The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
India only ‘notes’ Pak suspension
The Manmohan Singh government may have avoided high-profile diplomatic initiatives with Pakistan on the lines of Vajpayee’s famous bus journey to Lahore or his hosting of the Agra summit, but the quiet shift towards a “pragmatic” engagement with President Pervez Musharraf was evi ...  | Read.. 
Aides: Sharif set for return
Exiled former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, the man President Pervez Musharraf deposed, is set to return to Pakistan within days, aides said today after a deal to end his exil ...  | Read.. 
Court boost for Pervez
A pliant supreme court today paved the way for President Musharraf to be sworn in for a second term by asking the Election Commission to notify his victory in last month’ ...  | Read.. 
Passengers saved from sinking ship
More than 150 passengers and crew escaped unhurt after their cruise ship hit ice in the Antarctic and started sinking today, the ship’s owner and coast guard officials s ...  | Read.. 
Malaysia cracks down on Indians before rally
Malaysian police swooped today on organisers of a planned protest by minority ethnic Indians, arresting them for sedition and warning of racial strife if the rally went ahead ...  | Read.. 
English actress Sienna Miller in Mexico City to promote her new line of jeans. (AP)
Movie role prize on offer for Potter fans
Harry Potter fans have the chance to win a magical Christmas present — a walk-on role in the next f..  | Read.. 
Love letter loss
Our affair with the love letter is coming to an end. Fewer than one in five Britons received a ..  | Read..