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Three cheers for ’04
The last day of the year was split into two — planning for the party and then partying well into 2004. From food to films, SMS greetings to gulping down gallons, hanging out at the funspots to crash-landing on clubs, all Calcuttans wanted on Decem...  | Read.. 
Republic Day debut for car smart cards
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s government is making a smart move. It has finalised plans to introduce a card for motor-car owners...  | Read.. 
Buddha prod opens purse for stadium
The closed gates of Netaji Indoor Stadium are to reopen on Thursday after chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s interventi...  | Read.. 
Rice ready in three minutes
After ‘2-minute noodles’, it’s time for ‘3-minute bhaat’....  | Read.. 
Commoner’s wish list in the great resurgence dream
What does one wish for a city that is ‘impossible to describe’ and was given up as a ‘bad joke’ ' Memories of that dig, ‘the ...  | Read.. 
Revellers thronged Park Street on the last night of 2003, and well into the first morning of the New Year.
Hello, it's Thursday, January 01, 2004
Roads to avoid
Art watch
Kathak Yatra
Connoisseurs of dance are well acquainted with the...  | Read.. 
CINEMA More.. 
 You share your birthday with...
Sonali BendreThis will be a year of success. You will make major moves and changes, and ev ...Read.. 
Brave & bright, a city’s pride
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The City Diary More.. 
Three industrial parks for Howrah
CM to launch aids drug
Undertrial dies
Armed goons held
Sweeper helmets
CU black day
If you think your city is changing, you’re right
If you think Calcutta has changed for the better over the past year, you’re not in....  | Read.. 
Through the looking glass: Calcutta 2004
One year is history and another is upon us. How much will history repeat itself' Will....  | Read.. 
2004 Newsmakers
KOEL MULLICK: This IIIrd-year psychology student of Gokhale Memorial College has her....  | Read..