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Article from BBC World Service ---
Indian in record chilli attempt
Anandita Dutta Tamuly and Gordon Ramsay
Ms Tamuly was disappointed she had not managed more
An Indian mother is set for an entry into the Guinness World Records after eating 51 of the world's hottest chilli in two minutes.
Anandita Dutta Tamuly, 26, gobbled up the "ghost chillis" in front of visiting British chef Gordon Ramsay in the north-eastern state of Assam.
Ms Tamuly told Associated Press she "felt terrible" - because she had managed 60 in an earlier local event.
Mr Ramsay tried a chilli but said "it's too much" and pleaded for water.
He is in Assam for a television shoot of a global food series.
Guinness World Records accepted in 2007 that the ghost chilli was the world's spiciest at more than one million Scoville units, the measure of spiciness, twice the heat of its closest rival.
A standard green chilli has about 1,500 units.
The chilli record took place on Thursday in Jorhat, 300km (200 miles) north-east of state capital, Guwahati.
Ms Tamuly told AP she used to eat the chilli as a child "while children of my age roamed the village to look for berries".
Atul Lahkar, a local chef, told the Times of India that Ms Tamuly also "smeared seeds of 25 chillies in her eyes in one minute with the crowd simply awestruck".
The previous record for eating was held by a South African with eight jalapenos in a minute.
Guinness World Records has not yet formally confirmed the record.