Rupa Mukerji is energetic and focussed. She shares her professional journey towards success with Namaste Switzerland. Rupa Mukerji wears three hats in her professional life at Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation. She is: on the Management Board of the Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation the Head of the Advisory Services department at Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation an Advisor on the Climate Change for the organisation and also a member of the Board of Directors of the Indian arm of Helvetas – Intercooperation India. The commendable fact is that Rupa is the first non-European member on the board of a Swiss development organization. She and...Read More
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Sharanjit Kaur talks about how she moved out of a demanding job in IT/Banking to find her own calling as an entrepreneur in the field of personalized dressing. Sharan exudes a quiet confidence as she talks passionately about her childhood connection with her hobby: sewing. She reminisces, “Sewing has been a passion ever since I can remember… we had a sewing machine at home and my mother would make dresses for us. My earliest memories date back to the days of ‘Usha’ machine with a foot pedal and helping my mum cut patterns for our daily wear. I knew...Read More
Want to get into the spirit of fall? There’s nothing quite like the humble yet versatile pumpkin that puts you right in the mood to welcome autumn. The aroma of a freshly baked pumpkin cupcake that is redolent with warm spices makes for the perfect segue into the colder months. Pumpkin is a wonderful ingredient to bake with. The local ‘red kurbis’ variety of pumpkin is mildly sweet and is well suited for desserts. Most recipes call for pumpkin puree, which is easy to make at home. There are two hassle-free ways to make a pumpkin puree: In the...Read More
Classical dance that transcends conventional norms, and becomes relevant to audiences of our times. That’s how Sowgandhika Krishnan & Ensemble blend together the classical with the contemporary in their dance drama productions. The ISKCON* temple was festooned and decorated with flowers on the occasion of ‘Janmashtami’. There was a steady stream of devotees visiting the temple through the day. Among several events for the day, was a performance by artist Sowgandhika Krishnan and Ensemble. We took our seats together with the rest of the audience in the temple hall to watch the dance ensemble make their Zurich debut of...Read More
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Polianthes tuberosa is a night blooming perennial plant whose flowers are used in perfumery. The name is derived from the Greek word ‘Polianthes’ meaning ‘many flowers’ and Latin term tuberosa meaning ‘swollen’. In India, the flower of this plant is known as ‘Rajnigandha’.
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