The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Sleaze stench helps Indians in US race
The stench of sleaze, corruption and illicit sex, which has sent President George W. Bush and his Republican Party running for cover in next Tuesday’s US mid-term elections, may see as many as 10 Indian Americans coasting to victory in many local polls across America. ...  | Read.. 
Pastor admits sex link
Embattled evangelist Ted Haggard admitted yesterday to buying the drug methamphetamine and seeking a massage from a gay male prostitute but denied he had sex with the man or ...  | Read.. 
Chelsea career
Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton has joined Avenue Capital Group, a $12 billion hedge fund manager whose founder has contributed to many Democratic Party campaigns, a pe ...  | Read.. 
Police foil march by Moscow radicals
Heavily armed riot police foiled attempts by Russian nationalists to hold a banned march in Moscow today, making scores of arrests. ...  | Read.. 
Strong and sensitive, a Bond that bleeds
For decades, the debate among 007 fans has been who is the best Bond — Sean Connery or Roger Moore. ...  | Read.. 
Iraq alert ahead of verdict
Iraqi security forces were on alert and a curfew was expected to keep Baghdad locked down tomorrow when Saddam Hussein hears the verdict in his trial for crimes against human ...  | Read.. 
Cuban-American singer Gloria Estefan with her dog Noelle in Miami. Gloria’s second children’s book, El Tesoro De Noelle: Una Nueva Magica y Mister ...  | Read
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Paul to keep certain dignity
Paul McCartney says he wants to maintain a “certain dignity” over his divorce from Heathe..  | Read.. 
Kate’s Titanic tragedy
The release of the blockbuster that made her a household name, Titanic, should have been a h..  | Read..