yearns for change and demands freedom. They want to live and let live. But
labelling individuals and creating stereotypes comes easy to society.
Rupa Bajwa takes up for the unlabelled youth, who
don’t wish to be tagged and slotted.
still remain fuzzy about certain things concerning youth and freedom. To be
honest, (which I think is a sound habit), I find the word 'youth' and its
connotations a little boring and its meaning slightly puzzling.
approval means little to me’
engagement with herself and the little world that she has created in The Sari
Shop is startlingly real. The innocence is compelling even as it makes for
persuasive storytelling. The book gives a fair indication of what author Rupa
Bajwa is all about. The honesty of purpose shines through both the person and
the story. Ashwini Bhatnagar draws out the winner
of the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best First Book, Eurasia region, 2005,
on her life and art.
For a few
A list of celebrity diets shows the
extent to which stars go to shed weight. While
singer Elton John underwent a series of lamb-urine injections to lose weight,
actress Christina Ricci resigned herself to only salads to get her cheeks
"ultra hollow", reports the New York Post.