The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Lanka to let Tigers have piece of recovery pie
Sri Lanka plans to use more than half of its $3.5 billion tsunami recovery budget to build new towns, roads and railway and give rebel-held areas a piece of the pie, documents showed today. ...  | Read.. 
Haj stone for Bush
Haj pilgrims pelted stones at symbols of the devil today, with many saying they were targeting US President George W. Bush and other world leaders seen as oppressing Muslims. ...  | Read.. 
Veterans seek Zhao honours
A group of veteran China Communist Party members has urged the leadership to assure proper funeral honours for Zhao Ziyang, purged as party chief in 1989 for sympathising wit ...  | Read.. 
Mosque raid kills 14 in Baghdad
A suicide car bomber killed 14 Shia worshippers as they left a Baghdad mosque today, stepping up a violent campaign to divide Iraq's religious communities ahead of elections ...  | Read.. 
Carmen Electra in New York to promote her new DVD Aerobic Striptease. (AFP)
Israel holds key to Einstein's legacy
The dog-droopy eyes, spray of grey hair and rumpled suits may not have set many hearts aflutter, b..  | Read.. 
Iran tops trouble list: US
Vice-president Dick Cheney said yesterday that Iran was at the top of the administration's list of ..  | Read.. 
Bush twirls through 9 balls but is home by 10
President George W. Bush capped the first night of his seco ...  | Read..