The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
China struggles with Cultural Revolution
Li Qingyou vividly recalls the day 40 years ago when Mao Zedong launched the Cultural Revolution that killed millions of people and ravaged China’s body, mind and soul. ...  | Read.. 
2 held over Britain murders
Police investigating the killings of a woman and her three children whose bodies were found at a house in Cheadle Hulme said today they had arrested a 40-year-old man and a 3 ...  | Read.. 
First woman space tourist
Russia’s space agency announced yesterday that US entrepreneur Anousheh Ansari will fly to the international space station next month, becoming the first woman to make a ...  | Read.. 
UK diesel car breaks record
A British diesel-powered car has broken its own land speed record, reaching 564 km per hour a day after it shattered a three-decade-old record, a team spokesman said. ...  | Read.. 
Bush to raise funds for Indian baiter
President George W. Bush has no reservations about raising money for a Republican Senator under sharp criticism for calling a rival-campaign worker of Indian descent “ma ...  | Read.. 
US firm not to harm embryo in new study
A Massachusetts company said today it had developed a way to make human embryonic stem cells without harming the original embryo, a finding it said could dispel ethical objec ...  | Read.. 
Pakistani railway workers stand next to the runaway engine in Karachi on Wednesday. (AP)
Too bold Britney
Duff drive
Hall error
Mystery man hijacks engine
Police in Pakistan have arrested a man who stole a railway locomotive, drove it for 34 km and tried..  | Read.. 
Minister keen on France smoke ban
If the health minister gets his way, the days of France’s smoke-filled restaurants, bars and c..  | Read.. 
Aziz no-trust submitted
A united Pakistan Opposition today submitted a no-confi ...  | Read.. 

Dylan slams modern recordings
Bob Dylan says the quality of modern recordings is “at ...  | Read..