The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pak radicals accuse govt of Khalid sellout
Pakistan’s largest Islamic party today called suspected September 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed “a hero of Islam” and accused the government of a shameful sellout to America by arresting him at the weekend. ...  | Read.. 
Aide grills Charles on Burrell row
Britain’s Prince Charles was quizzed by one of his own servants yesterday as part of a probe into the collapse of royal butler Paul Burrell’s theft trial and allegations of f ...  | Read.. 
Lanka pardon for deserters
Sri Lanka will offer amnesty to about 51,000 deserters who fled army ranks during a 19-year ethnic war with Tamil Tiger rebels, an official said today. ...  | Read.. 
Fiction writer turns to al Qaida facts
For thriller writer Gerald Seymour, writing about al Qaida offers the ultimate challenge. ...  | Read.. 
A Sunni activist chants anti-US slogans at a rally in Karachi. (AFP)
Spirit of an idol
Jumbo plan
Coded wine
Pizza blues
North Korea tension flares
An angry Washington hit out at North Korea for intercepting a US spy plane at the weekend, a close ..  | Read.. 
Jackson practised voodoo on Spielberg
Embattled pop star Michael Jackson wears a prosthetic nose and once paid $150,000 for a “voodoo curs..  | Read.. 
American among 18 killed in Filipino blast
A bomb ripped through a crowd at an airport in the strife-t ...  | Read.. 

US sends more troops to Gulf
The US ordered 60,000 more troops to the Gulf, despite sign ...  | Read.. 

Bright side to black cats
Black cats, once considered unlucky, may have provided a lu ...  | Read.. 

Despite torture, al Qaida kingpin could stay silent
The operations chief of al Qaida may be pummelled with soun ...  | Read..