Ezhuthu - April 2018

Publisher: LIPI
Category: Art, Fiction
Language: Malayalam
Frequency : Monthly

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Jesuits of Kerala has launched an Institute for promoting peace and international relations. In the contemporary context of consumerism, materialism, violence, ethnic conflict and religious fundamentalism, the institute named Loyola Institute of Peace and International Relations (LIPI), hopes to achieve its goals through strategic plans for research facilities, publications, conferring academic degrees, establishing peace forums, seminars and conferences on peace and campaigns to popularize the theme of peace. The first project of the Institute is the publication of a literary-cultural-scientific magazine in Malayalam titled EZHUTHU: Chinthikkunna Hrudayangalkku which was launched on 1 November 2015. The leading literarians, cultural leaders, scientists, and philosophers contribute to its volumes.

India being a constitutional democracy, the supremacy of the law is enshrined in the basic tenets of its constitution. In the last four years, the two essential elements of our constitutional republic are in decline. The supremacy of the law is under attack. The processes of law are being used to serve political outcomes. Established procedures are sidelined. Representatives of the people have become the voice of agendas seeking to diminish what our Republic stands for. We look into those diminishing factors of our judiciary and constitution in focus. And we have a chat with firebrand activist Medha Patkar..... and many more.


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