The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Horror in House for Pervez
“Military coups in Pakistan are like a pre-programmed monster. They unfold in predictable ways,” declared a Pakistani political observer. And most Pakistanis agree that up to now, things have moved according to script. ...  | Read.. 
Stop aiding US, hawk tells Pak
The head of Pakistan’s largest Islamic party today demanded that President Pervez Musharraf stop helping Washington hunt down al Qaida members blamed for the September 11 att ...  | Read.. 
Palestine bombing rips apart Israel bus
A suspected Palestinian bombing tore apart an Israeli bus in the port city of Haifa today, killing at least eight people and wounding dozens, Israeli police and emergency se ...  | Read.. 
Zhu sees threat from growing resentment
Premier Zhu Rongji, in his swansong to a parliament finalising a leadership transition, today said discontent among jobless workers and struggling farmers could threaten Chin ...  | Read.. 
Russian soldier Marina Fedortsova takes aim during the shooting competition of the Miss Epaulettes 2003 beauty contest near Moscow on Wednesday. The ...  | Read
Crowe to marry in Fiji
Anti-war trio to block US decree
France, Germany and Russia teamed up today to block a US-British draft resolution for a war to disa..  | Read.. 
Aguilera, Versace light up Milan
Donatella Versace brought down the curtain on Milan’s fashion week yesterday with clingy miniskirts..  | Read..