The Telegraph
Saturday , June 2 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

China official arrested for US spying

A Chinese state security official has been arrested on suspicion of spying for the US, sources said, a case both countries have kept quiet for several months as they strive to prevent a fresh crisis in relations.       ...   | Read..

Too busy for Facebook, admits Suu Kyi

Myanmar Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi is bullish on democratic reform, but she’s not so sure about Facebook....   | Read..

We may have two more kids, says Becks

David Beckham has hinted that he may soon be adding to his family saying he may have “one or two more” children if it does not scare his wife Victoria....   | Read..

Chocolates can avert strokes, says study

A scientific study likely to stir the souls of chocoholics has suggested that eating dark chocolate every day for 10 years could reduce the likelihood of heart attacks and st...   | Read..

Shanghai seeks ban on smoking

More than 80 per cent of Shanghai residents want smoking banned in restaurants and entertainment areas, a survey showed, reflecting a growing awareness of health issues in Ch...   | Read..

Poppy hope for cancer

Scientists have unravelled exactly how opium poppies produce a non-addictive compound that can both suppress coughs and kill tumour cells, paving the way for improved product...   | Read..
A racegoer poses in a Diamond Jubilee hat on the first day of the Epsom Derby horse racing event in Surrey, southern England, on Friday. Queen Elizab ...  | Read

Prosecutors target Gupta’s Galleon ties

Among the government’s hurdles in its insider trading case against Rajat K. Gupta is prov...   | Read..

Apology rejected as Ravi starts jail

The Indian-born former Rutgers University student convicted of using a webcam to spy on his gay roo...   | Read..