My Facebook Fixation

Sorry, these are only some of my previous posts on FB, Somehow I feel that they have a current flavour and that they are worthy of being shown on these pages. Hence, here goes: Imagine there's no religion, the World is one: John Lennon, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Q_YV49GH0g Frankly, this Oscar Wilde gem was borrowed from Facebook I … Continue reading My Facebook Fixation

BEWARE, THERE’S A PRIEST IN THE CHURCH

Bishop Franco Mulakkal, the man of God, travelled from Kerala to far-North Jalandhar in Punjab to spread the good word. While thus servicing God, he also serviced a couple of nuns following the example set by the Holy Ghost some 33 years before Crucifixion. Bishop Franco continued having fun for a couple of years - … Continue reading BEWARE, THERE’S A PRIEST IN THE CHURCH

The Mystery of Death Toll in Balakot

There is little doubt that India's Miraj pilots bombed the area that was indicated to them in the briefing. They flew in the dark by Instrument Flying Rules. The target was hidden amid trees. There was no one there to light a flare and show the exact spot. Latitude and Longitude data they were supplied … Continue reading The Mystery of Death Toll in Balakot

My Literary Fix – Hamid Dubashi Review on Rushdie’s Verses

I have always held that Satanic Verses was not Salman Rushdie's best work. It was catapulted into fame or notoriety (depending on whom you ask) by the 1989 fatwa by the Supreme cleric of Iran, Ayatollah Khomeini. The Fatwa made Khomeini a religious authority - at least in respect of the murder call - for … Continue reading My Literary Fix – Hamid Dubashi Review on Rushdie’s Verses