The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pak lectures UK envoy on Rushdie
Pakistan summoned the British ambassador today and told him awarding a knighthood to author Salman Rushdie was insensitive and contrary to efforts to foster understanding between religions. ...  | Read.. 
Missile attack
A missile attack, probably launched by US forces in Afghanistan, killed at least 32 pro-Taliban militants in a Pakistani tribal region near the border today, Pakistani offici ...  | Read.. 
Atlantis undocks, heads home
Shuttle Atlantis started for home today, leaving the International Space Station with new solar power wings, a fresh crew member and a mystery over what knocked out th ...  | Read.. 
Bomber hits Iraq mosque
A suspected al Qaida bomber killed 78 people when he rammed a truck into a Shia mosque in Baghdad today, just hours after 10,000 US troops began an offensive against the Sunn ...  | Read.. 
Vatican rules to curb road rage
Thou shall not drive under the influence of alcohol. Thou shall respect speed limits. Thou shall not consider a car an object of personal glorification or use it as a place o ...  | Read.. 
Obama: Hillary India memo ‘dumb mistake’
Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama said his campaign made a “dumb mistake” when it circulated a memo criticising rival Hillary Rodham Clinton’s fin ...  | Read.. 
Director Sofia Coppola at the New York premiere of Broken English. (AP)
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iPhone battery gets boost before launch
It has been dubbed the most hotly-anticipated gadget ever launched. But days before the iPhone'..  | Read.. 
Third child for Julia
The Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts has given birth to her third child, a boy named Henry Danie..  | Read.. 
Protest over Nepal missing
About 200 people barricaded Prime Minister Girija Prasad Ko ...  | Read..