The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
41 killed as blast rips apart Russia commuter train
A suspected suicide bombing devastated a commuter train near Russia’s rebel Chechnya region today, killing 41 people in an attack President Vladimir Putin said was intended to disrupt weekend elections. ...  | Read.. 
Wind saved Wright flight
A re-creation of the first powered flight by Wilbur and Orville Wright a century ago has concluded that they came perilously close to failure. ...  | Read.. 
Pak re-entry on hold
As anticipated, Pakistan’s return to the Commonwealth’s councils may have to wait till the country’s parliament resolves the issue of the legal framework orders passed by Pre ...  | Read.. 
Bush faces steel backlash
Japan, China and Europe dropped threats of trade retaliation after President George W. Bush scrapped controversial steel tariffs more than a year ahead of schedule, risking a ...  | Read.. 
Gwyneth Paltrow waves to fans during The Tonight Show with Jay Leno at the NBC studios in Burbank, California. Paltrow and her rocker boyfrien ...  | Read
India keen to avert split on Zimbabwe
India is keen to play a major role in preventing a division in the Commonwealth over the issue ..  | Read.. 
Good time to be Samurai Cruise
It’s good being Tom Cruise right now as his new movie, Oscar hopeful The Last Samurai, readi..  | Read.. 
Chechen shadow looms on election-eve
Chechnya cast its shadow over Russia’s impending elections ...  | Read.. 

Pak fines Indian consulate ‘purchaser’
A Pakistan high court today dismissed as “frivolous” a peti ...  | Read..