The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
King’s time running out: Koirala
Nepal’s biggest Opposition leader rejected an offer by King Gyanendra today to hold national elections and unity talks to defuse a campaign against his rule, setting the stage for more pro-democracy rallies. ...  | Read.. 
Poll offer does not halt rallies
Fresh pro-democracy protests broke out in Nepal today despite King Gyanendra’s pledge to hold elections in the Himalayan kingdom, as activists said he offered nothing ne ...  | Read.. 
China’s first, world’s second face transplant
Chinese doctors have performed the country’s first face transplant, the second operation of its kind in the world, Xinhua news agency said today. ...  | Read.. 
US generals call for Rumsfeld’s ouster
A whispering campaign against Donald Rumsfeld has burst into the open with two generals who helped him plan the Iraq war denouncing his leadership and calling on him to r ...  | Read.. 
Holocaust the target again
Iran’s firebrand President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said today there was a “serious doubt” that the Jewish holocaust during World War II ever took place. ...  | Read.. 
Hotter world
According to the most optimistic predictions about global warming the world’s temperature is set to rise by 3 degrees Celsius, putting up to 400 million people at ri ...  | Read.. 
A girl joins an Easter procession in Oviedo, northern Spain. (Reuters)
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Smokers see silver lining
Relieved French smokers can muse that every cloud has a silver lining as they enjoy a cigarette at ..  | Read.. 
Record by Pak women
Bisma Naseem and Fatima Khalil of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) became Asia’s first women p..  | Read.. 
Kafka scale for red tape
France is campaigning to cut government red tape by using t ...  | Read..