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Since 1st March, 1999
Quote of The Day
Legal stick for phone dues
Beware the lawman’s knock on the door if your telephone bill remains unpaid....  | Read.. 
Doctors parry state prod
A day after the chief minister urged the Indian Medical Association (IMA), the largest body of doctors in India, to help the ...  | Read.. 
Alive, the flames of tradition
Five Parsis died in Calcutta last week. Such a mortality rate is quite high for a once-sizeable and thriving community that i...  | Read.. 
All hail, Calcutta cabs turn true blue
Round-the-clock and no-refusal, tamper-proof meters and printed receipts
Cool blue no-refusal cabs, with air conditioners, global positioning satellite systems to keep track of the taxis and two-way ...  | Read.. 
Small screen, big trouble
Hello, it's Monday, January 26, 2004
Republic Day parade
A slice of India
Calcuttans can now savour the flavours of rural In...  | Read.. 
 You share your birthday with...
Paul NewmanA very positive year ahead, signifying a hectic social life. Some of the engage ...Read.. 
Hard Talk
  Tale of landgrab & cofferfill
  Cash crunch grounds high road
Trade showcase down south
Destination industry is the new buzzword on the southern fringes of the cit...  | Read.. 

Learn ’n’ play ploy is toy park tour de force
The idea of all work wouldn’t really work. So, “some play and some work” wi...  | Read.. 

Inter-state car-lifters arrested
The detective department busted an inter-state car theft racket and arreste...  | Read.. 

Social Register: Different strokes
A better venue one couldn’t have asked for. But for once, the magnificent f...  | Read.. 
Survival Kit
You can’t get through this week without......  | Read.. 
The City Diary More.. 
Heritage, rail tickets at Book Fair stall
Householder tied up, looted
Bypass mishap
Arms haul
Thumbs Up
Calcutta Column More.. 
Culture hub backyard needs a vat
Safer caged