The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Jiang gives away no clues on quit factor
When Communist Party chief Jiang Zemin laid out China’s economic and political reform agenda today, he gave little clue as to the real question on the minds of China watchers — will he quit' ...  | Read.. 
Hic, hic, your oops monitor just crashed
Just two glasses of wine can cloud a person’s judgement so much that he does not even realise he is making errors, Dutch researchers have reported. ...  | Read.. 
Zardari shifted to Karachi
Asif Ali Zardari, the jailed husband of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto has been taken to Karachi to visit his sick mother. ...  | Read.. 
Butler unfurls flag politics
To the royals’ discomfort and the public’s titillation, Britain’s most famous servant kept up today his juicy tales of life as Princess Diana's butler. ...  | Read.. 
A band plays the national anthem at the start of the 16th Communist Party Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Friday. (Reuters)
Parking woes
Jesus box
Court bar on doctor’s extradition
A Pakistani court ordered the military government today not to extradite a prominent doctor detaine..  | Read.. 
Pak hawks’ demand stalls coalition drive
Pakistan’s main pro-military party and the religious Right remained divided during coalition talks ..  | Read.. 
A political ghost called Zhao
An 83-year-old man with a receding silver hairline lives in ...  | Read.. 

Shoppers pick Manhattan
As far as the world’s richest shoppers are concerned, they’ ...  | Read.. 

UN gives Iraq last chance
The United Nations unanimously approved a tough US-sponsore ...  | Read..