diagonal: Anand was clear no. 5 of the world when Danny beat him at the <Goodricke International Chess Open in Kolkota>, 3rd edition in 1992, organised by the Alekhine Chess Club:
Two brits at the top: GM King, winner and GM Norwood.
King won this strong swiss system at 8.0/11 on tie-break, Norwood second, Anand finally was third, Dreev fourth in a four way-tie.
After nine rounds, King was leading alone, cooly aiming for two draws in the last two rounds to secure his tournament win.
Some further prominent players (in no particular order): Ehlvest, Gufeld, Georgiev, Ribli, Bologan, and Barua of course, more than 100 participants; thirteen players from the former USSR, travelling all in bus, arrived too late, ten were given a bye (half a point) for the first round, they started to play in the second of eleven rounds.
Source: DIE SCHACHWOCHE Nr. 9 / 1992, the chess weekly from Switzerland (existing from 1978 to 2003), somehow the predecessor of THE WEEK IN CHESS (since 1994) by Mark Crowther today