The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bush back with liberty on lips
Cloaked by unprecedented security, America's first wartime President in 30 years was sworn in today amidst festivities that cost at least $40 million. ...  | Read.. 
29 killed in Nepal clashes
At least 29 people, mostly soldiers, were killed in a fresh surge of violence in east Nepal, the army said today, the first major clash with Maoist rebels since a deadline to ...  | Read.. 
Mosquito easy-meat mystery cracked
Some people are unattractive to mosquitoes because they exude chemicals that act as a natural repellent, according to a study published today. ...  | Read.. 
Blair sees 'consensual' ally
George W. Bush has learned from his first term in office and will adopt a more 'consensual' foreign policy, his closest international ally, British Prime Minister Tony Blair, ...  | Read.. 
A livestock seller shows the teeth of a goat to customers at an animal market in Rawalpindi on the occasion of Id ul-Zuha. (Reuters)
Pak bulldozers roll in tribal belt
Security forces in Pakistan today demolished houses used by tribesmen to launch a bloody attack on ..  | Read.. 
Harvard chief sorry for slur on women
Harvard University president Lawrence Summers has written a lengthy apology, admitting he was wrong..  | Read..