The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Ukraine talks hope fades
Ukraine's Opposition today pulled out of talks to try to end a confrontation over last week's disputed presidential election and vowed to use 'people power' to secure victory. ...  | Read.. 
Buddha halts strike
Nepal's Maoist rebels called off a general strike in west Nepal today to let delegates attend a global Buddhism conference near the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, a day after ...  | Read.. 
Minnie back to first love
Minnie Driver is in a fog ' mentally. The actor-singer is calling from her tour bus in England, where she's promoting her debut, Everything I've Got in My Pocket. ...  | Read.. 
Blunkett ex-lover's husband in child vow
The wronged husband in a sex scandal that threatens to bring down one of Britain's most senior cabinet ministers vowed in an interview published today to fight for custody of ...  | Read.. 
Alischa Ross, the founder of Youth Empowerment Against HIV/AIDS, models a dress made entirely of latex condoms in Melbourne on the eve of World AIDS D ...  | Read
Band Aid hits top
Free lingerie for votes
Eight-hour history in the making on runway
Working through the night to rebuild Frankfurt airport's crumbling runway, workers face not only a ..  | Read.. 
Attlee best PM: UK poll
Clement Attlee, who played a crucial role in the granting of independence to India, has emerged..  | Read.. 
Filipino floods kill 300
More than 300 people died after flash floods and landslides ...  | Read.. 

Annan 'hurt' by son
UN secretary-general Kofi Annan said yesterday he was 'disa ...  | Read.. 

Passage of law boosts Pervez powers
Pakistan passed a law today that will allow President Perve ...  | Read..