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Anuradha Roy

Articles by Anuradha Roy

Berry Berry Sweet

Berry Berry Sweet

Apr 18, 2019 Anuradha Roy

The hills are the perfect place to go looking for wild and exotic flora

Mauritius Diary

Mauritius Diary

May 12, 2014 Anuradha Roy

About 63 per cent of the population in Mauritius is Indian-origin. Where’s their Indianness gone?

Wasted Lure

Wasted Lure

Jun 02, 2008 Anuradha Roy

Glimmers with promise at its dramatic opening. But then maudlin exile moments drip and drop into a deepening...

Highway Sugar Bon-Bons

Highway Sugar Bon-Bons

Feb 18, 2008 Anuradha Roy

A moveable feast that, alas, doesn't travel well. Bias and memory linger heavy through a breezy journey to...

The Luchi Speaks For Itself

The Luchi Speaks For Itself

Mar 06, 2006 Anuradha Roy

Scholarship with memoir and recipes. Occasionally she speaks where silence would have been eloquent. But...

Cooking Women

Cooking Women

Mar 08, 2004 Anuradha Roy

"What do they cook in your part of the world, anyway? Just potatoes and roti," my aunt would remark. The...

A Banquet Of Spectres

A Banquet Of Spectres

Jun 26, 2000 Anuradha Roy

All of India has its bhoots; Bengal has made a respectable genre out of 'ghost-writing'

Girl, Interrupted

Girl, Interrupted

Apr 17, 2000 Anuradha Roy

...and Kassabova's exploration of a girl grappling with history