The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Chandrika party set for win
Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga’s party inched closer to a general election win today, but looked short of a parliamentary majority, complicating efforts to restart peace talks with Tamil rebels. ...  | Read.. 
Uzbeks seek information on nationals held by Pak
The Uzbekistan government has formally requested Pakistan for information about its nationals arrested in a recent military operation in South Waziristan. ...  | Read.. 
Suu Kyi to be freed before May 17
Myanmar democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi will be freed from house arrest and her National League for Democracy invited to a constitutional conference next month, Myanmar’s for ...  | Read.. 
Spain trains back on track
High-speed trains to southern Spain began running again today after a bomb found on the line was defused but fears grew that Islamic extremists could strike again after the M ...  | Read.. 
Janet Jackson performs during the taping of a television show in Los Angeles. (AP)
Lost memory movies stick to the mind
The compelling Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, in which two lovers (Jim Carrey and Ka..  | Read.. 
Pre-war intelligence on Iraq flawed: Powell
US secretary of state Colin Powell acknowledged today that the “most dramatic” part of his presenta..  | Read.. 
US entry checks draw ally fire
The British travel industry warned the US yesterday its pla ...  | Read.. 

Arafat unmoved by Sharon threat
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat said today he was unmov ...  | Read..