The Telegraph
Thursday , June 21 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Glare on Chaudhry over coup

Two verdicts by the Indian Supreme Court were cited by Pakistan’s apex court when it disqualified Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani following his conviction in a contempt case....   | Read..

Frenchman with Qaida ties arrested

Pakistani intelligence officials have detained a man with dual French and Algerian citizenship who is suspected of having links to an al Qaida cell that carried out the a...   | Read..

Toulouse hostage gunman nabbed

French police shot and wounded a man claiming to be a member of al Qaida today after he took four hostages in a bank in the southwestern city of Toulouse, two police sources ...   | Read..

Mother of first test tube baby dead

The British woman who gave birth to the world’s first test tube baby has died aged 64, her family said today....   | Read..

Apple to pay Samsung fine

A Dutch court ordered Apple Inc to pay damages to Samsung Electronics Co Ltd over a patent violation in the Netherlands, the latest twist in the global legal battle waged by...   | Read..

Depp, Paradis part ways

Actor Johnny Depp and French singer/actress Vanessa Paradis have agreed to separate “amicably”, a publicist for the US star said yesterday....   | Read..
Iftikhar Chaudhry
Glare on Chaudhry over coup

Arnie nest fears Google muscle

This city’s boardwalk community of Venice has long celebrated its seediness, accepting &#...   | Read..

Greece ushers in new coalition govt

Greece ushered in a new government today that will put it back at Europe’s bargaining tab...   | Read..