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For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Toronto | Published: November 15 2017 6:25 pm The results found that even the fathers of the new born babies were also relatively affected by the chances of heart diseases and hypertension risks in their later lives (Source: File Photo) Top News Women who develop both gestational diabetes and high blood pressure during pregnancy could be at a higher risk of suffering from these cardiometabolic diseases in later years that also raises the risk heart disease a new study has warned The study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology noted that having been diagnosed with both the risks of diabetes and high blood pressure at the same time made a mother six times more likely to develop hypertension in the near future “Having either of the conditions increased a woman’s risk for diabetes in the future by 15 times But if the woman had both of them it increased her risk of diabetes by 37 times” said Kaberi Dasgupta an Indian- origin researcher at the McGill University in Montreal Canada “Knowing this will allow physicians to identify mothers at risk and to work with them to make lifestyle changes in an effort to help reduce those risks” said Romina Pace lead author of the study from the same University The researchers looked at a sample of 40000 women in three cohorts: Those who developed neither blood pressure nor diabetes during pregnancy; those who developed one or the other; and those who were diagnosed with both The results found that even the fathers of the new born babies were also relatively affected by the chances of heart diseases and hypertension risks in their later lives “We found there were increased risks in the father as well This shared risk is an important finding because it can help promote collaboration between partners to make lasting lifestyle changes in the household together” adds Dr Pace For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Radhika Singh | Published: August 28 2016 1:10 am Scribbles on the wall: Sketchbooks by artists Nityan Unnikrishnan; Gagan Singh; Priya Kuriyan at the exhibition in Mumbai Top News You are 11 years old and enter the room you share with your sister She is probably out hanging out with other oh-so-cool 14-year-olds Curiosity consumes you and you push past her clothes in her cupboard reaching out for what you have occasionally seen in her hands clasped with surreptitious urgency — her diary In there you find with that frenzied glee a trove of awkward moments puerile fantasies and intense crushes Forms of art are rarely truly personal Paintings are polished and books edited Not so at Chatterjee and Lal’s exhibition ‘Zones of Privacy’ in Mumbai where 26 animators graphic designers photographers and painters from across the country have bared their private diaries for the world to get a vicarious thrill from Viewers are encouraged to delve into the artists’ passing thoughts memories and sometimes undiplomatic musings Rukminee Thakurta the curator of the exhibition says she got the idea of ‘Zones of Privacy’ while teaching students book design at the National Institute of Design Ahmedabad “Students would come to me with their books for critiques” says Thakurta who is also a part-time professor and the founder of Letterpress “I became fascinated with the idea of a book as a space that offers an escape from everything” The exhibition comprises over 90 sketchbooks scrapbooks and photo books; often tucked into the pages are ticket stubs boarding passes business cards and other memorabilia — even a feather or two Visitors are given a pair of latex gloves at the entrance prompting a familiar thrill The show encompasses works by artists — both students and the internationally acclaimed — such as Dinesh Abiram Roy Varghese and Sunandini Basu One thin black sketchbook holds Malayali artist Nityan Unnikrishnan’s comics about a rage-filled night A car zooms through the streets and the driver a bespectacled woman turns around to say “He let me down” Next page: “After forty years of knowing me he let me down so badly” In the last scene her car zooms into the darkness Unnikrishnan’s outlines are scribbles; they waver and colours leak out of boundaries Another scene has a woman at the wheel asking a man changing her tyre “What are friends for” He replies “To piss on What else” The artist’s obscure sketches capture fleeting conversations and snippets of passing thoughts On the last few pages of one of Unnikrishnan’s sketchbooks is a list of tasks — things he needed to buy before moving into his new place: “Towels and handwash for the loo” “Floor mat and door seal for the small room” “A bin for the big room” The private says Thakurta is very often out there in the work of artists but some find it more difficult than others to expose themselves Gagan Singh a 41-year-old emerging artist who studied fine arts at the Kent University of Art and Design Canterbury writes about his work “It is uncomfortable to reveal some things that should remain private…it is a space I do not want another person to enter…This selection of books is a question of how much I want the consumer to consume of me at this stage And how many stories of mine should be put out there as viewing objects” Singh’s drawings centering around a turbaned character — presumably Singh himself — are crude One page shows him lying on the ground naked and being ripped apart by a pack of dogs “Copying Buddha…” is scribbled at the bottom Turn the page and there are a series of sketches titled “How to make a cow and donkey mate” It starts with “first find a doneky (sic) and talk to him” going on to “find a cow which may look like a dog because I draw dogs all the time” and ends with a lewd drawing of the two engaging in intercourse The sketchbooks lend an insight into the artist’s mind — what kind of book has he/she chosen What does its colour and style the texture and size of its pages its binding technique denote “The physical form of the book is not disengaged from the stories contained in it but is an integral part of it” says Priya Kuriyan an independent animation filmmaker and illustrator through a quote inscribed on a wall next to her work Kuriyan continues “I have been writing and illustrating children’s books for over 12 years I also make comics My sketchbooks serve as a visual memory of life both external and internal and are a place where the seeds of many personal projects are sown” One can see crossed-out sentences even scratched-out paragraphs giving the viewer a sense of what was going on in her head when she first sketched out scenes Kuriyan’s self-deprecating tone lends a whimsical shade to the exhibition In one sketch a grumpy man with a bulging paunch scowls at her Labelled “Skeptic” he asks Kuriyan “You make pictures For children’s books Like — A is for Apple…then you draw an apple? often interspersed with hand-written notes. “With the Internet of things, what is a security interface?even as he launched the poll campaign for Chhattisgarh Assembly elections in Ambikapur. 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