The story of alu-posto and opium trade: An Article from the Indian Express by Pritha Sen
5 April, 2016

Can a residual by-product of the opium plant become a highly prized spice? It can. Ask any Bengali what he or she has had for lunch, and more often than not the answer will be Alu-Posto (potatoes in poppy seed paste). Or, maybe, it could be kancha posto (raw poppy-seed…

Start-Ups That Last: An article from Harvard Business Review
4 April, 2016

This article appeared in the Harvard Business Review. It can be found at Start-Ups That Last. Why do so many start-ups that seem to have it all—customers, cash, a promising outlook—run off the rails? Ask a venture capitalist, and you’ll probably hear that they have trouble “scaling.” What does that mean,…

Money Ball – Science of Sports Analytics
4 April, 2016

Rohit Sharma shouldn’t open, Rahane is far better. Torres for £50 million, Chelsea must be crazy! Lakers letting Shaq go? It makes no sense. Every one of us, sports fans, would ideally like to be a selector. We know what is best for our teams and only if we had…

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