The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Breakthrough on climate road map
Environment ministers agreed today to a road map to extend the Kyoto Protocol climate pact beyond 2012, breaking two weeks of deadlock at UN talks aimed at curbing global warming. ...  | Read.. 
Clinton steals the show
Bill Clinton is no longer US President, but judging by his sudden appearance at a UN Climate Change Conference, it is he ' not his successor George W. Bush ' who is determini ...  | Read.. 
For US, gay is fine on reel, not in real life
A gay cowboy movie won rave reviews yesterday as mainstream Hollywood embraced the tale of Marlboro men in love, but for most gay Americans the acceptance symbolised by marri ...  | Read.. 
Pak minister dressing down
A Pakistani minister has been criticised after claiming that he could not attend a parliamentary committee meeting because he had no clothes to wear. ...  | Read.. 
Nobel in hand, attack on N-arms
The world should work to make nuclear weapons as universally condemned as slavery or genocide, UN nuclear watchdog chief Mohamed ElBaradei said today after receiving the 2005 ...  | Read.. 
Students die in Nigeria plane crash
A Nigerian plane carrying 110 passengers and crew crashed and burst into flames in the oil city of Port Harcourt today killing 103 people, a Nigerian aviation official said. ...  | Read.. 
US actors Jake Gyllenhaal (left) and Heath Ledger in a scene from their new film Brokeback Mountain. (AFP)
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Schoolgirl stabbed by Japan tutor
A 12-year-old girl was stabbed to death by a tutor in a classroom in western Japan today, local pol..  | Read.. 
Iron Lady’s children at loggerheads
This is a story that may be of more than passing interest to the Ambani boys, Mukesh and Anil ' how..  | Read..