The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Train to Dhaka, after 15-year wait
What Dhaka’s political parties — Khaleda Zia’s BNP and Sheikh Hasina’s Awami League — could not do for the last 15 years, the army-backed caretaker government of Fakhruddin Ahmed delivered to the people of both India and Bangladesh today. ...  | Read.. 
Cars will be safer, minus the driver
Driverless cars that can predict the actions of other vehicles and negotiate busy city centre traffic will be commonplace by 2030. ...  | Read.. 
Arrest in UK letter bomb case
British police arrested a man today in connection with a series of letter bombs in the last two months and said they could not rule out the possibility that another similar d ...  | Read.. 
Climate change alarm
The world’s largest general scientific society yesterday joined the concern over global climate change, calling it a “growing threat to society”. ...  | Read.. 
Anna axe on Bahamas minister
Immigration minister Shane Gibson resigned in a flap over his relationship with Anna Nicole Smith. ...  | Read.. 
Fiennes sack for Aussie air hostess
Australia’s national airline today said it had sacked an air hostess for having mile-high sex with Hollywood heartthrob Ralph Fiennes in a business-class toilet. ...  | Read.. 
Singers Beyonce Knowles (left) and Kelly Rowland at a basketball game in Las Vegas on Sunday. (AP)
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House hunt for Posh & Becks
British soccer star David Beckham and his wife, Victoria, the former Spice Girl known as Posh, ..  | Read.. 
King owns up coup blame
Isolated King Gyanendra defended his short-lived grab for absolute power two years ago in a rare pu..  | Read..