The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Police charge on huge Nepal protest march
Nepali police beat pro-democracy activists with rattan canes and fired teargas today to break up the largest anti-king protest in the capital since a campaign was launched 10 days ago. ...  | Read.. 
UK writer Spark dead
Ascerbic Scottish-born novelist Muriel Spark, best known for her book The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, has died in Italy at the age of 88 and was buried in Tuscany today ...  | Read.. 
Rumsfeld play a big success
A play that skewers US defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld as arrogant and war-mad has opened to a largely favourable welcome in New York this week, even as former generals tur ...  | Read.. 
Tigers quit talks, blasts kill seven
The Tamil Tigers said today they were pulling out of peace talks with the Sri Lankan government as two blasts killed seven servicemen, fuelling fears of renewed civil war on ...  | Read.. 
Danube hits highest level
The Danube rose to its highest level in more than a century today, but the breaching of a dam in Romania eased pressure on towns and villages struggling to hold back the floo ...  | Read.. 
Two piglets swim in the third Pig Olympic Games in Moscow on Saturday. Hundreds of Russians cheered 12 piglets who competed in three events: pig-raci ...  | Read
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Sikh in Pak army cadetsí parade
The Sikh turban of Hercharn Singh, the first Pakistani Sikh who will be commissioned in the army in..  | Read.. 
Model to Rowling: Donít call us dumb
Modelling may not be brain surgery, as J. K. Rowling pointed out last week when she pilloried ď..  | Read..