The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pervez mercy for death row Briton
President Pervez Musharraf has commuted the death sentence for a British man who has spent 18 years in a Pakistani jail for a murder he says he didnít commit, and officials were hopeful he would be released soon. ...  | Read.. 
Sarabjit family plea
The family of Sarabjit Singh, who is on death row at Lahoreís Kot Lakhpat jail, has sought the help of Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh in obtaining Pakistani visas ...  | Read.. 
Bangla normal
Bangladeshís seaports reopened today and traffic streamed back on highways after a 14-party political alliance temporarily lifted a transport blockade aimed at forcing t ...  | Read.. 
US: Qaida renewing operations
Al Qaida is reinvigorating its operations from havens on the Afghan-Pakistani border and poses a growing challenge to US interests in both Iraq and Afghanistan, American inte ...  | Read.. 
Pak, Russia to boost ties
Pakistan and Russia today pledged to lay the foundation of a strategic partnership in diverse areas including security and defence. ...  | Read.. 
Miss Israel Yael Nezri has been given permission not to carry her assault rifle during service in the Israeli army because she says it bruises her leg ...  | Read
Nepal peace deal delayed
The signing of the peace accord between the Seven-Party Alliance and Maoist rebels was postpone..  | Read.. 
Free market crusader dies
Milton Friedman, the Nobel Prize-winning economist who advocated an unfettered free market and had ..  | Read..