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Right texts key to JEE success
A shining star in Madhyamik 2003, fading out in Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) 2005 ' Soumyajit De, who topped the Class X exams two years ago, is now picking up the pieces of his competitive exam dreams....  | Read.. 
 
Bypass body still a mystery
Two days after her body was recovered from the marshy stretch off the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass, the identity of the murder...  | Read.. 
 
High court seal on vehicle phase-out
Calcutta High Court on Wednesday put a seal of approval on the state government's decision to make it mandatory for commercia...  | Read.. 
 
Post-Puja flag-off for four key projects
The Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee government has kicked off four major infrastructure projects in and around the city....  | Read.. 
 
Dupe slur on IT firm
Malyaban Gupta thought his life had changed when he got in touch with Buddhadeb Gupta and Sanjeev Shah of Future Technology F...  | Read.. 
 
Book meet minus library
Since 2001, the Centre has not sent a representative to the World Library and Information Congress. This year, too, India wi...  | Read.. 
 
Tie a Tendulkar on my wrist
Cricket & cartoon, toys & tech rule the rakhi racks

A tiny figure, all padded up, bat in hand. Mini mobile phones with beeping lights in blue and gold. Friendly neighbour Spider ...  | Read.. 
 
Models display creations by Calcutta's star designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee at a promotional show of his latest festive collection at a city fashion sto ...  | Read
Hello, it's Thursday, August 18, 2005
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Timeout
Melodies of a bygone era
Music has the power to touch our hearts and transp...  | Read.. 
 
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 You share your birthday with...
Gulzar You are a person of substance, with the strength to sustain it. You are passionate, ...Read.. 
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  Candid cop
 
Cancer care in a shambles
Critically-ill cancer patients visiting SSKM Hospital for immediate radioth...  | Read.. 

Bodies in a parked truck
A truck driver and his help were found murdered in their vehicle, parked on...  | Read.. 

ID cards, set zones for hawkers
Under pressure from the Centre, via the state government, the civic authori...  | Read.. 

Traders knock on cop door
Alarmed at the spurt in abductions of traders, garment merchants of the Met...  | Read.. 

An artist celebrates lights and colours
The warm radiance of backlit panels large and small, and an array of tiffan...  | Read.. 

Doubts over motive in boy murder
Eleven-year-old Saddam Mollah disappeared from his neighbourhood, Purba Par...  | Read.. 

'For a dad, son comes first'
It's been more than 15 years since you produced Hum. Where were ...  | Read.. 

Picture perfect plan: Walls for photographs
If paintings can find pride of place on walls of drawing rooms, why should ...  | Read.. 

Rolling out a retail rack rejig
Take One: An all-new silver fa'ade, special ‘rigatino’ fixture...  | Read.. 
Festive fare in solo saga
It was the first solo showcasing in Calcutta by the city’s star stylis...  | Read.. 
Music zone: Still singing a soulful song
It’s his silver jubilee year in the world of music and Pankaj Udhas is...  | Read.. 
Top cop in tune
He sits at the desk of the Regional Passport Officer. But M.K. Singh’s...  | Read.. 
Social Register: Foreign flavours
Sitting at home and savouring homemade Italian cuisine was never so easy. L...  | Read.. 
Feng Shui: Water wonders bring in wealthy ways
Q: We want to extend the northern portion of our ancestral house ...  | Read.. 
 
The City Diary More.. 
Kidnap foiled at Metro station
Child injured in explosion
Workshop fire
Hospital theft
Road mishaps
Brake failure
Screen On & Off
Our lives, my film
Ready to hit top gear
Evil edge
Paint your princess
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