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The Supreme Court has also expressed concern over safety of people being used as subjects in clinical trials of drugswhile the National Human Rights Commission too is reviewing the matter It has sought detailed responses from the Central and state governments on regulations to approve clinical trials and to ensure safety of volunteers involved therein (with PTI inputs) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Published: June 13 2017 12:07 am Grafity’s Wall shows Mumbai exploding with colour — bright wild and chaotic Top News After collaborating on the critically-acclaimed graphic novel Black Mumba writer Ram Venkatesan and artist Anand Radhakrishnan are now creating Grafity’s Wall Set against the street culture of Mumbai’s slums Grafity’s Wall also sees Toronto-based Irma Kniivila and Pune-based Aditya Bidikar joining the team as the colourist and the letterer respectively In an email interview Venkatesan and Radhakrishnan talk about the making of Grafity’s Wall and why graphic novels are a unique storytelling medium Excerpts: What is the premise of Grafity’s Wall Ram Venkatesan: It is a story that weaves through the lives of four young people growing up in Mumbai The titular character a street artist who calls himself ‘Grafity’ becomes our doorway into these lives As the story goes on we have glimpses into these characters their circumstances their desires their obstacles and their struggles The city becomes a canvas to paint these stories but it also participates in their battles inspiring encouraging and impeding in equal measure And of particular interest to me is the confluence of modern cultural forces and the economic realities that these characters live in The panels are very evocative and astonishingly detailed Anand Radhakrishnan: I have lived in Mumbai my entire life and I have grown up seeing so many different aspects of it that consciously and unconsciously a lot of it has become part of my visual vocabulary Also what is great about Mumbai and the city’s culture is its honesty and its acceptance by the people This city is not perfect or pretty or even always great but it is what it is and there is beauty in that I think We are trying to keep to that idea with Grafity’s Wall too I have had my own share of running around tagging walls with spray cans as a teenager so yeah there is definitely a lot of nostalgia in there How different is the view of Mumbai in this book from your previous work RV: In some ways Grafity’s Wall is a progression from Black Mumba The previous book was heavily infused with a ’40s American Crime-Noir aesthetic It looked at Mumbai as a creature of the night Dark and brooding often oppressive and yet alluring and unexpectedly beautiful With Grafity’s Wall I am dropping the genre lens and telling an entirely ‘real’ story about young lives in Mumbai But in some ways it is also the opposite of Black Mumba This Mumbai is exploding with colour It is bright and wild and chaotic Its beauty lies in its frantic pace and in its overwhelming cityscape The long shadows and quiet alleyways are gone The sunlight is unforgiving and there are so many sounds that you can hardly hear yourself think What makes the graphic novel a great medium to tell stories RV: It has its own language one that is particularly suited to telling a narrative through what is essentially still images But you could go beyond that — a comic book story is a sequence of panels but it is also a sequence of pages There are two levels of sequential storytelling going on there Then there’s the juxtaposition of text and visuals You can push that — and have an amalgamation rather than a juxtaposition These are things you can only do in comics The comic page as a unit of composition and of storytelling is a unique tool What can be done to encourage graphic novels in India RV: Fundamentally there needs to be a serious interest in making promoting and encouraging good work as an industry Not just look at comics as a step up to selling film rights or look at comics as accessories to films or games They’re their own thing and until a publisher with a strong point of view and a good understanding of comics comes to the fore the journey to making graphic novels is going to be a bumpy one We still undervalue art and stories in India That needs to change Some of the people working in Indian comics have astonishing talents but their skills are incredibly undervalued in the current industry But also perhaps talking about India as a captive market where Indian graphic novels are being made and distributed is a myopic thing There is no reason to limit ourselves Just make a good story and don’t limit yourself when it comes to finding an audience Grafity’s Wall is currently being crowdfunded with support from Helter Skelter Magazine and crowdfunding publisher Unbound For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 20 2017 9:49 pm Jhanvi Kapoor’s trendy outfits are giving Indian youngsters some serious fashion goals (Source: JhanviKapoorFC/Instagram) Related News A day before the much-awaited Ed Sheeran concert in Mumbai fans were treated to a whole host of photos from Farah Khan’s party for the singer The bash saw attendance of numerous Bollywood stars and their kids and while everyone was very much dressed to the nines the latest star kid whom we’ll soon catch on the big screen – Janhvi Kapoor looked every bit the fashionista she’s turned out to be The star kid lately hit the headlines when Karan Johar presented the first look of her upcoming movie Dhadak but the shutterbugs and style aficionados have had their lens trained on Sridevi’s elder daughter for quite some time given the fashion goals she’s been giving the teenagers of the country And she did it yet again as she sported a riot of colours at the special ‘Sheeran’ bash We love the multi-coloured off-shoulder top fromCaroline Constas that she wore Keeping it casual yet trendy she teamed the top with a pair of light blue distressed denim She paired her attire with nude pumps and minimal make-up pink tinted lips and hair swept to one side with soft curls She rounded off her look by matching her radiant top with an equally colourful bag from Dolce & Gabbana See pictures: ALSO SEE |Jhanvi Kapoor’s style file: Steal a glance at our 20 favourite fashionablelooks Earlier too Kapoor had impressed us with her casual and chic attire while she visited a restaurant in Mumbai Wearing a beautiful shade of ochre she flaunted a floral printed wrap top with aplunging neckline and bell sleeves She picked blue ripped denims to go along with her top and paired her outfitwith blush pink heels Keeping her look subtle yet classy she kept the make-up to bare minimum and did her hair in soft-curls (Source: Varinder Chawla/Indian Express) Loved her look Tell us in the comments section below For all the latest Lifestyle 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patronage and lineage in politics? If this gives a confusing image to votersthey are further confounded when Rahul wants them to make intelligent guesses about where he stands on everything that matters to them be it the issue of examination in CBSE schools or the dastardly rape of a student in a moving bus in Delhi or Naxalism In contrastpeople know what Modi stands forin politics or on issues concerning economy or law and order When he refuses to apologise for post-Godhra riots and baulks from donning a skullcap offered by a Muslim clericpeople know why He may be unconvincing and repetitive in trying to extrapolate his Gujarat model of development at the national levelbut people are keen to listen No guessing why Congressmen dismiss any Modi vs Rahul debate but can they avoid it any longer D K is a Senior Editor based in Delhi [email protected] For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Hamza Khan | Jaipur | Updated: May 10 2016 6:33 am Related News As part of its on-going law reforms Rajasthan will be “amalgamating” or consolidating 86 Acts into 16 thereby doing away with 70 Acts months after the state had repealed 248 “incoherent and redundant” laws “We have initiated the process of amalgamating 86 Acts” said Rakesh Verma Additional Chief Secretary Administrative Reforms The move marks the second phase of law reforms in the state Last September after a comprehensive examination of all the 592 Acts the government had repealed 248 Acts including 61 principal acts and 187 amendment acts While the Acts had been repealed the process to repeal the concerned rules is nearing closure Verma said adding that there are 70 such rules which are in the process of being repealed The laws which were retained were also examined for consolidation and hence 86 such acts were found suitable for consolidation Officials however suggested that while the process of repealing was completed in about six months the amalgamation or consolidation of acts is more cumbersome and is expected to be completed only by February next year Share This Article Related Article Last month NITI Aayog member Bibek Debroy had also met Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje for the current phase of “consolidation and harmonisation” of law reforms Officials informed that the CM emphasised that rationalising the laws would ultimately make things “more convenient for the common man” Officials said that along with Mukhya Mantri Jal Swavlamban Abhiyan (MJSA) grievance redressal is one of the key focus areas of the CM which thus involves bringing in law reforms As per a case study of last year’s repealing of acts by Debroy himself as many as 54 laws were concerned with land revenue tenancy agriculture agricultural produce livestock animal husbandry property and eviction while 46 were concerned with administration and development of areas and 32 were related to tax excise grants tariff finance duty among others In the meeting IIM-Bangalore’s Decision Sciences and Information Systems Area Professor Pulak Ghosh had also underlined the importance of employing digital data towards reforms “It is the only state where the exercise is being undertaken without the constitution of law commission through the Administrative Reforms Department And it is for the first time since Independence that 61 principal acts relating to 18 departments have been repealed in one go More importantly last bill of repeal of principal act was passed in the state in 1962” Verma said While the second phase is scheduled for completion before state budget next year a third and final phase of reforms will then be initiated This phase will involve rewriting of the remaining acts — which have survived repeal and amalgamation — as they have “several provisions” which are not “relevant” On the last phase the CM had termed it “tricky” and requiring “wide consultations with all stakeholders” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Updated: April 8 2014 5:33 pm Related News In a subtle show of strength to Chinathe Indian Air Force on Tuesday landed its C-130J Super Hercules transport plane at the world’s highest and recently-activated Daulat Beg Oldi airstrip in Ladakh near the Line of Actual Controlthe scene of a stand-off with Chinese troops in April India calls on China for steps to avoid incidents like Daulat Beig Oldi The achievement will enable the armed forces to use the heavy-lift aircraft to induct troopssuppliesimprove communication network and also serve as a morale booster for maintenance of troops positioned there China incursion: Indian Army dismantling Chumar bunkers in Ladakh “A C-130J Super Hercules landed at DBOthe highest airstrip in the world at 0654 hours today The Commanding OfficerGroup Captain Tejbir Singh and the crew of the ‘Veiled Vipers’ along with senior officer touched down on the DBO airstrip located at 16614 feet (5065 meters) in the Aksai Chin area” the IAF said in a statement The airfield was reactivated by the IAF in 2008 with the landing of an Antonov-32 aircraft there from Chandigarh after it was last used in the 1965 war with Pakistan “Once again this strategic base in the Northern Himalayas gained importance when it was resurrected and reactivated by the IAF along with the Indian Army and made operational when a twin engine AN-32 aircraft from Chandigarh landed there after a gap of 43 years (in 2008)” the IAF said The decision to deploy the C-130Jwhich is capable of lifting upto 20 tonnes of loadwas taken by the IAF considering the lower load carrying capability of AN-32s and helicopters “With this enhanced airlift capabilitythe IAF will now be in a better position to meet the requirements of our land forces who are heavily dependent on the air bridge for sustenance in these higher and inhospitable areas” the Air Force said The tactical transport aircraft of the special operations squadron is capable of undertaking quick deployment of forces in all weather conditionsincluding airdropsbesides landing on unprepared or semi-prepared surfaces It created history today by landing at this altitude and hostile terrain conditions “This achievement qualifies for the world record for the highest landing by an aircraft of this class” it said Incidentallythis was the same aircraft and crew that operated at Dharasu during ‘Op Rahat’ for the Uttarakhand flood relief Chinese troops had pitched tents in Depsang Valley near Daulat Beg Oldi in Aprilremained there for 21 days and left only after several rounds of flag meetings between the two sides For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Hope, 2009 1:01 am Related News Rs 2. 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