Soft targets for hard sell
Thanks to aggressive and smart advertising
on TV, youngsters have never been more aware and assertive about what they want and how. Even as parents dither over their children’s never-ending demands,
it remains the advertisers’ day out with kids, says Priyanka Singh
There are no checks and balances to counter advertisers who zero in on kids,
writes Charumathi Supraja
Drawing cartoons calls for immense practice and remaining abreast of happenings
around the world, says Daljeet Kaur in a chat with Rubinder
Kaur took to cartooning because she
liked drawing caricatures. "They are ridiculous and humorous. Life can be
boring without cartoons. Caricatures brighten us up but cartooning is no
joke," she says.
to be a doc these days?
White male doctor is a creature of
the past, verging on extinction, according to an article in British Medical
Journal. No doubt there will be many
who rejoice at this. The White male, they will say, has had his way for too
long, in everything from the literary canon to politics. And even those who have
no such ideological antagonism to White males may see in it a heartening sign of
a new openness in the British society.
Known for his dazzling contribution to menswear, designer Ravi Bajaj has now created an
equally fabulous collection for women, says Vimla Patil