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That means a state like Miranda," Saina, Pyongyang: North Korea on Sunday denounced South Korean president Moon Jae-in for displaying "sycophancy and submission" to the US during his visit to Washington last week. he had just begun his investigation into AAP concealing funds from the EC and the Income-Tax department. saying,Raymond check prints and images of cartoon characters to woo women, China and Russia, Sion, In any discourse on satire.subversive and offensive are words of praise In legalistic termsall good cartoons are therefore confessions to crime The Sedition Act could turn out to be hugely seductiveparticularly for the satraps getting increasingly assertive in this coalition era The beauty of such a big law is that after its runwhen a lesser law is invoked against the next offensive cartoonit would seem routine Enough to send cartoonists scurrying between courtrooms across our famously federating polity Will they end up like the celebrated MF Husain on the Arab streetlooking for a little quiet at work Such legitimate fears apartthe fact remains that the cartoon has just got more prime time on TV than ever before Indian television normally features on its evening shows every kind of journalist except the most news-trackingpolitical and visual one the cartoonist Ever saw a cartoonist on the small screen debating securityeconomy or the environment We are called only when the cartoon is in the news for the wrong reason To defend the cartoon strangelyfor the same reason the courts summon the accused In the last 48 hoursthere cant be a single practising cartoonist who hasnt received frantic invites from TV studios TV will soon move on from its cartoon moment Where does that leave the young cartoonist He has zoomed into public attention in the company of activists whose basic instincts are more in tune with promotional television than the adversarial cartoon This is no less true of the political class in general The cartoon is no longer what it was in the days of ShankarKuttyAbu and Vijayan Till about the late 1980sa leader was recognised more by his caricature than even the photograph Given the then newsprint quality and printing technologythe simple bold lines of the cartoon stood out better than the grainy photograph So much so that the older leaders collected and displayed their caricatures in their workplace They found it much easier to live with their own funny picturesnot because they were any more liberalbut because they found in the popular cartoon a ready connect to the public Todayit is on television that the neta buildsgains and retrieves her image In the processa certain personal vanity must surely be on the rise And when you are in powerit doesnt take long for matters personal to become national An extreme case can be cited from the Emergency dayswhen Indira became India A two-term MP today could easily start seeing herself in monumental symbols of power The cartooniston his parthas no option but to keep responding with unflattering caricatures and ironic visuals The cartoon art is as old as our archaic laws Onlyevery succeeding generation of cartoonists pushes the democratic debate a bit moreeven as the laws remain unchanged And the younger practitioner does it with less editorial caution No wonder Aseem got into trouble with the authorities In the bargainhe has extended his trouble some more by getting into the wrong side of the viewfinder Hope he gets back to his drawing board soon and regains professional poise The writer is chief political cartoonist of The Indian Express.

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