The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Roar of anger drowns gunfire in Yangon
Seething crowds of Buddhist monks and civilians filled the streets of Myanmar’s main city today, defying warning shots, tear gas and baton charges meant to quell the biggest anti-junta protests in 20 years. ...  | Read.. 
After US sanctions, India wakes up
For a full month, as Myanmar’s monks participated in a peaceful pro-democracy movement against the military junta which climaxed in an army crackdown today, India kept v ...  | Read.. 
Lawyers vow protest as Pervez files papers
Lawyers vowed to defy a ban on public gatherings and stage a “historic” protest when President Pervez Musharraf files nomination papers tomorrow to formalise his di ...  | Read.. 
Nepal republic
Nepal’s biggest political party today endorsed a plan to declare the Himalayan kingdom a republic ahead of elections this year, party officials said, virtually sealing t ...  | Read.. 
JLo in tears at NY school
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony paid an emotional visit yesterday to an elementary school in the Bronx, just blocks from where the actress and singer who starred in Selena ...  | Read.. 
Monks sit on the road in protest after they were prevented from proceeding to the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar, on Wednesday. (Reuters)