The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Indian firm helped Iraq missile plan: Blair
Any Indian effort to play a proactive role in the growing crisis over America’s threatened invasion of Iraq may be stymied by British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s allegation today that Iraq has managed to rebuild much of its missile production infras tructure with the help of Indian companies. ...  | Read.. 
Israel assault on Gaza kills nine
The Israeli army killed nine Palestinians today in one of its biggest raids in the Gaza Strip and faced international isolation over its siege of Yasser Arafat’s base after t ...  | Read.. 
US, Pak defence officials meet
US and Pakistani defence officials gathered in Islamabad today to discuss boosting cooperation between the two countries and restoring formal ties suspended since Pakistan’s ...  | Read.. 
Lanka Muslims to ease Tamil rift
Sri Lanka’s top Muslim minister said today he would meet the head of the Tamil Tiger rebels to redress ethnic cleansing problems that had split the two communities and oversh ...  | Read.. 
US actress Reese Witherspoon at the premiere of Sweet Home Alabama in New York on Monday. (AFP)
New HK law threat to rights
Hong Kong unveiled today a planned anti-subversion law that rights groups fear could pose the most ..  | Read.. 
Russian cop loses the Universe
Miss Universe pageant officials have “fired” the reigning Miss Universe, Russian cop Oxana Fedorova..  | Read.. 
Khatami challenges hardliners
Iran’s President Mohammad Khatami presented a Bill to parli ...  | Read.. 

Congress puts war tab at $200 bn
A US attack on Iraq could cost as much as $60 billion even ...  | Read..