The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bangla army new ball game
There are no prizes for guessing who is ruling Bangladesh. But the country’s army, that has a chequered history of staging coups and imposing martial laws, is into a different ball game this time. ...  | Read.. 
Electing Sarkozy risky: Royal
Socialist opponent Segolene Royal said today that France risks violence and brutality if her opponent Right-winger Nicolas Sarkozy wins Sunday’s presidential election. ...  | Read.. 
8-year ultimatum to save the planet
Delegates approved the world’s first roadmap for stemming mounting greenhouse gas emissions today, laying out an arsenal of anti-warming measures that must be rushed int ...  | Read.. 
Pak judge sparks fear
Pakistan’s suspended top judge will travel to Lahore by road tomorrow, undeterred by government warnings of bomb threats in the country, to rally support for his legal b ...  | Read.. 
Iran-US meet
Senior US and Iranian officials met at a crucial international conference on Iraq today but mediators failed to arrange a meeting at a higher level between the two old foes. ...  | Read.. 
Soldiers on guard at a railway station in Dhaka
Brazil to break Merck AIDS patent, favour India
President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva signed a decree today authorising Brazil to break the patent on..  | Read.. 
Labour losses
Prime Minister Tony Blair bequeathed his successor a tough task in reviving support for the ruling ..  | Read..