The Telegraph
Saturday , August 4 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Pak SC strikes down contempt law

Pakistan’s Supreme Court today struck down a recently passed law to protect the Prime Minister from being charged with contempt of court and ousted from office, like his predecessor, for refusing to re-open an old corruption case against the president....   | Read..

Parents get life for killing ‘too westernised’ Shafilea

A Pakistani couple, Iftikhar Ahmed, 52, and his wife Farzana, 49, were given life sentences today for murdering their 17-year-old daughter Shafilea who they felt had become ...   | Read..

Pak strikes down contempt law

Pakistan's Supreme Court on Friday struck down a newly approved parliamentary legislation aimed to save Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf from disqualification, in a...   | Read..

Putin’s judo pride

Who should drop in to see David Cameron at 10, Downing Street, yesterday but Vladimir Putin? Playing the perfect host, Cameron set off with the sporty Russian President ...   | Read..

Annan role end boosts India at UN

With UN peace envoy Kofi Annan walking out of his mission yesterday, hopes of a diplomatic resolution to the conflict in Syria may have been dashed, but the unfortunate t...   | Read..

Business hit in Ghost Town London

After a week of unusually quiet streets, idling cabs and easily navigated shops, fears of the Gridlock Games have transformed into complaints about the Ghost Town Olympics....   | Read..
Pak SC strikes down contempt law

Rocker’s chocolate record

In the late 1970s, Marinko Biskic was the first punk rocker in this picturesque Adriatic city....   | Read..

Man ‘only decade’ from Mars landing

Mankind could only be a decade away from walking on Mars, a Nasa scientist has said, as the US ...   | Read..

Gays march in Nepal town for recognition

Gays, lesbians, transgender people and their supporters marched in a Nepali town today to demand recognition as a third gend...   | Read..