The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Boston ad stunt sparks chaos
A television network’s marketing campaign went badly awry yesterday, causing a day-long security scare in Boston that closed bridges, shut major roads and put hundreds of police on alert. ...  | Read.. 
US opposes anti-Pak bill
The US administration is opposed to several provisions of a bill, recently approved by the House of Representatives, that would stop military aid to Pakistan if it failed to ...  | Read.. 
Maoist backing
As the Terai region in southern Nepal continued to be rocked by violent clashes, the Maoists today decided to join ranks with the Madhesis, saying their demands were legi ...  | Read.. 
Mai irked by rising violence
A Pakistani rape victim who became a prominent women’s rights campaigner said today violence against women was increasing in Pakistan because authorities were not seriou ...  | Read.. 
California lights out
A California lawmaker wants the state to be the first to ban ...  | Read.. 
Floppies forsaken
PC World, Britain’s largest chain of computer superstores, has decided it will not be selling floppy disks once its stash is gone. The store said yesterday, the disks do ...  | Read.. 
A woman smokes in front of a hospital in Strasbourg, France, on Thursday. French smokers grumbled a little but finally shrugged their shoulders and ...  | Read
Pudding honour
Police gig
Putin pledge to voters
US warning
Potter book
Police question Blair
Tony Blair has been questioned by police for a second time in the cash-for-honours inquiry, Dow..  | Read.. 
Annette funds plea to Arnie
Actress Annette Bening hopes governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s new bipartisan approach will res..  | Read.. 
Founder of Dell returns to lead firm
Dell Inc, attered by battery recalls and disappointing earn ...  | Read..