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The neglected tombs of William Carey, Marshman and Ward in Serampore cemetery will be restored soon, thanks to a cheque for Rs 12 lakh gifted by an individual who wished to remain anonymous. The cheque was handed over by mayor Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharyya at a function on Thursday to G.M. Kapur, convener of Intach, which will undertake the repairs in the presence of the chairman of Serampore municipality.
The 17th World Congress on Total Quality, with a focus on investment opportunities in Bengal, will kick off in Calcutta on Friday.
The case related to holding of the Book Fair on the Maidan is likely to be heard in the high court on Friday.
State and private buses will follow altered routes with immediate effect due to tram track concretisation on College Street and Bidhan Sarani. Private buses on route 240 and 3C/2 will ply north along APC Road instead of taking MG Road. Buses on route 219 and 215 will turn left into CR Avenue from MG Road. Buses on routes 46A, 34B, 237/1, 46, 78/1, 234/1, 217A and 3C/1 will turn into MG Road from College Street. State buses on routes 2B, 2, 34, S17, 14B will also follow a similar route.
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