The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Wolfowitz in emotional plea for job
Paul Wolfowitz made an emotional appeal to stay on as World Bank president, but Germany stepped up pressure on him to resign, saying he would not be welcome at a forum the bank is holding next week in Berlin. ...  | Read.. 
Prince off Iraq duty
Prince Harry, the third in line to the British throne, will not be sent to serve in Iraq after military commanders decided it was too dangerous. ...  | Read.. 
UK frees bombing suspects
The widow of the alleged ringleader of the 2005 London bombings and two men were freed without charge after being questioned by police investigating the attacks, officials sa ...  | Read.. 
NZ passes anti-smacking bill
New Zealand effectively outlawed smacking children today by removing a statutory defence for parents. ...  | Read.. 
MySpace not to reveal offenders said today it will not comply with a request by attorneys general from eight US states to hand over the names of registered sex offenders who use the socia ...  | Read.. 
Maoists vent ire on statues
Nepalís multi-party government today stepped up security around statues of kings in Kathmandu after Maoist students went on the rampage all over the country vandalis ...  | Read.. 
After months of speculation about the state of their marriage, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Cecilia exchanged very public displays ...  | Read
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Music night
Script spat
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Reprieve for Hindu couple
Smoking dip
Gaza battle
China yes to racy Aguilera
Chinaís zealous culture guardians this week cleared Christina Aguilera to perform in Shanghai ..  | Read.. 
Lingering kiss brings Norah alive in Nights
Although there isnít an Indian film in competition at Cannes, the daughters of India are e..  | Read.. 
Harvard approves curriculum overhaul
Harvard University yesterday approved its biggest curriculu ...  | Read.. 

ĎIce hotí planet discovered
An odd planet the size of Neptune, made mostly of hot, soli ...  | Read..