All stories by Nilanjana S Roy
A Life Built on ReadingRediff.com11 Feb 2017
'As you trek back down the centuries, returning to myth and legend, to stories told by people gone for hundreds of years who had the same fears and hopes as you, who hoped that their future, the world you inhabit, would be a kinder and happier place, you understand that there will never be an end to the exploring,' says Nilanjana S Roy.
The must-read books of 2016Rediff.com17 Dec 2016
Nilanjana S Roy shares her picks.
Juggernaut's funky experimentRediff.com18 May 2016
Juggernaut's mobile reading app could be a game-changer, says Nilanjana S Roy.
The end of an eraRediff.com18 Mar 2016
Balraj Bahri Malhotra and Ram Advani's passing signals the sunset of the era of the many booksellers across India who came over after Partition.
The best books to read in 2016Rediff.com1 Jan 2016
From Aurangzeb to Sangh Parivar, the year 2016 offers plenty of hope in historical and modern literature.
India and its writers' rebellionRediff.com13 Oct 2015
Novelists are speaking for millions across India who are alarmed at where this country is headed.
Our deadliest battles are now fought over literature, art and cultureRediff.com1 Sep 2015
The only thing more dangerous than a killer who thinks he is acting to protect his faith or community is the killer who knows he is acting with the sanction of his faith or community
Why the regional journalist is at threatRediff.com24 Jun 2015
The murders of journalists in 2015 underscore the rising power of regional language media, especially local-language newspapers, says Nilanjana S Roy
Why bloggers pay with their lives for speaking upRediff.com3 Mar 2015
Crackdowns on bloggers often signal the ominous rise of religious fundamentalism