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Rath Yatra festival, National Doctors’ Day and more

A quick look at the day that was for Kolkata

By My Kolkata Web Desk | Published 01.07.22, 07:59 PM
1/4 Children walk barefoot at a Rath Yatra procession near Bagbazar on Friday.

Children walk barefoot at a Rath Yatra procession near Bagbazar on Friday.

Amit Datta/My Kolkata
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2/4 Artistes perform at the ISKCON Rath Yatra rally on Friday.

Artistes perform at the ISKCON Rath Yatra rally on Friday.

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3/4 A yoga session in progress at the Uttarakhand stall at the Travel and Tourism Fair at Biswa Bangla Convention Centre in New Town on Friday. The fair will continue till July 3.

A yoga session in progress at the Uttarakhand stall at the Travel and Tourism Fair at Biswa Bangla Convention Centre in New Town on Friday. The fair will continue till July 3.

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4/4 The United Kingdom marked the 140th birth anniversary of Dr BC Roy and National Doctors’ Day by unveiling a commemorative plaque at the British Deputy High Commission on Ho Chi Minh Sarani on Friday. Nick Low, British deputy high commissioner to Kolkata, and Narayan Swaroop Nigam, secretary to the Department of Health & Family Welfare, Government of West Bengal, unveiled a commemorative plaque to mark the 140th birth anniversary of Dr BC Roy and National Doctors’ Day. The unveiling took place in front of Debanjan Chakrabarti, director of British Council, east and northeast India, and others.

The United Kingdom marked the 140th birth anniversary of Dr BC Roy and National Doctors’ Day by unveiling a commemorative plaque at the British Deputy High Commission on Ho Chi Minh Sarani on Friday. Nick Low, British deputy high commissioner to Kolkata, and Narayan Swaroop Nigam, secretary to the Department of Health & Family Welfare, Government of West Bengal, unveiled a commemorative plaque to mark the 140th birth anniversary of Dr BC Roy and National Doctors’ Day. The unveiling took place in front of Debanjan Chakrabarti, director of British Council, east and northeast India, and others.

Amit Datta/My Kolkata
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