Articles By Gopi Chandra Kharel
A couple of years ago, a traffic police officer once gave a briefing to a group of students in the Karnataka state capital Bangalore. There was something he told the gathering that day which made complete sense to the students, although it was meant to be a joke: The shortest unit of 'time...
The tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan began voting Tuesday for the lower house "National Council" only for the second time, five years after the country became a Democratic Monarchy in a historic move that saw the king voluntarily stepping down from his absolute power.
An announcement by the Eurpean Laboratory for Particle Physics Wednesday brought the existence of dark matter a step closer to being proved.
North Korea has recently relocated an intermediate-range missile to its east coast, an action that prompted U.S. to deploy an advanced missile defense system to its Pacific Ocean base in Guam.
A number of controversies surrounding the Times of India Films Awards (TOIFA) scheduled for April 4 till 6 hasn't barred scores of fans from welcoming Bollywood mega stars touching down in Vancouver to participate and perform on the show.
Days after two Chinese men were killed by the H7N9 virus, four more have been infected by the lesser-known strain of the bird flu, China's Xihua has reported.
The Yongbyon nuclear site which had remained closed by a 2007 disarmament agreement will be restarted, North Korea has said in its latest threat.
A day after South Korean president pledged a strong response against the increasingly growing North Korean threats to wage a nuclear war against South and its allies, U.S. Monday positioned a warship capable of intercepting and destroying missiles closer to the North Korean coast.
H7N9 avian influenza, which was previously not known to cause infection in humans, has killed 2 men in China and has left a woman in critical condition, the Chinese health and family planning commission has confirmed.
Responding to the series of near-daily threats of North Korea to launch a nuclear war against the South and the U.S, South Korea's president Park Guen-hye Monday instructed the military to react strongly to North Korean provocations.