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Roadmap to rapid growth
Target: 15 per cent of the country’s export earnings in information technology (IT) and 20 per cent of the IT-enabled services (ITES) pie by 2010....  | Read.. 
 
Informer had insider aid
Ali Bhai, alleged Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agent arrested from an eatery in Bowbazar on Thursday, had “probably managed to penetrate some ...  | Read.. 
 
Green board bans tree-axing after replant order flout
Casuarinas kissing cedars, deodars standing tall beside gulmohurs — if roadside greenery seems a thing ...  | Read.. 
 
Wards for SC, women
Of the 141 civic seats in the city, 52 have been reserved for women and Scheduled Caste (SC) candidates...  | Read.. 
 
Subhas breaks silence to cry foul
After keeping a safe distance from Avtar Singh since his arrest on August 15, transport minister Subhas Chakraborty finally r...  | Read.. 
 
Rating agency for tech institutes
Quantity is one thing, quality quite another. Taking this line a significant step forward, the industry-academia platform on ...  | Read.. 
 
Love lost is a life lost
Spurned suitor killed in scuffle after stabbing girl

A desperate act of a teenager thwarted in love led to his own death and a narrow escape for the object of his affection. ...  | Read.. 
 
The king of Calcutta couture met a prince (a real one, too) from Jodhpur on Friday. The inauguration of CIMA Design, a lifestyle product boutique at F ...  | Read
Hello, it's Saturday, August 28, 2004
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Actions speak louder than words
An oft-repeated cliché, an artistic production wit...  | Read.. 
 
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 You share your birthday with...
Shania Twain Your generosity is the key to your popularity. You make a loyal friend ...Read.. 
Eye On Calcutta
It takes a pinch of gossip and a dash of truth to get our creative juices flowing. So what if the ch...  | Read.. 
 
House full halts Tolly trundle
Too many films, too few halls. A problem of plenty is back to haunt city cinemas...  | Read.. 

Mayor eyes flyover twins
The civic body is exploring the possibility of constructing two more flyove...  | Read.. 

What We are Watching
Master chef Sanjeev Kapoor rustles up a wide range of easy-to-do lip-...  | Read.. 

Student, anchor in suicide quartet
A Class VIII student and the female anchor of a television show were among ...  | Read.. 

‘Sujoy’ still scot-free
The hunt for Sujoy, prime suspect in the Maidan murder case, has drawn a bl...  | Read.. 

Shop blaze kills duo
A father and his son were burnt to death in their paint shop in Radhanath C...  | Read.. 

With hope as partner, one step at a time
Thousands are left limbless in our country every year. Only five per cent o...  | Read.. 

City sizzles in bomb blitz
Whoever thinks Calcutta is conservative should have been at Tantra on Frida...  | Read.. 
Thai litchi in breakfast buffet
The fruit basket on your breakfast table could soon be having lesser apples...  | Read.. 
Designs on the bride
Marriages may indeed be made in heaven, but that doesn’t make the process o...  | Read.. 
Couture czars at new haute spot
Today, he designs clothes. Ten years from now, he could be looking at traff...  | Read.. 
 
The City Diary More.. 
Police help desks from Sept. 6
PM to open library twin
Firpos revival
Dog menace
AC Market dark
Varsity museum
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Restless lot raises ruckus at red light
Short cuts deplete exchequer
Camps gain over gully cricket
A decade of neglect
Practise what you preach
Screen On & Off
Tailing the tiger tale
Zip zap and dhoom
Kayoed by the Kumars
Say cheese
A new species