The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Wary Indian eye on Lanka legal coup
Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga’s political bombshell has caused concern in India, fearful as it is of the adverse impact the upheaval may have on the economic and political stability in the region. ...  | Read.. 
America urges rivals to patch up
The US yesterday voiced concern that Sri Lanka’s political tensions could harm the peace process with the Tamil Tiger rebels and it urged the island’s President and Prime Min ...  | Read.. 
Strongest market takes a knock
Sri Lankan stocks dived 13 per cent in their biggest ever fall today after the President suspended parliament, throwing doubts on a peace process with Tamil rebels that had s ...  | Read.. 
Pervez bags loan, not nuke plant
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf bagged a half-billion dollar loan from China and commitments to boost trade, but flew out today without an expected nuclear power plant c ...  | Read.. 
Al Pacino and Emma Thompson at the premiere of their HBO film, Angels In America, in New York on Tuesday. (Reuters)
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Digital beauties vie to displace Sophia Loren
The movie star Sophia Loren may have been the icon of 20th-century Italian beauty but times have ch..  | Read.. 
Criticism gives CBS cold feet on The Reagans
Irking both Democrats and Republicans, CBS on Tuesday dropped plans to air The Reagans and so..  | Read.. 
Pak plans law to monitor seminaries
Pakistan today said that it was set to launch a long-delaye ...  | Read.. 

Love knows no politics, ask Hu
Love is politically blind. ...  | Read.. 

Oilfield blow to Yukos
Russia’s government renewed its crackdown on Yukos today by ...  | Read.. 

Microsoft bounty on virus writers
Microsoft Corp. and security organisations are set to offer ...  | Read.. 

Bremer U-turn on force
In a reversal, Iraq’s US administrator, Paul Bremer, has de ...  | Read..