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This practice is incorporated in The House of Hidden Mothers when the doctor explains that the ovum is selected from a "data base of egg doners [sic]" (Syal 2015: 210) in order to "find as near a physical match" (210) to the mother.
And Meera Syal said: "This is such exciting news for audiences and actors, a chance to celebrate and showcase our best talent in some of our best theatres.
Syal spoke about her latest novel, 'The House of Hidden Mothers', which focuses on surrogacy in India.
Syal joined Markit Group in 2008, where he headed human resources during the company's successful IPO, as well as being responsible for human resources across more than 20 international locations.
Beautifully written, Syal's detail of the cultural divides between Indian generations, can only come from one who has been immersed in both cultures.
Inset in the role first time around FRYING: Pauline Collins played Shirley on the TV and in the film (bottom) Meera Syal, who starred in The Kumars, played her in the West End in 2010
An ecstatic Prem Syal, Managing Director and CEO, Hi!
TEARFUL actress Meera Syal told a court she was "shocked" when the father of a male model allegedly glassed by her teenage daughter threatened to "take her to the cleaners".
Notwithstanding the intriguing, yet seemingly indissoluble conflict between Gans's insistence on the importance of social history and Huxtable's emphasis on the preservation of the buildings' aesthetic qualities, it is Gans's understanding of such terms as 'vernacular' and "neighbourhood" which provides an important starting point for this essay's exploration of transnational, gendered and class-inflected cityscapes in Hanan AlShaykh's Only in London (2001) and Meera Syal's Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee (1999).