The Telegraph
Tuesday , April 16 , 2013
Since 1st March, 1999

2 killed in Boston Marathon explosions

Two bombs exploded near the finish of the Boston Marathon today, killing two persons, injuring 23 others and sending authorities rushing to aid wounded spectators, race organisers and police said....   | Read..

Threats make way for celebrations

North Korea celebrated the anniversary of its founder’s birth today and abandoned its shrill threats of war against the US and the South, easing tensions in a region th...   | Read..

Nepali sets record for longest talk show

A Nepali television host has earned the Guinness world record for the longest television talk show in a marathon discussion about the founder of Buddhism which lasted more th...   | Read..

Music soothes premature hearts

Even the Beatles would have had trouble recognising their peppy song in the lullaby that Andrea Zalkin sang to the tiny, fragile baby clutched to her chest in the neonata...   | Read..

British conductor Colin Davis dead

Colin Davis, the magisterial conductor whose career with the London Symphony Orchestra spanned over half a century and included 11 years as its principal conductor, died ...   | Read..

Scientists grow rat kidney in lab

Scientists have discovered yet another way to make a kidney — at least for a rat — that does everything a natural one does, researchers reported yesterday, a step...   | Read..
A picture taken from a video shows people running from what was described as twin explosions that shook the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday. (AP)
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Chavez’s hand-picked heir in narrow poll win

With Hugo Chavez campaigning from the grave, his handpicked heir to the “Chavista” ...   | Read..

Bond goes Solo in the next 007 novel

James Bond will cut his ties with the Secret Intelligence Service and embark on a private missi...   | Read..