them as most important integral part of VIVAN’s family, its been the case always. In our way of being and our Business operations, VIVAN considers Associates as most important, to the extent of “Associates First approach”, where our Associates are first and top priority for ... Read More »

Point to Ponder!!!

“In ancient times, a king had his men place a boulder on a roadway. He then hid in the bushes, and watched to see if anyone would move the boulder out of the way. Some of the king’s wealthiest merchants and courtiers passed by and simply walked around it. Many people blamed the King for not keeping the roads clear, ... Read More »

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