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Rewind 2004: Relive the hottest and best news of the year gone by

10-January-2005
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Rewind 2004: Relive the hottest and best news of the year gone by

It was an eventful year by any yardstick. A new Government came to power, headed this time by the architect of Indian reforms, Dr Manmohan Singh, raising expectations of industry. The Indian economy was stronger than ever, and the consumer durables and FMCG sectors couldn't have expected a better market. The media never ceased to excite, what with new channels, programmes, and a mother of programming battles for the cricket telecast rights. Let's draw inspiration from the momentous events of 2004.

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