Pinnotodunna Malayalee' by noted Malayalee author and free thinker Ravichandran C. where he talks about why Malayalees are, in some aspects, taking steps backwards than progressing forward.
This event was organised by
Essense Melbourne. Conducted on the 29th of April, 2017 at Banyule Theatre, Melbourne, it was one of the 7 talks across Australia in a first of it's kind tour by a Malayalee intellectual.
The event kicks off with the presentation of the author's new work - Velichapaadinte Bharya, followed by the talk and a Q&A session at the end.
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This Presentation was done by noted Malayalam Writer and Freethinker Ravichandran C at enLIGHT' 17, a one day science seminar conducted by the esSENSE, Kannur on 2.4.17 at Shishak Sadan, Kannur. Ravichandran here explores the two important scientific explanations associated with the question 'why do we die?' and its possible connotations. He begins the discussion citing the glorious fight made by Dr Randy Pausch, Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon University, USA against pracreatic cancer in 2009. Ravichandran himself wrote a book in Malayalam on Randy and his famous 'last lecture' which was published by DC Books Kottayam, under the title' Mrithyuvinte Vyakaranam' ie (the Grammar of death).
Kerala-based Journalist Mohamed Nazeer in this presentation on 'Media and Democracy' at a seminar titled 'Enlight 17' organised by the esSENSE Kannur Chapter in Kannur on April 2, 2017 examines how a growing political correctness culture promoted in the contemporary Left liberal milieu is endangering free speech which is a key Enlightenment value that sustains independent media and democracy.