Viswa, the definition, connotation of Naradha and Naradha version of Watson is an entire interesting topic by itself. The point I was trying to make was that Gauri's "Devil's Advocate" is in no way similar to Naradha, Kaliyuga Naradha, or a Naradha version of Watson. I have no quibbles about accepting a Watson titled "Naradha version of Watson" but would like to separate Gauri's Watson from the other Watson. I hope anyone reading this is laughing as hard at the above attempts at distinction as I am. Moving on.. I am now reading up about "advocatus diaboli" thanks to the mention above. Came to know that it was formally a respectable position in the Catholic Church. Interesting also to read that though now discontinued, the testimony of such critics is informally still sought for some canonizations, and two people testified thus for (or rather against) Mother Teresa's canonization.