The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pak court frees Masood from house arrest
A Pakistani court freed a top leader of a banned Kashmiri militant group from house arrest today and India said that was proof Pakistan continued to support terrorism. ...  | Read.. 
Iraq Opp. meet in UK
Opponents of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein met in London today to map out a future for the country and call for a federal, tolerant Iraq in the event Saddam is ousted from p ...  | Read.. 
Rocca urges Maoists to start peace talks
A senior US official today urged Maoist rebels, attempting to overthrow Nepal’s constitutional monarchy, to stop fighting and start peace talks to end the conflict that has k ...  | Read.. 
Norway luxury car ship sinks
A Norwegian-registered ship carrying hundreds of luxury cars sank in the North Sea today after a collision with a container ship in thick fog. ...  | Read.. 
Richard Gere and Catherine Zeta-Jones at the New York screening of Chicago on Friday. (AP/PTI)
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Cheriegate fraudster to spill beans
Peter Foster, the convicted conman at the centre of the “Cheriegate” affair, promised last nigh..  | Read.. 
Die Another Day irks N. Koreans
James Bond was tortured by North Korea agents in his latest film, Die Another Day, and now h..  | Read.. 
EU to admit 10 new members
The European Union has thrown open its doors to 10 mostly f ...  | Read..