The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Nepal anger smoulders
Protests against the killing of 12 Nepalis by Iraqi militants spread to western Nepal, forcing the authorities to impose curfew in Butawal as the Himalayan kingdom observed a day of national mourning for the slain hostages. ...  | Read.. 
Deuba vows security for Indian firms
Nepal today said it was ready to provide police or army protection to companies operating in the country, including those from India. ...  | Read.. 
Cheney in stinging assault on Kerry
Vice-president Dick Cheney led the Republican convention’s most stinging assault on Democrat John Kerry yesterday, depicting him as a weak and indecisive leader who was unfit ...  | Read.. 
Ex-cops hanged for Bangla rape
Two former policemen convicted of the rape and killing of a teenager were executed by hanging in a north Bangladesh jail early today. ...  | Read.. 
Dances with dogs: Mexican singer Paulina Rubio performs with dogs at the 5th Annual Latin Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. (AFP)
Putin to suffer less if siege ends badly
Painful as President Vladimir Putin’s dilemma may be in resolving Russia’s latest hostage crisis, b..  | Read.. 
Scarf takes backseat in crisis-hit France
Twelve million French pupils returned to school today with few Muslim girls wearing the traditional..  | Read.. 
No big changes in Aziz team
Pakistan announced a new cabinet line-up today with no majo ...  | Read.. 

Court frees Anwar
Malaysia’s highest court freed rebel politician Anwar Ibrah ...  | Read..