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Mar 19, 2019
JP Morgan tests neuroscience-based video games to help recruit internsJPMorgan’s pilot will continue with applicants for 2020 internships in the United States.
Feb 13, 2019
Geoff Allott interview: Virat Kohli is a positive person who wants to impact the game and the societyFormer New Zealand pacer Geoff Allott talks about how the 1999 World Cup changed his life, Left-arm fast bowling, New Zealand cricket, Trent Boult and Kane Williamson’s rise and his love for Virat Kohli.
Nov 28, 2018
The Re-Origin of Species: Should extinct animals be given a second chance at life? A new book offers some answersMany scientists across the world are trying to bring back lost species, like the mammoth, passenger pigeon and even the dinosaur, to life. Torill Kornfeldt, a Swedish science journalist, visited many of these scientists in their laboratories to find out how far they had reached in their individual quest.
Oct 23, 2018
Mumbai coach Vinayak Samant interview: 'I am a helper of the team, not a dictator'Vinayak Samant is back again, with Mumbai cricket, aiming to do what he did best in his playing days — resurrect the team from tough situations with his grit and determination. Firstpost caught up with Samant to talk about his goals, the pressure of coaching a Mumbai side, handling egos inside the dressing room and much more.
Oct 17, 2018
Anita Nair on her new book Eating Wasps, finding her characters, and writing different genresAnita Nair talks about writing different genres, finding voices of her characters, the expectations of her readers and what's next on her table.
Oct 14, 2018
Ira Trivedi on her #MeToo story naming Chetan Bhagat, Suhel Seth: Was my duty, moral responsibilityIn her column, Ira Trivedi details her own experiences with sexual harassment in the literary world — more specifically from two prominent figures who have also been named in other #MeToo accounts: Chetan Bhagat and Suhel Seth.
Sep 22, 2018
Rahul Dravid believes if bowlers have slight advantage over batsmen, it will produce better Test cricketRahul Dravid talks about Virat Kohli’s captaincy, Ravi Shastri’s comment about the current Indian team being the best from the country in 15 years, India’s series defeat in England, the importance of practice matches before an overseas tour among other things.
Aug 24, 2018
On a different pitch, former England bowler Ian Austin converts cricketing goods to sporting memorabiliaFormer England bowler Ian Austin runs a website which has a set of sporting memorabilia that he gathered during his playing span of 20 years and auctions the accessories at sports club functions and annual dinners.
Aug 19, 2018
On World Photography Day, an exhibition of vintage cameras and portraits offer glimpse into a life in exileOn the occasion of World Photography Day, celebrated photographer and visual historian, Aditya Arya of the India Photo Archive Foundation & the Museo Camera, along with Isha Singh Sawhney, have put together Nirvasanama: Portraits of a Life in Exile Through Changing Viewfinders.
Aug 13, 2018
Delhi’s Meatscapes author Zarin Ahmad on meat, myths, popular culture and the QureshisZarin Ahmad's new book, Delhi’s Meatscapes: Muslim Butchers in a Transforming Mega City, traces the journey of meat from the farm to the meat shop and other workspaces of the butcher within the multi-sited margins in Delhi.