The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Khaleda thunders, Hasina halts strike
At least one person was killed and over 100 wounded in fresh political violence in Bangladesh today as the outgoing Prime Minister said she would deal sternly with the Opposition if it continued demands for reforms. ...  | Read.. 
Pak attack on madarsa kills 80
Pakistani army helicopters today killed 80 suspected militants in a dawn attack on a madarsa in the Bajaur region of the North West Frontier Province (NWFP). ...  | Read.. 
New Nepal poll chief named
Nepal’s multi-party government appointed a retired bureaucrat as chief election commissioner today, a first step towards holding elections for a special Assembly to deci ...  | Read.. 
Rape row cleric ill
Australia’s top Muslim cleric, under a cloud after comparing unveiled women to “uncovered meat”, was hospitalised today as the country’s Prime Minister wa ...  | Read.. 
Woman caught in Marseille riot
France sent riot police reinforcements yesterday to the southern city of Marseille where young vandals torched a bus during the night, leaving a woman severely burned and fig ...  | Read.. 
British stars Hugh Jackman and Kate Winslet at the world premiere of Flushed Away in New York on Sunday. (AP)
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Vulgar dance irks Thai queen
Sexy dancing and Buddhism don’t mix, or so says Thailand’s Queen Sirikit, who issued a co..  | Read.. 
UN: Emissions by rich nations at highest level
Greenhouse gas emissions by industrialised nations rose in 2004 to the highest levels since the ear..  | Read..