The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pro-Pervez party nominee elected speaker
A candidate from the Pakistan Muslim League was elected speaker of the National Assembly today, indicating the pro-military party had a strong chance of forming the first civilian government since a military coup in 1999. ...  | Read.. 
Iran hawks rally against students
Some 3,000 members of an Iranian hardline militia demonstrated today against pro-reform students who have staged strikes and sit-ins for more than a week for freedom of speec ...  | Read.. 
Inspectors start work amid Iraqi pessimism
UN inspectors got down to work in Iraq after a four-year break today, talking to Iraqi officials and dusting out their old offices as they prepared to vet hundreds of potenti ...  | Read.. 
For 007 quartet, it was time to Bond
For a suave quartet of OO7s it was the perfect chance to Bond — a sparkling premiere marking the 40th anniversary of the world’s most famous spy. ...  | Read.. 
Dr Amir Aziz with his mother after being released from detention in Lahore on Tuesday. (Reuters)
Potter record
Cancan cut
Sick swing
Bond upstairs, Bonds downstairs
The activities of the secret intelligence service are never usually acknowledged by Her Majesty..  | Read.. 
Tanker sinks, raises worst oil spill spectre
A tanker laden with 70,000 tonnes of fuel oil split and sank off northwest Spain today, triggering ..  | Read.. 
Detained doctor released
A prominent Pakistani doctor released early today after al ...  | Read.. 

Magnificent Coburn dies of heart attack
Oscar-winning actor James Coburn, famed for his action role ...  | Read.. 

Slow climb for America’s corporate women
Women are climbing the corporate ladder rung by rung, but t ...  | Read..