The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bangla bleeds on handover-eve
Violent clashes between the supporters of outgoing Prime Minister Khaleda Zia and Opposition activists today left two people dead and another 100 injured, TV reports said. ...  | Read.. 
Liz rejects marriage rumours
Actress Elizabeth Taylor yesterday denied media reports that she was planning to marry for the 9th time. ...  | Read.. 
US gains hour
Most Americans will get a chance at an extra hour of sleep this weekend, as the clocks fall back to standard time. ...  | Read.. 
Terror threat to oil facility, say Saudis
Coalition naval forces in the Gulf have been deployed to counter a possible threat to Saudi Arabia’s Ras Tanura terminal, the world’s biggest offshore oil facility, ...  | Read.. 
Judge bribes
Several former judges in east China were tried this week for taking bribes, state media reported today, in the midst of a nationwide crackdown on corruption that is highlight ...  | Read.. 
An airport officer shows bottles and tubes inside a transparent plastic bag at Nice airport in France on Friday. From November 6, 2006, new security ...  | Read
Fried Coke
Cow power
Cheney says ‘dunk in water’ torture useful
Vice-president Dick Cheney was not talking about simulated drowning when he agreed this week that a..  | Read.. 
Australia cleric refuses to resign
Australia’s top Muslim cleric, suspended from preaching after describing women who do not dre..  | Read..