The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bush aide in leak storm
The White House denied today that President George W. Bush’s top political adviser, Karl Rove, was behind a leak of secret information apparently aimed at discrediting a vocal critic of pre-war intelligence on Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
Marketers in US turnaround
The Direct Marketing Association said it will honour the US government’s “do-not-call” list even though it has been blocked by two feder ...  | Read.. 
Jakarta team for Pak
Pakistan today confirmed that a team from Jakarta will arrive here this week to assist in the investigation into the arrest of six Indonesian students in Karachi for susp ...  | Read.. 
Hindu tape twist
Pakistan dismissed today a threat against its president by al Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahri and said the war against “terrorism” would continue. ...  | Read.. 
French President Jacques Chirac kisses the hand of US First Lady Laura Bush on Monday at the Elysee palace in Paris. (AFP)
Death of a gritty genius and whistle-blower
Stage and film director Elia Kazan, who died in New York yesterday aged 94, made film classics O..  | Read.. 
Housework, not heels, lead to bad knees
Women who smoke, are overweight and do a lot of heavy housework such as scrubbing floors are at..  | Read.. 
Karachi teacher abducted
A teacher of English working at the Pakistan American Cultu ...  | Read.. 

Blair faces anti-war wrath at meet
British Prime Minister Tony Blair faced the wrath of anti-w ...  | Read..