The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
President aides resign, Hasina doubts polls
Four advisers of Bangladesh’s interim government resigned today in a surprise move likely to deepen the country’s political crisis threatening next month’s election, one of the advisers said. ...  | Read.. 
Taliban grip on north Pak tightens
Peace deals between Islamic militants and Pakistan’s government have created a virtual Taliban mini-state near Afghanistan, giving militants a “free hand” to r ...  | Read.. 
Lock away Maoist arms first: Koirala
Nepal’s Maoists will only be included in an interim government after their arms are locked in stores under UN supervision, Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala said toda ...  | Read.. 
Iran leader heckled
Dozens of Iranian students burned pictures of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and threw firecrackers in an effort to disrupt his speech at a university today, a presidential of ...  | Read.. 
Anti-government protesters in Dhaka. (AP)
President aides resign, Hasina doubts polls
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Adults rule in music charts
Just a few years ago, when teens dominated the pop charts, to be a singer of a more senior age — sa..  | Read.. 
Shoppers refusing to break junk food habit
Shoppers are continuing to pile their trolleys and baskets with unhealthy food, despite the governm..  | Read..