Bob's Banter by Robert Clements Safe House..!

NEW DELHI, April 12 -- "Don't worry, we'll keep you in a safe house!" says the police officer reassuringly to the frightened but bold person who has decided to testify against his criminal boss! And t... Read More

Naval Officer became Clown

NEW DELHI, April 12 -- That morning Pravin Tulpule was pleasantly surprised to see his photo along with a little boy's photo in the newspaper. But as he read the news, he was saddened. His friend ha... Read More

Hans Kung, a Charismatic Catholic Theologian

NEW DELHI, April 12 -- One of the most eminent and controversial Catholic theologians Professor Hans Kung (93), who passed away on April 6, had an incomparable tenure in theological circles and in wor... Read More

IPL Returns amidst Covid Surge

NEW DELHI, April 12 -- The fondness for throwing off the shackles of bondage has had mankind rising in rebellion against authoritarian forces time and again. If the restrictions imposed have been any... Read More

Beyond the Call of Duty: PEOPLE FACTOR EMPATHY?

NEW DELHI, April 12 -- It is well established that the role and functions of the police in brief are to uphold and enforce the law impartially, besides protect life, liberty, property, promote and pre... Read More

Do I Qualify To Be An Indian?

NEW DELHI, April 12 -- There are less harsh measures of Indian population control than imposed medical interventions. After spending considerable thought about the much disliked CAA legislation I thou... Read More

Renew and Revive

NEW DELHI, April 12 -- The Harassment of two nuns of Sacred Heart Congregation and two postulants who accompanied the nuns by the Hindutva hooligans with the support and connivance of UP police and th... Read More


NEW DELHI, April 12 -- Today corruption is not seen as a dire problem meriting what Jeremy Bentham calls "the superintendence of the public", which essentially paraphrases into regulation through the ... Read More

Leave exams to experts

NEW DELHI, April 12 -- In India, examination time is, unfortunately, suicide time. There are many children who end their lives because they cannot cope with the pressures of examination. Reasons aboun... Read More

Data at risk: Citizens to suffer

NEW DELHI, April 12 -- This has not happened for the first time. Yet, it escaped the attention of many. The data leak story that hit the headlines last week has raised an alarm over the kind of risk w... Read More