The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Harvard gets a woman chief
A celebrated historian yesterday became Harvard University’s first female president since it was founded in 1636, succeeding Lawrence Summers whose short tenure was dogged by controversial remarks about women and a faculty revolt. ...  | Read.. 
Afghan governor fears Taliban raid on dam
At least 700 Taliban fighters have crossed from Pakistan into Afghanistan to reinforce guerrillas attacking a key dam, a major source of electricity and irrigation, a provinc ...  | Read.. 
Barbers under threat
Barbers in a Pakistani tribal region have received Taliban-style warnings from religious zealots warning them against cutting or shaving beards, residents said today. ...  | Read.. 
NY fakes fund terror
A false door at the back of a cramped New York city store swings open to reveal a secret room lined with fake Prada, Gucci and Fendi bags and wallets. ...  | Read.. 
Madrid bar on 5 thin models
Five models were declared too thin for the catwalk at this week’s international designer show in Madrid, a doctor in charge of vetting them said yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
What Bollywood learnt from Bafta
Aamir Khan did go up on stage last night at the Bafta awards but, alas, it was to give out a prize, not to receive one for Rang De Basanti as best foreign film. ...  | Read.. 
Kylie Minogue at the British Academy Awards in London on Sunday. Kylie has urged fans not to harass her ex-boyfriend French actor Olivier Martinez, s ...  | Read
Dowdy Sharon
Deo alarm
Lohan good
Brazil sex
Regular naps good for heart
Regular naps are good for your heart, researchers said today...  | Read.. 
Pariah Chicks create a flutter
Country music outcasts The Dixie Chicks, who jeopardised their career by criticising President Geor..  | Read.. 
Maoist arms under UN lock
After waging an armed struggle for more than a decade, ...  | Read.. 

New Berry
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd today unveiled a ne ...  | Read..