TC-I Week in Review

Here are the top 3 posts over the last seven days.

  1. Santhosh’s discussion of cricket teams hiring the Washington Redskins cheerleaders find and train homegrown versions garnered substantial attention.
  2. In second place, another post from Santhosh. This time he highlights the creation of the country’s first social investment management company.
  3. In third place, an older op-ed written by Prerna on the Parle-G Biscuits also was widely read.

Highlighted Jobs, Internships and Opportunities

  1. We posted on a new opening at Unitus for a senior associate.
  2. Acumen Fund is looking for a legal associate.
  3. Also, the deadline for the Atlas Corps fellowship is fast approaching.

Reaching into the Archives

Prerna sometime back took a critical look on migration and its effects on society. Check it out again here.

India’s hottest new Import

NYU Stern professor and former WSJ editor Tunku Varadarajan, writes an interesting op-ed about the Washington Redskins Cheerleading squad which just landed in Bangalore to select and train cheerleaders for the local cricket team, Bangalore Royal Challengers [via NY Times]:

According to the Redskins’ Web site, the cheerleaders will “conduct a national audition of Indian women.” The aim of the exercise is to set up a squad of indigenous pompom wielders for the Bangalore Royal Challengers, one of eight teams that will play in the Indian Premier League, a rich new Indian cricket league

A national audition of Indian women! Really?