Social surveillanceBengaluru’s members-only BLVD Club opened its doors on August 7. “Gyms and yoga studios in the State were allowed to open on August 5, but we delayed it by two days, because we wanted to use the time to educate our members about the new safety protocols,” says Emanda Vaz, who heads the institution. The club hosted two-day online sessions to introduce its members to the new rules at its luxury premises. … [Read more...] about Gymming in a post-pandemic India, what does the future hold?
Changing for better
It helps that I perceive my digital fast as a restricted diet — just like eliminating dairy, wheat or sugar, these are another form of toxins. It is unreal to obliterate social media completely, but the unnecessary elements can be weeded out. I remember a conversation I had years back with beauty blogger Ankita Chaturvedi. It was after I received negative feedback about my appearance on YouTube (gosh, I completely forgot I was on that too!). Like me, she had restricted comments on her videos. “I get to choose who comes to my house; if the guests are rude, then I have every right to show them the door,” she said. … [Read more...] about Is digital fasting the new wellness trend?
Three workers from Jiangsu and Shandong provinces and Shanghai who are in charge of express stations are the first lecturers. One of them, Hou Kaili of Nanjing, Jiangsu province, has been in the express delivery business for years. At Cainiao Guoguo, he manages a team of 150 couriers, whose average monthly income is more than 10,000 yuan ($1,439). Their earnings double on June 18 and Nov 11, the biggest shopping discount days in the country. … [Read more...] about Training for express couriers aims for profits