Q: Tell us about yourself? I am a regular part-time working mum of 2 lovely girls and a happy wife to a wonderfully supportive husband. I am passionate about photography, design, home décor and all things beautiful. I love crafting, reading and painting with my daughter and travelling. Q: What do you do? Work as an assistant for an International supply chain department in a Global healthcare company. Q: Where do you live and what brought you here to Switzerland? I came to Switzerland with my husband in 2005 when he did an MBA in Lausanne. We moved to...Read More
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“I always enjoyed clicking pictures, getting them in the right frame and composition,” says Niti Jain a self-taught photographer and mum who loves to capture little precious moments of everyday life. If you’d like to see more of Niti’s work or get in touch with her, here is her Facebook page, Niti Jain...Read More
Summer’s here! It’s time to pack in your jackets and go light and lovely. Check out our contributor, Pragati Siddhanti’s recommendations of easy fashion and pure elegance. I have to admit; I’m overworked but happier. I missed the sun, I missed the brightness, and I was tired of gloom. Feeling more cheerful and brighter, I’m pulling out all outfits that were out of sight (but not out of mind). In this post, I talk about two such summer outfits: the perfect one that can suit all body types and works on almost all occasions. Outfit #1: The Perfect Summer...Read More
Hüttenkäsestücke mit grüner Erbsen in Tomatensauce, Oder Hüttenkäse gekocht mit Spinat. Indian or not, if you’ve ever been to an Indian restaurant, you would have surely ordered one of the above two dishes! That’s mutter paneer (cottage cheese cooked with peas in a tomato sauce) and the other one is palak paneer (cottage cheese cooked with spinach) A quick search will tell you that paneer is a variety of fresh cheese used in most South Asian dishes. Specifically in India – It is commonly used in North Indian dishes. The love for paneer in cooking has led to...Read More
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The Sanskrit version of Wikipedia is subtitled as ‘swatantravishwavigyaanakoshaha’.
112 - International emergency call
117 - Police emergency call
118 - Fire Station
140 - Breakdown service
143 - Crisis line
144 - Emergency Rescue
145 - Toxin information
147 - Children emergency call
163 - Road condition