The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Guilty Enron boss faces 185 yrs in jail
Former Enron Corp. chief executives Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling were found guilty today of lying about their companyís troubled finances in one of the biggest US business scandals and could face years in prison. ...  | Read.. 
33 face flu quarantine
Health experts have asked 33 people in a remote Indonesian village to quarantine themselves at home after the H5N1 bird flu virus killed as many as seven members of a family ...  | Read.. 
Labour revolt hits Blair again
Labour MPs delivered a fresh blow to Tony Blairís authority last night when they staged the largest rebellion against the third reading of a government bill since Labour ...  | Read.. 
Pak to buy Awacs aircraft in $1-bn deal
Pakistan plans to buy six airborne warning and control system (Awacs) aircraft from Sweden in a $1 billion deal. ...  | Read.. 
Former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling reacts after the verdict was announced in Houston, Texas, on Thursday. (Reuters)
Bin loss bother
Nepal frees Maoists
The Nepal government today began preparing the ground for talks with the Maoist rebels by relea..  | Read.. 
Chocolate brain boost
Chocolate lovers rejoice. A new study hints that eating milk chocolate may boost brain function...  | Read..