The Tribune Spectrum
Sunday, July 30, 2000




CAUGHT BETWEEN TWO WORLDSWhat is it like for modern young children, especially girls, who are at first sent to expensive convents, exposed to modern life but then suddenly asked to marry a spouse of their parentsí choice? How do they cope with their parents who profess to be modern but have yet not given up their conservative attitudes altogether? In the end it becomes quite difficult for these generations caught between two worlds, observes Raman Mohan.

 

Week Specials

HERITAGE: A castle in the hills, 
by
Suchita Malik

"I canít do mindless songs & dances",
by
Ravi Ranjan

A dollar worth more than a million,
by
Deep Inder

  Week Specials
 
'ART AND SOUL:  Several tombs and a garden,
by
B.N. Goswamy

FITNESS: Back into shape after baby,
by
Anup Deb Nath

GARDEN LIFE:  Cheer up with chikoo,
by
Satish Narula

TELEVISION: Oh brother, Apna Apna Style,
by
Mukesh Khosla

BOLLYWOOD BHELPURI: Raving about Raveena,
by
Madhur Mittal

SCENE STEALERS: Gifted duo,
by
Belu Maheshwari

TIME OFF: Letters for sale,
by
Manohar Malgonkar

LIFE TIES: Do not retire from life,
by
Taru Bahl

FEEDBACK: An Unequal Alliance

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A journalist remembers and recounts
Review by
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Habits make a new you
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A voyage into void
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Rumina Sethi

Community of constant conflicts
Review by
G.V.Gupta

No cure for this sick policy 
Review by
Jagdish Chander

1000 years of history
Review by
Kuldip Kalia

Gun or black door? Fear blocks freedom
Book extract

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