All stories by RADHA ROY BISWAS
'In my grief, I blocked off Venezuela'Rediff.com26 Oct 2019
'The phone rang on the night of January 15.' 'The voice of an Indian family friend in Venezuela came on.' 'That morning, there had been an accident on the highway'. 'My father had died on the spot.' Radha Roy Biswas reveals her heart-warming and heart-breaking relation with a country drowning in economic chaos.
The nation that crashed to earthRediff.com23 Oct 2019
oaring crime gave Venezuela the horrific title of being one of the most violent countries on earth. Inflation ran into tens of thousands per cent, impoverishing nearly all of the country's 31 million people.' Yet, says Radha Roy Biswas, she sees hope for the beleaguered nation where she spent her childhood years.
When Venezuela's star stopped shiningRediff.com18 Oct 2019
Devastation struck Venezuela when oil prices started collapsing in 1982, following a global oil glut. The country's economy contracted overnight.
Venezuela: Before the ImplosionRediff.com18 Oct 2019
As Venezuelans continue to flee the starvation, crime and the horrific inflation that continues to mark the worst crisis it has ever faced, Radha Biswas looks back at a devastated country she continues to love deeply.