The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Rushdie rage at play shutdown on Sikh protests
Salman Rushdie, the author given a death sentence by Muslim clerics for writing the novel The Satanic Verses, has expressed outrage at the British government's refusal to criticise last week's violent protests by Sikhs that led to the clo...  | Read.. 
Blunkett tests papa-positive
An official DNA test has proved that David Blunkett is the father of the two-year-old son of his former lover, Kimberly ...  | Read.. 
Common calendar shows up again
When Julius Caesar tried it, he created the 'year of confusion'. When the British government gave it a go in 1752, they ...  | Read.. 
Pray, for a long life
Those who made their annual trip to church on Christmas day will have to think again. Research shows that regular church ...  | Read.. 
Faces behind those lean, mean bodies
What's common to industrialist Anil Ambani, film stars Suniel Shetty and Sonali Bendre, and model-turned-actor Lisa Ray' They all have a personal trainer who advises them on e ...  | Read.. 
Body Watch
Q:Can you explain how a fitness freak can improve his performance and stamina' ...  | Read.. 
Nicole Kidman watches a basketball game in Los Angeles with her adopted son Conor Anthony. (AP)