The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US not to free female scientists
With time running out to save a British hostage in Iraq, US officials said today they were not about to free female Iraqi prisoners as demanded by an al Qaida ally whose group has already beheaded two Americans. ...  | Read.. 
Sindh seal on Pervez keeping uniform
An influential Pakistan provincial government today backed President Pervez Musharraf to stay on as army chief after he gave strong signals that he will break a promise to ta ...  | Read.. 
Culkin charged in Oklahoma
Oklahoma has charged Macaulay Culkin with illegal possession of marijuana and a controlled substance after the former child star was arrested during a traffic stop last week, ...  | Read.. 
Mexico churches silence cellphones
Some Mexican churches are using state-of-the-art technology developed by Israeli electronic warfare experts to silence cell phones that ring during mass, church officials sai ...  | Read.. 
Gloria Estefan performs during her 'Live and Re-Wrapped' farewell tour in New York. (Reuters)
Iranian beating deal
Reckless monkey mania
Indian peer slams Blair
Lord Navnit Dholakia, the most effective Indian peer in the House of Lords, turned his fire po..  | Read.. 
Bank of ethics opens doors
Britain today began an interesting experiment in financial services when the country's first Islami..  | Read.. 
Cat Stevens alias Yusuf Islam denied US entry
The former pop singer Cat Stevens, now known as Yusuf Islam ...  | Read.. 

Tribals flee homes
Thousands of Pakistanis have been forced to flee their home ...  | Read.. 

Putin envoy asks scribes to focus on bright side
Russia has more than enough problems and doesn't need forei ...  | Read.. 

Survivors forage after floods kill 700 in Haiti
Survivors of devastating floods in Haiti wandered through m ...  | Read.. 

Bush soft line to woo women
George W. Bush is poised to re-write American political ...  | Read..