The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Delhi dams role of Australian expert
India put its foot down on the choice of World Bank’s “neutral expert” on the Baglihar dam dispute with Pakistan and prevented a second water dispute from being referred for third party mediation, it is learnt. ...  | Read.. 
Bombings spark carnage in Iraq
Four suicide bombs killed at least 71 people in Iraq today, the latest attacks in an escalating campaign of guerrilla violence that has killed nearly 400 Iraqis since a new g ...  | Read.. 
Korea raises nuclear stakes
North Korea sharply raised the stakes in its nuclear standoff with regional powers today, announcing it had finished extracting nuclear fuel rods at its Yongbyon plant and ta ...  | Read.. 
Afghan Quran riots
Afghan police opened fire on protesters today killing four and wounding dozens after violent demonstrations over a report that US interrogators had desecrated the Quran. ...  | Read.. 
Lord Richard Attenborough with an unidentified woman at St Paul's Cathedral in London during a remembrance service for the victims of the Asian tsunam ...  | Read
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Foes turn friends in changing Pak
Against the backdrop of emerging political realignments in Pakistan, yesterday’s foes may ..  | Read.. 
Culkin roots for Jackson
Home Alone actor Macaulay Culkin took the witness stand in defence of Michael Jackson today ..  | Read.. 
Grenade found near Bush, say officials
Georgian security officials discovered a grenade close to ...  | Read.. 

While UN is renovated, welcome to Brooklyn
United Nations delegates, welcome to ... Brooklyn' ...  | Read.. 

Putin orders investment curbs
President Vladimir Putin ordered Russia’s government t ...  | Read..