Simson Kalathara, an Indian restaurateur based in the United States, keeps himself and his restaurant empire fine-tuned with annual visits to his birthplace near Cochin, in the southern Indian state of Kerala. His road to success in the restaurant business was punctuated with stops in fourteen countries. That’s the number of postings he had with India’s foreign service before landing in New York City.It was while working in an administrative post at the United Nations headquarters in New ...
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