The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US warning in Pak bombing
A suicide bomber with a warning to spies for America taped to his leg attacked a crowded restaurant today near the Afghan border, killing at least 26 people days after a relative of the Taliban’s slain commander was arrested there, officials said. ...  | Read.. 
New foetus test raises ethics fears
A new test dubbed “Pink or Blue” promises to tell parents the sex of their foetus just six weeks into pregnancy, but critics question its reliability and say it cou ...  | Read.. 
Tintin unites Spielberg, Jackson
Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson are to join forces to direct and produce a series of three films based on the beloved Belgian comic-strip hero Tintin, a report said. ...  | Read.. 
Cyclone sweeps into Bangladesh
A tidal surge triggered by a storm in the Bay of Bengal swept through coastal districts of Bangladesh and Myanmar today, killing at least one fisherman and damaging hundreds ...  | Read.. 
UK to flush out illegal workers
Britain today announced a series of measures to “flush out” illegal immigrants, including imposing heavy penalties on rogue employers. ...  | Read.. 
Actresses Brooke Shields and Kim Raver at an NBC event in New York. (Reuters)
India news rush
A California news website’s editor who hired two reporters in India to cover suburban Pasadena..  | Read.. 
US fights for Wolfowitz
The US fought for World Bank president Paul Wolfowitz to keep his job today, saying he had made mis..  | Read..