The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
War over, Oscar glamour guns ready to boom
Expect fashion and fun to be back at the Oscars on Sunday....  | Read.. 
A pirate snatches an unexpected honour
A cast of Hollywood hobbits and a Monster killer played by Charlize Theron won top honours at the Screen Actors Guild ...  | Read.. 
Britain goes sick with mourning
Britain is suffering from a severe bout of “mourning sickness”, a collective condition characterised by ostentatious, re ...  | Read.. 
Clayderman’s Bollywood debut
Richard Clayderman has jumped onto the Bollywood bandwagon. ...  | Read.. 
Auckland spat over Asian spit
The mayor of New Zealand’s largest city has chastised Asian immigrants for “filthy habits” such as spitting on sidewalks, a ...  | Read.. 
Outsourcing the aged
Doctor Ravi Kapoor’s father-in-law, Norman, got chucked out of an old folks’ home in England, when he tried to pinch a nurse’s bottom. Now the “lecherous old sod,” as Ravi pre...  | Read.. 
Coffee break: A poor taker
It was her birthday and her nephew decided to splurge and buy her an expensive sari as a gift. Apart from the fact that she was a very favourite aunt, the nephew was beholden ...  | Read.. 
Our 16-year-old daughter is a serious girl interested only in studies and housework. Recently we had to leave home for three weeks due to an illness in the family. Because...  | Read.. 
Stars of Sex in the City Cynthia Nixon (left) and Kristin Davis flank actor Al Pacino at the Screen Actors Guild Awards show. (Reuters)