The Telegraph
Thursday , May 10 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Ferrari stunt goes awry in China

Luxury cars are viewed with a special disdain in China, and a certain amount of envy, too, of course, as tangible symbols of the country’s widening gap between the rich and the not. ...   | Read..

Obama endorses same-sex marriage

President Obama today ended nearly two years of “evolving” on the issue of same-sex marriage by publicly endorsing it in a television interview, taking a definiti...   | Read..

Hairstyling pioneer Sassoon dead

Hairstylist Vidal Sassoon, who undid the beehive with his wash-and-wear cuts and went on to become an international name in hair care, died today. He was 84....   | Read..

Pak paedophile gang jailed

Nine men — eight of them Pakistani and one Afghan — were sent to prison today for between 19 and four years for raping underage white girls and passing them r...   | Read..

Russia plane with 46 missing

A Russian Sukhoi passenger plane with 46 people on board, including businessmen and Russian envoys, has gone missing during a demonstration flight over West Java in Indonesia...   | Read..

Cancer glare on infections

One in every six cancers worldwide is caused by an infection that can be prevented or treated, according to a review published in the Lancet Oncology journal. ...   | Read..
Ferrari cars parked near Nanjing’s 600-year-old city wall in China. (AFP)
Ferrari stunt goes awry in China

Double agent foiled bomb plot: US

The suicide bomber dispatched by the Yemen branch of al Qaida last month to blow up a US-bound ...   | Read..

Orangutans use iPads to communicate

The 8-year-old twins love their iPad. They draw, play games and expand their vocabulary. Their fami...   | Read..

2nd masseur in Travolta sex assault claim

A second masseur is reportedly suing John Travolta for sexual assault, claiming that the Hollywood star made an advance ...   | Read..