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Tatler gives Chakra a vote of approval Raz appears on The Secret Millionaire


Laying a firm foundation for charity venture


London’s Bombay Palace opens after major revamp


Growing your own curry Second site for Dishoom


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Pages 37 Awards target still more nominations


Moti Mahal showcases Ani’s passion for food


Itihaas comes to Selfridges


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Le Raj seeks charitable legacy from Olympic spirit


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