The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Schroeder, Bush bury hatchet
US President George W. Bush and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder laid to rest their dispute over the Iraq war today but the US quest for foreign troops to share the burden of occupation remained elusive. ...  | Read.. 
Chinese publisher alters Hillarybook
Senator Hillary Clinton’s publisher today demanded the recall of the Chinese language printing of the senator’s autobiography, calling it an inaccurate version which omits se ...  | Read.. 
The Boss beats the Beatles
Bruce Springsteen is indeed the boss, beating the Beatles and all others for making the most popular album of all time, according to Zagat Survey’s Music Guide, which ...  | Read.. 
US airman charged with spying at al Qaida camp
An air force enlisted man has been charged with spying and aiding the enemy while working as an Arabic translator at the US base in Cuba where hundreds of suspected al Qaida ...  | Read.. 
Top model Naomi Campbell during British designer Katharine Hamnett’s Spring/Summer collection in London on Wednesday. (AFP)
Microsoft closes chat rooms
Microsoft Corp today said it was shutting down its Internet chat rooms in 28 countries, saying the ..  | Read.. 
German court rules in favour of headscarf
Germany’s top court said today that a Muslim woman teacher can wear a traditional headscarf in scho..  | Read.. 
US troops detain AP lensman
US soldiers detained an Associated Press photographer and d ...  | Read.. 

Taliban chiefs meet ‘delighted’ Omar
Taliban commanders secretly met elusive leader Mullah Moham ...  | Read.. 

Pervez rings old alarm
Raking up the Kashmir issue once again in the UN and descri ...  | Read..