The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Girl wins Islamic dress war
In a landmark judgment affecting thousands of Muslim girls in Britain, the court of appeal ruled today that a school has discriminated against a 15-year-old student by refusing to allow her to wear the 'head-to- toe' jilbab (Islamic dress) in the classroom. ...  | Read.. 
In UK, better to be beardless
It may be better to be beardless in Britain, judging by the warning issued to British Muslims by a minister in Tony Blair's government responsible for terrorism and security. ...  | Read.. 
Independent board to run BBC
The BBC will have to give up its 77-year tradition of self-governance under a British proposal fuelled by a damning inquiry last year into the public broadcaster's journalism ...  | Read.. 
Saddam judge gunned down
Gunmen in Baghdad shot and killed a judge working for the Iraqi special tribunal set up to try Saddam Hussein and his top lieutenants, interior ministry officials said today ...  | Read.. 
Australian singer and composer Delta Goodrem at a Red Cross charity ball in Sydney. (Reuters)
Smelly split
Mel island
Terror trick
Tsunami baby on US breakfast TV
'Baby 81,' the infant who became Sri Lanka's most celebrated tsunami survivor, made his debut on US..  | Read.. 
Europe against US no-abortion push
European countries are opposing a move by the US to push a UN conference into stating that women do..  | Read.. 
Hong Kong CEO quit buzz
Hong Kong's chief executive Tung Chee-hwa, whose unpopular ...  | Read..