The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Hasina blames govt amid backlash
Protesters clashed with police and torched a passenger train, leaving dozens of people injured today, a day after a grenade attack on an Opposition Awami League rally in Dhaka killed 19 people. ...  | Read.. 
US tanks close in on Shia shrine
US helicopter gunships pounded Shia militias in the holy Iraqi city of Najaf today as tanks rumbled to within 800 metres of a holy shrine at the centre of a near three-week i ...  | Read.. 
Pak foils terror plot
Pakistan said its arrest of up to 10 al Qaida suspects had foiled a plot to kill hundreds in bomb attacks on its cities, officials and a government minister said today. ...  | Read.. 
Heckler fired
A man who heckled President George W. Bush at a political rally was fired from his job at an advertising and design company for offending a client who provided tickets to the ...  | Read.. 
Japanese children play around a gigantic snowman in Tokyo’s Ginza shopping district on Sunday. The snowman, made of 20 tonnes of snow and measuring 4 ...  | Read
Cheap cars
Bird brain
Spider hero
Smart windows promise to shut out the heat
It is the news that sweltering office workers have been waiting for. British scientists have invent..  | Read.. 
Deng soccer kick to Jiang
If you spent the summer of 1990 slumped in your armchair watching Lineker score and Gazza cry, ..  | Read.. 
Bush camp plays down poll bounce
President George W. Bush’s re-election campaign is lowering ...  | Read.. 

Bavarian beer fest faces cash crunch
The world’s biggest beer festival, as famous for its tr ...  | Read..