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No ferry service to Thiruvalluvar statue for 6 months

Press Trust of India  |  Kanyakumari(TN) 

The ferry service to Thiruvalluvar statue, one of the major tourists attractions off this coast, would be suspended for six months, from today, owing to maintenance work.

Officials said the 133-ft tall stone sculpture of the Tamil poet would require scaffolding for 140 feet during the work, which would be inaugurated by Tourism Development Corporation Manager Jackson Williams and Assistant Executive Engineer, Paul Jeba Gnanadoss.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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No ferry service to Thiruvalluvar statue for 6 months

The ferry service to Thiruvalluvar statue, one of the major tourists attractions off this coast, would be suspended for six months, from today, owing to maintenance work. Officials said the 133-ft tall stone sculpture of the Tamil poet would require scaffolding for 140 feet during the work, which would be inaugurated by Tourism Development Corporation Manager Jackson Williams and Assistant Executive Engineer, Paul Jeba Gnanadoss. The ferry service to Thiruvalluvar statue, one of the major tourists attractions off this coast, would be suspended for six months, from today, owing to maintenance work.

Officials said the 133-ft tall stone sculpture of the Tamil poet would require scaffolding for 140 feet during the work, which would be inaugurated by Tourism Development Corporation Manager Jackson Williams and Assistant Executive Engineer, Paul Jeba Gnanadoss.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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No ferry service to Thiruvalluvar statue for 6 months

The ferry service to Thiruvalluvar statue, one of the major tourists attractions off this coast, would be suspended for six months, from today, owing to maintenance work.

Officials said the 133-ft tall stone sculpture of the Tamil poet would require scaffolding for 140 feet during the work, which would be inaugurated by Tourism Development Corporation Manager Jackson Williams and Assistant Executive Engineer, Paul Jeba Gnanadoss.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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