The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Blair digs in, but problems still remain
It is a sign of the power struggle at the heart of the government that Tony Blair’s advisers had no idea, until late on Thursday night, that Gordon Brown intended to take to the airwaves yesterday morning. ...  | Read.. 
Rice call
US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice called her close friend, outgoing British foreign secretary Jack Straw yesterday after he was dumped from his key post. ...  | Read.. 
Goss silent on resign reason
Porter Goss said today the reason for his abrupt resignation as CIA chief after less than two years on the job would remain a mystery, while the White House denied that Presi ...  | Read.. 
Police’s water offer ends Bangla protest
Troops in battle gear handed bucketfuls of drinking water today to quench the thirst of thousands of Bangladeshis staging a noisy protest over a shortage of electricity and w ...  | Read.. 
Osama haven
The US ambassador in charge of counter-terrorism today said that parts of Pakistan are a “safe haven” for militants and that Osama bin laden was more likely to be h ...  | Read.. 
Swiss embassy in Pak sex scandal
Switzerland has closed the visa section of its embassy in Pakistan after some employees were accused of sexual harassment, Swiss foreign minister Micheline Calmy-Rey said ...  | Read.. 
Blair: Beginning of the end'
Material saddle
Thief trail
Hero hunt
Pop prank
Stars team up against AIDS
Hollywood stars Ashley Judd and Salma Hayek joined the Nicaraguan government in a declaration to su..  | Read.. 
Lassie comes back home once again
Lassie has come home again. The collie of book, film, radio and TV fame, returns to the silver scree..  | Read.. 
Humbled Gyanendra prays
Nepal’s humbled King Gyanendra used his first public a ...  | Read.. 

UK liner safe after fire
A cruise ship which caught fire off the coast of southeast ...  | Read..