The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Red-faced Pentagon delays Iraq tenders
With the Bush administration’s decision to bar countries opposed to the war from bidding for US contracts in Iraq escalating into a trans-Atlantic trade dispute, the Pentagon last night delayed issuing tenders for reconstruction work worth $18.6 billion, which was due at the start of the week. ...  | Read.. 
Prime number feat
More than 200,000 computers spent years looking for the largest known prime number. It turned up on Michigan State University graduate student Michael Shafer’s personal compu ...  | Read.. 
Bush chant: no risk, no reward
US President George W. Bush today rejected European criticism of his decision to bar Iraq war opponents from $18.6 billion in US reconstruction money for Iraq and said contra ...  | Read.. 
Best anti-AIDS cocktail found
US researchers said yesterday they had established the “best” cocktail of AIDS drugs to start patients on — one that keeps the virus at bay for the longest time with the fewe ...  | Read.. 
Julia Roberts at the world premiere of her new film Mona Lisa Smile in New York. (Reuters)
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Play pours scorn on Bush, Blair
It is polling day in the US and George W. Bush has gathered together his friends and family at the ..  | Read.. 
Multan’s Romeo and Juliet tale pulls at Pak heartstrings
The story of Afsheen and Hassan reads like a modern-day Romeo and Juliet. Cousins and neighbour..  | Read.. 
EU divided on summit-eve
Poland cast grave doubt on chances of the European Union ag ...  | Read.. 

Nuke official arrest storm
A day after the foreign affairs ministry confirmed dete ...  | Read..