The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bullets fly, heat on king
Nepali troops opened fire on protesters today, wounding several, after they burned tyres, chanted slogans and clashed with police in defiance of a curfew in the sixth day of mass protests against the king. ...  | Read.. 
Moon probe
Nasa plans to send a two-tonne probe crashing into a crater on the moon in hopes of discovering if it harbours water that could be used for manned missions, the US space agen ...  | Read.. 
Prodi polls
Centre-Left leader Romano Prodi claimed victory in Italyís election today but his tiny margin raised fears of political paralysis and Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi ...  | Read.. 
Man wins $9-m Vioxx damages
A jury today awarded $9 million in punitive damages to a New Jersey man who blamed Merck & Co. Incís Vioxx for his heart attack, but the company vowed to continue fi ...  | Read.. 
Karachi blast kills 55
A bomb targeting Sunnis killed at least 55 people and wounded dozens in Karachi today as they gathered to celebrate the anniversary of Prophet Mohammadís birth, official ...  | Read.. 
Caring keys: Grammy award-winning singer Alicia Keys outside a health centre in Namwongo on the outskirts of Kampala, Uganda, on Tuesday. (Reuters)
Madonna marriage
Lanka sailors
Suspected Sri Lankan Tamil rebels killed 11 people in an attack on a naval bus today, officials sai..  | Read.. 
Phantom of Corleone nabbed after 40 yrs
Bernardo Provenzano, the undisputed chief of the Sicilian Mafia who had been on the run for more th..  | Read..