Forest To Be Thankful For …

In 2012, the United Nations declared that the 21st March as International Day of Forests… This day raises the awareness of the importance of forests and their biodiversity, and on this day communities and nations are encouraged to undertake activities and discussions that celebrate and safeguard these habitats Humans have harvested wood from trees since we first developed an understanding of ... Read More »

Women’s Day Celebration – 2023

Yesterday We celebrated Women’s Day In VIVAN , Though we believe in everyday is a women’s day… On 8th March all the women across our departments came together to celebrate it…. Here are few glimpses of the occasion Ending the Day with Some Sweet! Happy Women’s Day! #womensdaycelebration #year2023 #corporateevent #corporatefun #vivanls # Read More »

A World Without Pesticides!

Does it sound great to have a world without pesticides?  Our answer to this question likely depends on what you know about pesticides. Generally, a pesticide is a substance that deters or kills an organism that is harming human health, agriculture, the environment, or the economy. This could be a synthetic chemical purchased at the store or a simple mixture ... Read More »

A Management Lesson!

One fine day, a bus driver went to the bus garage, started his bus,and drove off along the route. No problems for the first few stops-afew people got on, a few got off, and things went generally well. Atthe next stop, however, a big hulk of a guy got on. Six feet eight, builtlike a wrestler, arms hanging down to ... Read More »

This Innovation Extends Life of Fruits & Veggies Without Fridge, Cuts Spoilage by 90%…

Did you know that India wastes around 40 percent of its fruit and vegetable produce? When Chennai native Deepak Rajmohan stumbled upon this fact, he was horrified and wanted to do something about it With this intention, the 29-year-old returned from the US, where he was working in a company, to his homeland. He travelled through different villages in Karnataka ... Read More »

Study links ‘strong moral character’ with reduced risk for depression, anxiety, cardiovascular disease…

Researchers from Harvard Chan SHINE and the Human Flourishing Program have published a new paper in Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology exploring the role of strengths of moral character (SMC) in physical and mental health.  Authors Dorota Weziak-Bialowolska, Matthew T. Lee, Piotr Bialowolski,  Ying Chen, Tyler J. VanderWeele, and Eileen McNeely used longitudinal observational data merged with medical insurance claims data collected from 1209 working adults of a large services organization in the U.S.  ... Read More »

Be Thankful To Smallest Favors….

Air Commodore Vishal was a Jet Pilot. In a combat mission his fighter plane was destroyed by a missile. He however ejected himself and parachuted safely. He won acclaims and appreciations from many. After five years one day he was sitting with his wife in a restaurant. A man from another table came to him and said “You’re Captain Vishal ... Read More »

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