A bit of history came back to life in Kolkata on Tuesday with the reopening of the 173-year-old Great Eastern Hotel in a new avatar. Mahatma Gandhi had apparently stayed here, and so had Mark Twain and Rudyard Kipling. In 1975, the government took it over but couldn't run it successfully. The Lalit Suri group took it over in 2005 and it is now back in business.
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