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On, off & all that
More roads and more potholes, more to see on the small screen and more to miss, more to munch on and more to crib aboutů Calcutta 2004 was a clutch of contraries ...  | Read.. 
 
Mayor's stick for litterbug shops
Mayor Subrata Mukherjee is determined to teach traders who litter the roads a lesson in civic sense....  | Read.. 
 
Debut by elite cop corps
The Special Action Force, a new commando unit to combat terrorist threats, is all set to be added to the city police force. ...  | Read.. 
 
Across border, to the rhythm of goodwill
A beautiful mask brings out the goodness in the person who wears it. Taking a cue from this interpretation of German playwrig...  | Read.. 
 
Season's swig-it-right strategies
The Christmas weekend is upon us (in case you hadn't noticed) and merry-making is the order of the day and night. As you say ...  | Read.. 
 
On, off & all that
Hello, it's Saturday, December 25, 2004
Party zones
Theatre
Exhibition
On stage
 
Timeout
Music for the soul
Adding music to the yearend festive spirit is the ...  | Read.. 
 
What We are Watching
CINEMA More.. 
 
 You share your birthday with...
A.B. Vajpayee Your simple nature and honesty draw others to you. A good ...Read.. 
Guest Column
Down the years, Calcutta has provided Mumbai film-makers with both literary inspiration and address...  | Read.. 
 
Yuletide cheer
From Bow Barracks to Park Street ' the city geared up for a rocking Christm...  | Read.. 
Music Zone: Strings attached
The founding members of Strings spoke on Calcutta, on making music, on cult...  | Read.. 
 
The City Diary More.. 
Train to Digha from Dec. 30
Governor at convocation
Park fountain
Fog delay
Conviction
Waiver scheme
Calcutta Column More.. 
Route diversion irks left-out passengers
Lunch package at school
Let in more letters
Traffic loopholes turn death traps
Medicine hunt on shop day-off
Screen On & Off
Who's that girl' Back in time