HTLS 2020 Week 3 Live: Realised Federer was best when I faced him - Agassi
Tennis greats Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf talk about impact of Covid-19 on sports.
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The first session of the third week of Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2020 opened with Michelin star chefs and restaurateurs Gaggan Anand and Massimo Bottura in conversation with Ritu Dalmia who is an author, a chef and a restaurateur. The chefs talked about how Covid-19 pandemic hit the food industry and what all is needed to reinvent the sector.
In the second session, founder and CEO of Central Square Foundation Ashish Dhawan and former Isro chairman Dr Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan spoke to R Sukumar, editor-in-chief, Hindustan Times.
In the third session sports writer and journalist Ayaz Memon interacted with tennis players Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf.
This is the first time the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit —launched in 2003 — is being held virtually. The last seventeen Summits have been outstanding successes with attendance by leaders from India and across the world. The audience comprised of senior politicians, bureaucrats, diplomats, business executives, thinkers, commentators and analysts. Over the years, the Summit has become one of India’s most prestigious and eagerly awaited for.
HTLS 2020: Hopefully chefs become more recognised, says Gaggan Anand
"In India, this is not considered among the top professions. But now as Covid-19 made people turn to their kitchens and start making bread, hopefully our profession gets its due recognition," Gaggan Anand said.
HTLS 2020: Pandemic turned every one home chef, session begins
The first session begins with chefs Gaggan Anand and Massimo Bottura talking about how pandemic made people bake bread at home.
HTLS 2020 Week 2 wrap: ‘IPL 2020 bigger than ever; cinema will see comeback’, say Uday Shankar and Ajay Bijli
Post the pandemic, cinema halls will witness a resurgence with more people flocking to the theatre and streaming platforms cannot compete with this despite their popularity in the ongoing Covid-19 crisis best evidenced by the Indian Premier League — played without an audience in the stands in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi — that has seen its biggest ever viewership in its history, top entertainment industry executives Uday Shankar and Ajay Bijli said. Read
First published: Dec 03, 2020 17:17 IST