The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
PM asks Maoists to spare business
Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala has asked Maoist chief Prachanda to allow industrial units, including an Indian joint venture, in southern Nepal to run smoothly after rebel threats and extortion drives forced their closure. ...  | Read.. 
Kuwait dissolves parliament
Kuwait’s emir dissolved the parliament today, a week after lawmakers and the government clashed over an election reform law, and called for elections next month. ...  | Read.. 
Hike ticks on foreign students
International students in Australia will lose heavy discounts on train and bus fares if a new legislation is passed that seeks to overturn a ruling granting cuts in travel ex ...  | Read.. 
Long slog stares at Britons
Britain confirmed on Sunday that its standard retirement age will have to rise as it struggles to meet a huge pension deficit but said the increase from the current age of 65 ...  | Read.. 
No DIY Prince this : ...  | Read
Religion vs porn
Elton’s expletive essay
Box office blesses Code
All the protests and all the bad reviews could not prevent The Da Vinci Code from recording ..  | Read.. 
Bomb baptism for Iraq govt
Iraq’s Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki vowed to use “maximum force against terrorism” ..  | Read..