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Array of appeals steers stay
The ripples from Writers’ Buildings did not take long to reach Alipore jail, as word of the presidential stay on the hanging of Dhananjoy Chatterjee got out on Thursday....  | Read.. 
Dropout duo clears school
Over three decades after dropping out of school, Joydeb Bain, 51, on Thursday managed to clear his Madhyamik exam. ...  | Read.. 
Kin cheer, hangman sulks
Kuridi, a hamlet in Bankura, and KP Roy Lane, a slip road off the Tollygunge thoroughfare, were bound by a death-and-life dra...  | Read.. 
Mega success with microwaves
Making waves with microwaves. Sujoy Mukherjee has set out to do just that. The 22-year-old is on a flight to the UK to partic...  | Read.. 
Record number hits math magic mark
A ‘Ramanujan effect’ seems to have swept Madhyamik 2004, with 221 students from the city and its neighbourhood scoring a perf ...  | Read.. 
STAY-ING ALIVE: A crowd gathers outside Alipore jail on Thursday after word got around that Friday’s hanging had been put off by a presidential order. (Right) A TV grab of Dhananjoy Chatterjee’s mother at her Chhatna home, in Bankura district. Pictures by Amit Datta
Hello, it's Friday, June 25, 2004
Roads to avoid
Book fare
Orissa beat
For homes
CINEMA More.. 
 You share your birthday with...
Karisma Kapoor You’re a loner, but with a pleasant nature. You’d prefer not to seek help from others. Your indiv ...Read.. 
Guest Column
Naseeruddin Shah puts a slice of life under the spotlight and Konkona Sen Sharma pens ...  | Read.. 
Seat shortage shade on glee
The mood in some of Calcutta’s better-known schools was upbeat on Thursday,...  | Read.. 

Wedding wows
Marriages may be made in heaven, but the bridal outfits and accessories th...  | Read.. 
The City Diary More.. 
Teacher abducted to recover dues
Biman Bose case in court
Writ withdrawn
Held for Delhi heist
Passenger demand
Rail blockade
Calcutta Column More.. 
Perennial problem of errant autos
Bus link plea