A portrait of Gaggan Anand

Gaggan Anand: “The guest is not always right”

He spent his youth battling poverty and dreaming of rock stardom. But after a career volte-face, Gaggan Anand has become a highly successful chef, with his restaurant recently named the best in Asia for the second consecutive year. The only trouble is, he’s already tiring of his celebrity chef status

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A portrait of Gaggan Anand
Gaggan Anand: “The guest is not always right”

He spent his youth battling poverty and dreaming of rock stardom. But after a career volte-face, Gaggan Anand has become a highly successful chef, with his restaurant recently named the best in Asia for the second consecutive year. The only trouble is, he’s already tiring of his celebrity chef status

He spent his youth battling poverty and dreaming of rock stardom. But after a career volte-face, Gaggan Anand has become a highly successful chef, wit…

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Sydney Schanberg (left) talks with Dith Pran at the New York Times office in 1980. Schanberg, the Pulitzer Prize-winning correspondent for the New York Times, whose coverage of Cambodia along with Pran in the 1970s inspired the film The Killing Fields, died on 9 July
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