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Spread humanity not hate

 05th / Feb / 2017 - By SUBEDITOR DCB

Shahina K Rafigue had a deep conversation with British-Pakistani novelist, scriptwriter Qaisra Shahraz on the duality between India and Pakistan. Shahina asked her whether she faces any difficulties of having a Muslim name and living in Britain and she says “I have definitely faced difficulties as Muslims are looked upon with suspicion since Sep...


A Historian’s report card

 05th / Feb / 2017 - By SUBEDITOR DCB

Indian historian and writer Ramachandra Guha spoke about India at 70 and the progresses the nation has made with reference to his books and researches. “Democracy is not just about elections, it is also about freedom of movement and association. Here too India has largely been successful.” Mentioning about the progress Kerala has made he sa...


How can you call a society educated if they divide people on the basis of caste creed and colour?

 04th / Feb / 2017 - By SUBEDITOR DCB

The second day of the KLf 2017 saw the big guns of Malayalam literature taking it out on the topic “The philosophy of Sree Narayana Guru :Percept and practice”. The members of the panel included the prolific Malayalam author Perumbadavam Sreedharan, contemporary writer and critic Sunil P Ilayidom , J Reghu, and Dilip Raj. The session was modera...


Islam and Islamic states

 04th / Feb / 2017 - By SUBEDITOR DCB

A power packed talk on the topic ‘Islam and Islamic states’ thrilled the audience at the venue Aksharam. Different aspects of Islam were discussed in connection with the ISIS issues. The main point put forth in this session was the ideology and common concept of ISIS which is a product of salafism. The spreading feeling of islamophobia and the...


The poems of Sugathakumari portrays the suppression of love

 04th / Feb / 2017 - By SUBEDITOR DCB

V M Girija, E Sandhya, Vijila Chirappad, Gargi Harithakam became advocates of women empowerment as they gathered together for the session ‘Body, Nature, Desire : In Womens’ Poetry’. Women should be extroverts than becoming introverts urged V M Girija. E Sandhya, for whom the literature is like an obedient friend had to talk about the ‘women...


“I think we are quite arrogant about our past. We are reluctant to learn from our past.” – Urvashi Batalia

 04th / Feb / 2017 - By SUBEDITOR DCB

The peaceful beach shores along KLF fest witnessed a fireside chat between Anand and Urvashi Batalia moderated by A.M.Shinas. Their topic of discussion was partition and the after effects of it. Anand said “The wound has not yet healed even after so many years of partition. The worst example of this is Kashmir. Anand further quoted two example...


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